At Northumbria University we recognise a number of international qualifications held by Thai students applying for our programmes.
Please see the details below for the current qualifications and the equivalencies we accept.
|For entry to
||You will need
||2.5 GPA for courses which require a UK 2:2 equivalent
3.0 GPA for courses which require a UK 2:1 equivalent
Full entry requirements, by country can be seen here.
Depending on which programme you choose to study at the Northumbria University London Campus and your previous qualifications, you may be eligible for a country bursary and/or scholarship.
All of our scholarships and bursaries are automatically applied when we process your application and one of our team will be able to confirm your eligibility.
||£2,500 if no country bursary applies
|2nd Class Upper (2:1)
||£2,000 if no country bursary applies
For further information or to get into contact with our finance team please view our scholarships and bursaries page
The following items of documentation are required to apply to the Northumbria University London Campus:
- Copy of your passport (expiration date 6 months from start of chosen course)
- A personal statement. A maximum of 250 words detailing why you have selected your particular course, why you have chosen to study in the UK and your future career aspirations.
- Academic certificates and transcripts
- Any previous UK Visas (if you have studied or worked in the UK before)
- A completed Application form
*All documents must be provided in English or official translations
Your regional team is able to help answer any questions you might have about our London programmes, studying with us, the application process and much more.
If you would like to speak with our in-country officer, please use the details below:
Tel: (+66) 2044 6430
Thailand Office, 283/46 Unit 1001-1,
10th Floor, Home Place Building,
Sukhumvit 55 (Thonglor 13),
Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Our London Campus is located in central London and provides a friendly and supportive learning environment.
London is an exceptionally diverse city, where there is always something to do or a new place to visit. Our London Campus has it’s own Students’ Union who regularly organise events for students to take part in, and each London Campus student also has a membership to International Students’ House (ISH). ISH is located near Regents Park and also holds regular social evenings and organises group trips.
Student T4 Visa
Firstly, please ensure you allow yourself enough time to process and prepare all supporting documents for your student visa. Information on your documentation, credibility interview, application costs and processing times can be found at the at the official gov.uk website.
As an international student you have many different options on choosing where to stay while studying in London. View our student accommodation page for further information.
- Rent: £450-£550 per month
- Food: £120 per month
- Social life: £140 per month
- Travel: £50 per month
- Phone: £50 per month
- Books and equipment: £25 per month
The above costs are a rough indication and will vary for each individual. For further information we recommend visiting studylondon.ac.uk .
Transport for London provide student oyster cards for those studying in London, available to use in the London Underground, London Overground and bus services at a discounted rate. We’d also advise getting a 16-25 railcard, if eligible, that you will find useful when travelling around the UK.