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Education in Great Britain. The University of Nottingham

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Education in Great Britain. The University of Nottingham

The University of Nottingham is a research university based in Nottingham, England, UK.

The University of Nottingham, described by The Sunday Times University Guide 2011 as ‘the embodiment of the modern international university’, has award-winning campuses in the United Kingdom, China and Malaysia.


Nottingham is organised into five faculties and offers about 50 subjects, including a wide range of sciences and humanities. It is one of the largest universities in the UK.

The University of Nottingham is one of the best universities in Great Britain, it was established in 1881. Such famous people as Einstein, Mahatma Gandhi gave lectures there. It has a reputation as "the British city of science.


The University of Nottingham's position as a world-class University is confirmed by its ranking in the global league tables.


It is ranked in the UK top 10, the European top 30 and in the top 1 per cent of all universities worldwide. It has its branches in Malaysia and China. The University is ranked in the World's Top 75 universities by the Shanghai Jiao Tong (SJTU) and the QS World University Rankings. According to a new study by High Fliers Research, Nottingham is the second most targeted university by the UK's top investment banks, law firms and consultancies.


Developing and managing the University's environment is at the heart of the values of the university, ensuring that the student experience and environmental sustainability remain firmly on the University's agenda.


Why choose The University of Nottingham?


It is one of the largest universities in the UK

Providing students with a first class education

High qualified specialists
The individual attention to each student
International Certificate
The unique method of teaching
Convenient and safe location

The opportunity to work towards higher education and a successful career

There are strong academic standards

Students are encouraged to have high expectations for their achievement and career prospects


They have the following specialities:


Civil Engineering Engineering Surveying and Space Geodesy Engineering Surveying and Space Geodesy History Philosophy
Archaeology Classics English Language Education Law Physics and Astronomy
Art History Clinical Sciences English Studies Learning Sciences Research Politics and International Relations
Biology Community Health Sciences Environment Mathematical Sciences Psychology
Biomedical Sciences Computer Science Film and Television Studies Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering Russian and Slavonic Studies
Biosciences Contemporary Chinese Studies French Studies Modern Languages and Cultures Science and Society
Built Environment Cultural Studies Genetics Molecular Medical Sciences Sociology and Social Policy
Business Economics Geography Music Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies
Chemical and Environmental Engineering Education German Studies Nursing, Midwifery and Physiotherapy Theology and Religious Studies
Chemistry Electrical and Electronic Engineering Graduate Entry Medicine and Health    

Course flexibility

• The University offers more than 350 UK-based undergraduate degrees.
• Apart from Medicine, all courses are modular – meaning students can tailor their learning to their own interests.
• More than 950 Nottingham students are currently studying or working abroad. The University has over 320 partner institutions in more than 44 countries.


The cost of programs for 2012:



English courses for academic studies

£1,300 per month

English courses + speciality studies

(for ex., Archaeology and English Language)


University preparation – Foundation

Foundation Certificate in Business


Foundation Certificate in Arts and Social Sciences


Bachelor/Master Degree

Biology and biomedical, chemical studies, Psycology

£15,720 per year

Architecture and built environment

£15,720 per year


 £11,990 - £14,340 per year

Computer Science and IT, Electronical Engineering

£14,950 - £15,720 per year

Economics, History,

£11,990 per year

Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering

 £10,880 - £14,260 per year






Politics and International Relations


Pharmaceutics, physics, astronomy


Sociology and Social Policy



The University has produced a range of distinguished alumni including D.H. Lawrence, English Premier League CEO Richard Scudamore (Law), J D Wetherspoon founder Tim Martin (Law), Sir Peter Mansfield, GlaxoSmithKline CEO Sir Andrew Witty (Economics), Michael Carpenter (Former CEO Citigroup’s Global Corporate & Investment Bank), and is associated with three Nobel Prize winners and several Olympic medal winners.

The University had campuses around the world; in its founding site of Nottingham as well as recently built sites in Semenyih, Malaysia and Ningbo, China. It is a member of the Russell Group of research-led British universities and the Universitas 21.


