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The University of Nottingham

The University of Nottingham

Overall Rating

83%

  • T.E.F. Ranking

    Gold

  • Guardian University Ranking

    19

  • Tuition Fees

    £9000

  • Email

    ugadmissions@nottingham.ac.uk

  • Website

    www.nottingham.ac.uk

  • Telephone

    01159515151

UG: COURSE OVERALL

86%

UG: COURSE CONTENT

79%

UG: TEACHING ON COURSE

94%

UG: ELEARNING

87%

UG: ASSESSMENTS & EXAMS

85%

UG: FEEDBACK

78%

UG: LECTURERS

77%

UG: CAMPUS FACILITIES

80%

UG: ACCOMMODATION & TRANSPORT

79%

UG: SOCIAL

84%

Latest reviews

Teaching is really good, and they have some good facilities. Biology course is very interesting and you get to choose what you want to study a little bit, the lecturers are really helpful and they are approachable. I’ve had a good experience. Campus Advisor

The experience so far has been a good one, the tutors are approachable and helpful. - Anonymous -

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Pretty good course. interesting material H K

I feel i made the right choice with this course, its full on but thats what you expect. Course organisation is not bad, lecturers are excellent, content is interesting. -Anonymous -

I feel like the course is of good quality with good teaching. I think I needed a bigger city, the nightlife is good but sometimes I feel I wish there was more to do. - Anonymous -

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Ratings Submitted Rebecca W

Really nice campus and good location. - Anonymous -

Enjoying my time here, course is very good. Sarah Dempsey

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Location

Main Campus

University Park, Nottingham

NG7 2RD

About this University

Academic life 

You’ll find studying at university is very different to school or college. You’ll be focusing on a subject you love, and depending on what you choose, there will be a lot more variety in terms of teaching methods. We’ll help you settle in to this new way of learning, and you can find out exactly what’s involved for your course in the ‘How will I study?’ section of the school brochure for your subject: www.nottingham.ac.uk/go/schoolbrochures

Have a look at our jargon buster on pages 240-241 for explanations of some of the most common terms you’ll hear while researching universities. 

The transition to higher education is an important process from your first year onwards. The University can offer you lots of support and resources to help you get in to the swing of things. Effective study There are lots of resources available to help you with the transition into higher education. Many of our degrees include modules or other activities designed to help you get used to what you’ll experience over the next few years. You’ll also have access to our Student Services Centres with specialist study support staff ready to talk to you about your work; as well as plenty of helpful guides full of advice. www.nottingham.ac.uk/studyingeffectively

Facilities for learning 

We understand that everyone learns in different ways. As well as traditional methods such as lectures and seminars, your learning will be complemented by technology including podcasts and lecture capture facilities. You’ll also have access to 24-hour PC suites, Wi-Fi and a free laptop and iPad loan service. We have eight libraries with a huge number of resources, including more than one million books and journals; both printed and ebook items. You might be spending a lot of time in the library, so it’s good to know there are group work spaces, silent study zones, PCs, iPads, laptops and plasma screens, everything you’ll need. If you are interested in a science or engineering degree, see page 17 for details of our new Engineering and Science Library. www.nottingham.ac.uk/is/libraries www.nottingham.ac.uk/teaching

Learn a language 

If you’ve ever wanted to learn a new language, the University’s Language Centre gives you the opportunity to study a wide variety at different levels, even if you’re not taking a course that involves a language. All languages are offered from beginners’ level with some going up to near native competency. The inter-faculty languages programme offers credited modules, which are free for students if taken as part of your credit allocation (your credit allocation is the amount of credits you have to take each semester), in 13 languages: Arabic, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Swedish. There are also evening classes that are open to everyone. www.nottingham.ac.uk/languagecentre

Sharing knowledge 

U-Now is our collection of open educational materials that have been uploaded to the web. It has been created to enable you to browse or download material about subjects from across the University and complete full modules or smaller-scale learning objectives. There are no assessments and no credits are awarded: U-Now is simply about providing you with opportunities to learn more about a familiar subject or study a new one. unow.nottingham.ac.uk     

World-changing research We’ve been changing the world with our research for decades. Hundreds of projects are currently taking place across our campuses that will impact on the way we live.

Learn More: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/About/index.aspx

Number of Students: 44,520

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