University of Nottingham

University of Nottingham

Nottingham is traditionally one of the most popular universities for undergraduates. And not only with students from the UK – people from 150 different nations come here, and there are also campuses in Malaysia and China; UK students can spend part of their degree studying at either of those. Nottingham is great for shopping, restaurants and nightlife. There’s a lively and mixed social scene, and it’s very student-friendly. The attractive campus is a short distance away, with landscaped grounds and lots of trees.

It has great facilities for sports and the arts, and the student union is one of the largest and most active in the UK, with more than 250 societies, sports clubs, student-run services, associations and a variety of events on offer. Academic standards are very high and there is an excellent graduate employment record, helped by a good careers service.

In March 2012, the university was presented with a Queen’s Anniversary prize for higher and further education in recognition of its research to help feed the world’s growing population. And, according to the Greenmetric of World Universities 2012, Nottingham is the second most environmentally friendly campus on the planet.

£9,000 for full-time undergraduates in 2014-15.

In 2014-15, at least a third of students are likely to be eligible for a core bursary, which offers up to £3,000 for each year of undergraduate study.

Guaranteed for full-time first-years, subject to meeting conditions. In 2014-15, fees for accommodation ranged from £92 per week for a standard room in self-catered accommodation to £199 per week for an en suite bedroom in catered accommodation.

The university boasts a £25m research facility for bioenergy and biofuels, brewing technology and food and drink processing at Sutton Bonington campus. The centre is the first of its kind in the UK.

Library facilities include the Hallward library learning hubs. Recent developments include a new £1.6m sports pavilion, a mathematical sciences building and a humanities building.

A free bus between campuses, good rail and road links, and an international airport nearby. New cycle lanes have been incorporated into University Park campus, complementing those in the surrounding areas, and a bike hire scheme has been promoted to students as part of the university’s GoGreener campaign.