The university is proud of its award-winning campuses, both at home and abroad, and continually invest in the University's grounds, buildings and facilities.

Nottingham's accommodation provides more than 6,000 rooms, owned by the university or provided by external developers, all close to the campuses and ranging from modern self-catering flats to traditional catered halls of residence. Catered halls of residence provide a more "home from home" service. Fifteen halls, housing about 4,000 students across the University Park, Jubilee, and Sutton Bonington campuses, are owned and managed by Nottingham.



Three meals a day are provided as part of the accommodation fee with a varied menu catering for various dietary requirements. Nottingham's accommodation features rooms on each campus that are accessible to students with disabilities, including larger rooms for extra storage or work space, adapted bathrooms and facilities for those with hearing impairments.

Most first year undergraduates live in University-owned halls on University Park. There are also other halls on Jubilee Campus and Sutton Bonington Campus, as well as several third-party student housing developments close to the university campuses.


Student mix

• Student population of around 25,000 undergraduate students from more than 150 countries at the campuses in the UK, China and Malaysia.
• Undergraduate gender ratio: 51% female, 49% male.


Student facilities, including library and computing

• Eight libraries (on our UK campuses) provide access to over 1.3 million printed volumes and journals, 18,000 ejournals, 70,000 ebooks, manuscripts and special collections. There is also a short-loan collection of books most in demand.
• Several of the libraries have been refurbished with group work spaces, study rooms, silent study zones, PCs, laptops, plasma screens and a cafe with sofas in Hallward Library.
• Libraries are open 24 hours a day at exam time.
• PCs provided at locations throughout university; students also able to use personal equipment such as laptops, increasingly via wireless technology installed across campuses. All workstations have access to the library and internet and all student rooms have IT access. There is also a laptop loan scheme.
• There is IT access from all student rooms.
• IT support is available via helplines, email, advisory desks and school IT reps; there is an induction to library and information services on a school/department basis for new students.
• Student Services Centres provide a wide range of academic and pastoral help and advice on everything from personal difficulties and childcare to issues around health, disability and financial support. There is a Student Services Centre on every student campus.
• The Language Centre is open to all students and offers the opportunity to learn 12 languages, including British Sign Language, at different levels.
• There is also a University arts centre offering theatre, exhibitions, dance, classic and chamber music concerts, comedy, literary events and other events – currently on show are some of Lowry’s painting and drawings.
• The arts centre also includes a museum with objects from the Palaeolithic to the post-medieval. Past exhibitions have included LS Lowry’s paintings and drawings, and 'Saturday Night, Sunday Morning' – a photography collection inspired by Nottingham’s own Alan Sillitoe.



• Approximately 8,000 rooms available in self-catering residences and catered halls, conveniently located on or close to the campuses.
• New students starting undergraduate courses are guaranteed a room in university-arranged accommodation for a year (three years for international students), providing they firmly accept their place and return their application by the deadline.
• Rooms on each campus for students with disabilities, including larger rooms, adapted bathrooms and facilities for those with hearing impairments.


The University of Nottingham Tuition Fees

The tuition fees for full-time UK and other EU students beginning their undergraduate studies at English universities in 2012 was announced.

The average fee across all universities was £8,393 as compared to that for 2011 entry of £3,375.

To offset this increase in fee levels, there was additional financial support for students from lower income families and other groups not well represented in higher education. This will be in the form of fee waivers, grants, bursaries and scholarships, and accommodation discounts. It is a comprehensive package of income and expenditure but most of the media coverage has concentrated on the cost and not enough on the benefits and help.

Students residents in Wales received a non-repayable Fee Grant equal to the fee amount above £3,465, no matter where in the UK they studied.


Minimum fee £9000 Average fee £9000

Maximum fee £9000 Average cost to student* £8053

* The estimated average cost per student after allowing for financial support (eg. fee waivers and bursaries) from the institution.

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