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1 Monday, May 11, 20151Rachel Buckley Study Abroad at The University of Nottingham Presentation

2 Consistently ranked in the UK’s Top-10 universities and a member of the Russell Group Staff and students from over 150 countries Over 35,500 students in total - over 7,300 international students representing 150 countries Over 400 degree programmes, spanning all key disciplines One of the UK’s most popular universities (applications per place) Independent surveys show Nottingham to be one of Britain’s leading universities for both teaching and world-changing research 30 departments rated ‘excellent’ by the Quality Assurance Assessment (QAA)

3 University of Nottingham: an International University “ “ Nottingham is the nearest Britain has to a truly global university, with campuses in China and Malaysia modelled on a headquarter that is among the most attractive in Britain.” -The Times Good University Guide 2009

4 Academic Schools American & Canadian Studies Biology Biomedical Sciences Biosciences Built Environment Business Chemical & Environmental Engineering Chemistry Civil Engineering Community Health Sciences Computer Science Contemporary Chinese Studies Economics Electrical & Electronic Engineering English Studies Geography History Humanities Law Maths Mechanical, Material and Manufacturing Engineering Modern Languages & Culture Pharmacy Physics & Astronomy Politics & International Relations Psychology Sociology & Social Policy

5 Studying at Nottingham Flexible modular system allowing a combination of subjects Flexible study periods: Autumn Semester (Sept- Jan), Spring Semester (Jan-June), Full Year (Sept-June) or Split Year (Jan-Jan) Dedicated School co-ordinators to give academic advice and support Flexible approach to teaching combining lectures with interactive, practical and web-based methods Assessment can be by exam, essay, project, presentation or group work Exams in January and June

6 University location Campus environment Close to city centre Hopper bus

7 Nottingham Vibrant cosmopolitan city in the centre of England Excellent transport links 4 hours from Paris/Brussels by train Europe on your doorstep Sherwood Forest Peak District National Park Chatsworth House

8 The main University administration Academic schools in the Faculties of: – Law & Social Sciences –Science –Arts –Engineering 12 halls of residence extensive sports and leisure facilities University Park Campus

9 Opened in 1999 by Her Majesty the Queen is home to: –Business School –School of Computer Science –School of Education –School of Contemporary Chinese Studies –Institute of Work, Health and Organisations (IWHO) –International Office –Centre for English Language Education (CELE) 2 Undergraduate residence halls (en-suite) Postgraduate self-catered residence hall Jubilee Campus

10 Sutton Bonington Campus 15km south of Nottingham city the Divisions of: Agricultural Sciences Animal Physiology Food Sciences Nutritional Biochemistry Plant Sciences School of Biosciences

11 Accommodation guaranteed to all study abroad & exchange students Catered Halls (on campus) University Park Jubilee Campus Sutton Bonington Campus Accommodation at Nottingham

12 Self-catered Self catered apartments (off campus) Broadgate Park Raleigh Park St Peter's Court Private accommodation off campus (Unipol)

13 Lincoln Hall, University Park Newark Hall, Jubilee Raleigh Park Broadgate Park Normanton Hall, Sutton Bonington Rutland Hall St Peter’s Court

14 Facilities on campus Students’ Union Lakeside Arts Centre – exhibitions, theatre music and restaurant Shops, Student Union, Cafes Sports Centre, Pool, gym and sports pitches Centre for Career Development

15 Student Support Visas & Immigration International Students’ Bureau International Student Support health & welfare career services money & finance IT Services Academic Support Hall of residence Chaplaincy Counselling Service Student Services Centre 24 hour security Study Abroad Team

16 Sports: National Ice Arena Trent Bridge Cricket ground National Water Sports Centre Nottingham Tennis Centre Nottingham Forest Football Stadium Peak District nearby for hiking Arts: Nottingham Castle & Museum Nottingham Playhouse Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall Broadway Cinema & Media Centre Rock City (concert venue) Nottingham

17 How to apply Application form Entry requirements & English Language Additional presentations and useful links

18 Welcome Week is free of charge And in addition to the coach pick up includes:- Campus and city tours Getting acquainted with Nottingham Police registration (if necessary) Opening a bank account University registration School introduction Fresher’s Fayre Social Events

19 The Study Abroad Team The International Office International House The University of Nottingham Jubilee Campus Wollaton Road Nottingham NG8 1BB UK Tel: +44 (0)115 951 5247 Fax:+44 (0)115 951 5155 Email: Or look us up on our website: Contact Details

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