International Office Contact
We may have answered your question in our Frequently Asked Questions section below.
Phone: +44 1604 892134 / 892546
Phone: +44 1604 892477 / 892005 / 892451
Agent Representative Enquiries:
International Office hours (GMT):
Mon – Thu: 9am – 5pm
Fri: 9am – 4.30pm
International Office postal address:
University of Northampton
St Georges Avenue
WeChat Official Account: UON_UK
+92 302 8208566
+6017 – 3485012
LINE ID: northampton.th
How do I apply?
This depends on whether you are applying from inside or outside the European Union.
We have detailed guidance to help you through the application process;
How can I get a scholarship?
Scholarships are available to our International students to help meet the costs of tuition fees.
You can read about these, and how to apply, on our Scholarships’ page.
What are the International tuition fees?
Our ‘International fees’ page contains information of tuition fees.
Your tuition fee will be included in your unconditional offer letter.
How do I pay tuition fees?
There are various methods to pay your fees. These are outlined in your unconditional offer letter.
Further details on payment methods can be found on our ‘International Fees’ page
Do you accept my qualifications?
We accept equivalent qualifications from all over the world. You will find country specific guidance on ‘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
How can I visit the campus?
Yes! We hold regular open days to give you the opportunity to find out everything you need to know about studying with us. See our Open Days page for information.
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 ‘Your Country’ page to find out when we will be visiting your country.
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 offer letter.
How do I pay my deposit?
You will find detailed instructions on how to pay your deposit in your offer letter;
- Complete the Acceptance & Financial Guarantee Form on-line
- Pay a minimum deposit of £5,000 before a CAS can be issued. Information on how to pay your deposit is available on the ‘Payments Method’ page too
When do I get a CAS letter?
You will receive your CAS (Confirmation of Acceptance of Studies) letter once you have met all of your offer conditions and accepted your unconditional offer.
Your CAS is sent to you electronically (by email).
To avoid any delay to receiving your CAS letter we advise that you apply as soon as you can and respond to all requests for additional information promptly.
How can I get my university transcript/certificate?
Please contact the Certificates & Transcript Team for information on requesting documents, copies or verifications of certificates and transcripts.
Our brand new £330 million campus.
- Designed to adapt to 21st century teaching.
- Full range of integrated learning environments.
- 24/7 library and learning zone.
- Low environmental impact.