We believe that at the University of Northampton, we offer a unique combination of factors that make us a choice that is hard to beat when it comes to deciding where to study for your UK degree.
To ensure that applicants have enough time to complete all necessary steps to join us in September, applications to all programmes starting in September 2021 are now closed for international students. A number of our most popular courses are also available to start in January and May, most with placement option available.
There is also a limited number of courses where students can start online in September and join us later in the year.
Our employability support includes a wide range of programmes with free study trips and work placement options.
We offer great value for money as a University, by charging the same fee, irrespective of subject*; an attractive International Scholarship scheme and affordable accommodation, and Northampton itself offers outstanding value despite being just one hour from London.
There are so many reasons to choose UON for your studies. Take a more detailed look at our range of benefits for international students.
* Physiotherapy, MBA, Podiatry, OT, and Nursing excepted
International Student Services
Our dedicated International Student Support team is here to help continuing students, current students, and new international students with all aspects of life at UON including Visa and Immmigration matters.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I apply?
We have detailed guidance to help you through the application process.
Do you accept my qualifications?
We accept equivalent qualifications from all over the world. You will find country specific guidance on UON in Your Country page.
We would also like to hear from you if you have professional or industry experience, a range of other non-traditional educational or career qualifications or self-developed subject knowledge that relates to the programme you wish to study. Some courses will require specific qualifications.
Please contact the International Office if you have any questions.
What are the English Language requirements?
All International and EU students applying for a course with us must meet minimum English Language requirements. The English Language requirement depends upon the level of study, the course and your existing qualifications.
For guidance, see our English Language requirements page
When do I get a CAS letter?
Once you inform the International Admissions Office that you have accepted your unconditional offer and paid the minimum deposit of £5,000 we can ask our International Student Support Services team to apply for your CAS letter.
Your CAS letter will be sent to you electronically (by email).
To avoid any delay we advise that you submit your application as soon as you can, update us with any changes to your contact details and respond to all requests for additional information from our teams promptly.
How can I visit the campus?
We hold regular Open Days to give you the opportunity to find out everything you need to know about studying with us.
You can also register for a Campus Tour.
If you cannot visit us in person, take our virtual tour.
We would like to meet you face to face in your country too. See our UON in Your Country page to find out when we will be visiting your country.
How can I get a scholarship?
Scholarships are available to our International students to help meet the costs of tuition fees.
Explore your options on the International Scholarships page.
What are the International tuition fees?
The cost of your fees will depend on the course you are studying and length of study. You can read more information on our International tuition fees page.
Your tuition fee will be included in your conditional offer letter.
How do I pay tuition fees?
There are a few options which are outlined in your unconditional offer letter.
Further details on payment methods can be found on our International Fees page
How do I pay my deposit?
You will need to pay a minimum deposit of £5,000 before a CAS letter can be issued to you. Detailed instructions on how to pay the deposit, including Payment Methods, will be provided in your unconditional offer letter. This will include guidance on completing an Acceptance and Financial Guarantee Form online.
What is a short study programme?
Study at a UK university with the highest ranking for teaching quality, for one term or one academic year as part of our Study Abroad programme. Courses are available in a wide range of subject disciplines.
Find out more about our International Short Study Programmes.
What support is available?
We offer an extensive support throughout your studies. We have a range of support and services available to help ensure that your time at the University is as enjoyable and rewarding as possible. Our services offer support in many areas including academic, mental and physical health, disabilities, and general student support.
Visit our Support Hub to find out more.
How do I apply for accommodation?
Our Accommodation page has information on how to apply, accommodation fees and what accommodation is available.
You can apply for accommodation after you have accepted our offer and paid your deposit. Further details are included in your unconditional offer letter.
What employability support is there?
From the Northampton Employment Promise, to our Work-Placed Learning Placements and UniTemps support, we want to support your employability.
Visit our Work and Employability page to find out more.
How can I get my University transcript/certificate?
Please contact the Certificates and Transcript Team for information on requesting documents, copies or verifications of certificates and transcripts.