We currently have a large community of EU students on campus, so if you choose to join them, you are sure to feel at home with us.
These are all the things you will need to know in order to make an application and start your studies.
In order to study with us, you will have to have passed your high school qualification at the point that you join the University. However, you can apply during your final year and we can make conditional offers based on predicted grades.
We will also need to see proof of your English language ability. For more information, please see our English language requirements.
To check what qualifications and grades you need in order to be eligible for entry onto your chosen course, please contact the International
Some courses have additional requirements or tasks. Please check individual course information for more details.
You will need a bachelor’s degree equivalent of 2:2 or above. Most of our courses require previous study in a field relevant to your chosen master’s degree subject but we also have several options where this is not necessary. Please check individual course information for more details.
We will also need to see proof your English language ability. For more information please see our English language requirements. If your undergraduate study was taught in English or obtained from an English-speaking country you may not need to take an additional English test but you will need to provide evidence of this.
If you are applying for PhD study, we advise you to submit your research proposal to enquire whether we can support your chosen area of specialism.
On 21 April 2017 the UK Government announced that European Union students applying for university places in the 2018 to 2019 academic year will remain eligible for financial support, and have access to student loans and grants, even if the course concludes after the UK’s exit from the EU in 2019.
EU students are eligible for home fee status, which means they are charged the same tuition fees as UK students. EU nationals will also remain eligible to apply for Research Council PhD studentships at the University for 2018 to 2019 to help cover costs for the duration of their study.
We have 50 scholarships based on academic merit available for EU students applying for undergraduate study. Contact the International Office to find out what you need to achieve in your high school diploma in order to qualify. Find out more about the EU undergraduate scholarship.
How to apply
There are two main ways to apply for a course with us. You can apply online through UCAS or through an in-country representative.
To complete your application through UCAS you will need the code for the University of Northampton, which is N38.
Alternatively, we work with representatives in a number of countries who are familiar with our courses and can help you with your application process. Please check this list to find a representative in your country.
Finding a part-time job
We have a recruitment agency on campus called Unitemps who can help you find part-time work during your studies, as well as help you find placements and graduate job opportunities.