Why choose The University of Nottingham?
The University of Nottingham has been delivering expert teaching since its foundation in 1881. It is a member of the elite Russell Group of top UK universities, and is ranked top 10 in the country for research power (Research Excellence Framework 2014). The University has attracted many notable lecturers over time, including Albert Einstein, Mahatma Gandhi and H.G. Wells, and is currently ranked among the world’s top 75.
The University’s impressive and picturesque main campus has been continuously evolving for over 100 years. It features grand, historic architecture such as the Trent Building and Hugh Stewart Hall, as well as extensive parkland and landscaped gardens surrounding a beautiful lake. This, as well as the University’s other well-equipped campuses, all offer an ideal study environment.
International and inclusive
The University of Nottingham has a large international student population, making up over a quarter of all students. Half of all postgraduate students are from overseas, and the overall student body represents more than 150 countries.
League tables show The University of Nottingham ranking highly in many subject areas, with a wide range of degrees on offer. It is 4th in the UK for Engineering and 5th for Law (Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2017), plus top 10 in the country for Business, Management and Marketing, and for Accounting and Finance (Guardian University Guide 2017).