At The University of Nottingham we are committed to providing a truly international education, inspiring our students, producing world-leading research and benefitting the communities around our campuses in the UK, China and Malaysia. Our purpose is to improve life for individuals and societies worldwide. By bold innovation and excellence in all that we do, we make both knowledge and discoveries matter.
The University of Nottingham offers more than 350 UK-based undergraduate degrees, most of which also students to tailor their learning tot heir own interests. 27 of our subject areas are included in the UK's top 10 ranking and 14 are within the top 5 programs in the UK. Nottingham ranks first in the areas of Agriculture, Veterinary and Food Sciences, American Studies and Anglophone Area Studies, Iberian and Latin American Languages, and Pharmacy.
The University of Nottingham is a research-led university and recruits top students and staff from around the world. More than 90% of our research was found to be of an international standard and almost 60% to be 'world leading' or 'internationally excellent'.
With over 950 students currently studying or working abroad and over 320 partner institutions in more than 44 countries, The University of Nottingham offers an international perspective and numerous opportunities for graduates.
As an International student, there are a number of ways to visit our campuses or meet with our staff to discuss studying at The University of Nottingham. To find out more about these opoprtunities, please visit us online at http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/ugstudy/visitingus/internationalvisits/internationalvisits.aspx.
Our campus tours and open days are an excellent way to view the campus and find out more about the University.
The Athletic Union currently runs 76 sports clubs for students to participate in, whatever their interest or ability. These include sports as diverse as badminton, dodge ball, cheerleading, caving, snow sports, Ultimate Frisbee, martial arts, water sports, men and women's football, rugby and hockey, croquet, cycling and much more.
They also hold a number of events throughout the year. Take a look at the University's sports facilities by clicking here. For further information on sports at The University click here.
The University of Nottingham currently has nearly 200 societies for students to get involved in covering a broad range of subjects and interests, ranging from:
- Course and career
- Current and world affairs
- Hobbies and interests
- Religious and cultural
Further information on societies and be found here.