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    Anybody else still waiting for an offer for mechanical engineering? I applied back in November and still nothing.
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    (Original post by Calum_96)
    Anybody else still waiting for an offer for mechanical engineering? I applied back in November and still nothing.

    Well I've got an offer for the Engineering foundation year built in with mech eng etc
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    How do I apply for the Ningbo campus? I have an offer from Nottingham buy I can't find a lot on the website 😔


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    (Original post by Keith.)
    How do I apply for the Ningbo campus? I have an offer from Nottingham buy I can't find a lot on the website 😔


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    Do you mean apply to study your full degree at Ningbo or just a year or semester?
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    (Original post by EMassey)
    Do you mean apply to study your full degree at Ningbo or just a year or semester?
    My full degree. I'm doing a languages course though so my third year would be spent abroad anyway.
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    (Original post by Keith.)
    My full degree. I'm doing a languages course though so my third year would be spent abroad anyway.
    It will very much depend on the degree you wish to pursue. This is a list of the degrees they offer in full at Ningbo: http://www.nottingham.edu.cn/en/admi...g/courses.aspx

    This is the Ningbo campus's website: http://www.nottingham.edu.cn/en/index.aspx

    And this is how to apply to Ningbo should you wish to: http://www.nottingham.edu.cn/en/admi...-to-apply.aspx
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    (Original post by EMassey)
    It will very much depend on the degree you wish to pursue. This is a list of the degrees they offer in full at Ningbo: http://www.nottingham.edu.cn/en/admi...g/courses.aspx

    This is the Ningbo campus's website: http://www.nottingham.edu.cn/en/index.aspx

    And this is how to apply to Ningbo should you wish to: http://www.nottingham.edu.cn/en/admi...-to-apply.aspx
    thanks so much!
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    How does the funding work when you study abroad? Do you still get the same loan etc or what else do you have to pay for?


    Id also assume living in China would be cheaper?
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    (Original post by AR_95)
    How does the funding work when you study abroad? Do you still get the same loan etc or what else do you have to pay for?


    Id also assume living in China would be cheaper?
    Do you mean for one year/as part of your degree or for your whole degree?

    I'm not sure but I don't think you can use the funding you get here to do a degree abroad (save for some European unis). Most people would have to self-fund or get some form of scholarship from the school (or another funding body).

    For time abroad that is part of your degree, the tuition drops down to under £2000; you are also fully entitled to the maintenance loan/grant and tuition fee loan.

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    Do you mean for one year/as part of your degree or for your whole degree?

    I'm not sure but I don't think you can use the funding you get here to do a degree abroad (save for some European unis). Most people would have to self-fund or get some form of scholarship from the school (or another funding body).

    For time abroad that is part of your degree, the tuition drops down to under £2000; you are also fully entitled to the maintenance loan/grant and tuition fee loan.

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    Yeah I meant just for a year or two etc not the whole course.

    Tuition fee is only 2000?
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    (Original post by AR_95)
    How does the funding work when you study abroad? Do you still get the same loan etc or what else do you have to pay for?

    Id also assume living in China would be cheaper?
    Unfortunately it wouldn't be the same loan system because it's in a different country. It would cost 80,000 RMB a year in China (just over £8000 a year) for tuition. There are a few scholarships too.

    The cheapest accommodation for the year costs only £600 and goes up to £1200, none of which include water, heating and internet costs or food.
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    (Original post by AR_95)
    Yeah I meant just for a year or two etc not the whole course.

    Tuition fee is only 2000?
    It's actually £1300.

    Check this out:
    http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/currents...d-finance.aspx

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    (Original post by AR_95)
    Yeah I meant just for a year or two etc not the whole course.

    Tuition fee is only 2000?
    Oops sorry yeah, studying abroad always tends to work out cheaper unless you go somewhere like the US.

    This is a list of factsheets about the costs at different universities and the different costs involved: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/currents...ets/index.aspx
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    (Original post by AR_95)
    Well I've got an offer for the Engineering foundation year built in with mech eng etc
    You thinking of taking it? I've got an offer for the meng mechanical engineering course. It's going to be my insurance
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    (Original post by Devran22)
    You thinking of taking it? I've got an offer for the meng mechanical engineering course. It's going to be my insurance

    It's my firm

    (Original post by EMassey)
    Unfortunately it wouldn't be the same loan system because it's in a different country. It would cost 80,000 RMB a year in China (just over £8000 a year) for tuition. There are a few scholarships too.

    The cheapest accommodation for the year costs only £600 and goes up to £1200, none of which include water, heating and internet costs or food.

    Thanks
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    Hi guys I've gotten an offer from Nottingham to study Sociology and Criminology, I applied with 33 IB points.

    So I'm wondering which accommodation is the best since I don't know what any of the halls even mean 'Florence boot hall' and stuff. I don't live in the uk either. If anyone has been there could they advise me which halls to live in? I'm thinking about either self catered or catered accommodation. Thanks. Inbox me xx


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    The new sports centre seems to be happening now :-)


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    About time


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    (Original post by Theriverboatsong)
    In which subjects? Durham is really good at University College (Castle), but the other colleges aren't anything special to see. Stockton campus is a no-no.
    I have offers for music and I took music english and psychology for A-level. I have been allocated University College


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    Guys, which university should I insure for Business Management - Nottingham or Manchester?


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