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96QS World University Rankings
History, Affiliations and Rankings
The University of Nottingham which was launched as a civic college in 1881, received its royal charter in 1948. In 2017, the university joined the European Consortium of Innovative Universities (ECIU) and partnered with more than 50 institutions worldwide. Nationally, it ranked 18th in the QS World University Rankings 2020 and The Guardian University Guide 2020. The university’s research was ranked 8th for research power in the UK in the Research Excellence Framework. The Times Higher Education (THE) has shortlisted Nottingham for the ‘University of the Year’ award on four occasions in the last decade.
Infrastructure, Campus & Courses
The University Park, the largest and the main campus of the University of Nottingham is set amid 300 acres of extensive greenery and a lake. It has several other campuses including Jubilee Campus, King’s Meadow Campus, Sutton Bonington Campus, Medical School, University Hospital sites and two overseas campuses in Malaysia and China. The university offers various undergraduate, postgraduate and research programmes in Engineering, Arts, Medicine and Health Sciences, Science, and Social Science. From libraries and computer facilities to childcare and the disabled, the university makes sure that every student's living and learning experience is fun and effortless.
Accomplishments & Alumni
The university is a community of around 300,000 graduates from all over the world. It has been associated with leaders and experts from an array of professions and sectors including business, art and culture, sports, engineering, etc. Nottingham alumni have garnered gold medals at Olympics (Dr Tim Brabants MBE and Dr Deng Yaping) and Golden Globe awards (Ruth Wilson). Other notable alumni are Sir Andrew Witty, CEO of GlaxoSmithKline; Brian Moore, Former England and British and Irish Lions rugby hooker; and London Grammar, award-winning electro-pop trio.
Student Diversity & Visiting Companies
The University of Nottingham has been recently ranked among the top 70 universities in the world for employability by the QS Graduate Employability Rankings. With around 46,000 students, the university represents more than 150 countries. Nottingham grads attract major companies for internships, research and full-time job opportunities. Over 96% of undergraduate and postgraduate students at Nottingham land lucrative jobs or go for higher studies six months after graduation. The Careers and Employability Service provided by the university further helps international students in acquiring work experience and skills relevant to a particular field.
The University of Nottingham closely monitors the pandemic and supports all prospective and current students during these unprecedented times. The students and staff at the university have been participating in the local, national and global effort to fight the outbreak by offering expert advice to local healthcare providers, government; volunteering in the community; loaning money to support national testing and so on. Here are the latest COVID-related updates released by the university:
The UK Government has approved in-person teaching at the higher educational institution, where possible post-May 17th, 2021. Based on the decisions taken by the Government, the University of Nottingham shall make a plan to bring back students on- campus and all information related to the new plan shall be communicated to students and staff.
Students who have started taking classes remotely at the University of Nottingham are expected to remain in their current location and not return to the university campus until further notice.
Face to face opportunities will be limited for some courses as there are still many students, particularly students from abroad who are unable to travel to the campus. The University of Nottingham is taking all efforts to find a suitable option for everyone.
This scholarship will be awarded to high-achieving students from the countries of Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan or Sri Lanka.
Must be a national of or permanently domiciled in India.
Must be classed as an 'overseas' student for tuition purposes.
Must hold an offer to enroll in a full-time degree programme at the university
Value: A contribution towards tuition fees in the first year of the undergraduate programme.
The award is offered to international students with remarkable sporting ability. It is awarded to 10 students enrolled in the university.
Must have been recognised in any sport at academy, national or international level
Must have evidence of outstanding potential in sports.
Must be classed as an overseas student for tuition purposes
Must hold an offer to enroll in a full-time degree programme at the university.
Value: £5,000 towards tuition fees
University of Nottingham
Nottingham NG7 2RD, United Kingdom
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