About the University of Nottingham
A multi-campus university of about 22,000 students the University of Nottingham has a lot to offer. Depending on your experience and prior knowledge, you can select courses from any of the University's 33 schools. Your courses will be offered on one of the University's three campuses—all within easy reach of Nottingham's vibrant city center.
Beautiful woodlands, parks, and playing fields encircle the 330-acre University Park Campus, which serves as the main campus for most students. The University's new, state-of-the-art Jubilee Campus is home to Education, Computer Science, Information Technology and the Business School. The Sutton Bonington Campus, which serves as the headquarters for the School of Biosciences, sits in rustic surroundings on the border of Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire. These schools are split into six faculties: Arts, Education, Engineering, Law and Social Sciences, Medicine and Health Sciences and Science. You'll receive continual support from an academic study abroad advisor who is a member of the University's International Office.
You must enroll for a full semester for courses in the following areas: business, engineering, law or the sciences. You may not study in these areas for only a term. If you are attending for the fall semester be aware that your final examinations will take place after Christmas in late January. Courses in the humanities and social sciences are available for fall term study.
Outside of class, you'll find plenty of activities to keep you occupied. The University operates an impressive Students' Union that sponsors a full schedule of campus entertainment from concerts to comedy nights, as well as hundreds of clubs and societies.
The University also maintains a large range of sporting facilities including an indoor swimming pool, sports center, extensive playing fields, tennis and squash courts, an athletics track and a boathouse on the River Trent.