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The University of Nottingham

School Profile:

The University of Nottingham, located in the Midlands of England, is a public research university established in 1881. The university, formerly known as University College Nottingham, was granted a Royal Charter in 1948 and officially became a university. The University of Nottingham is not only a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities, but also a member of the famous Russell Group.


The University of Nottingham has very strong links with Malaysia. Many dignitaries, including the king, queen, and former prime minister Najib, are all graduates of the school. In addition, Sir Peter Mansfield, winner of the 2003 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, and Sir Clive Granger, winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics, are also alumni of the school. .


The university is ranked 28th in the UK in The Times & Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022 and the top 100 universities in the world in the QS World University Rankings 2021. Among the university graduates, many alumni have held important positions in multinational companies, including Citibank and Rolls Royce.


Subject introduction:

The number of outstanding disciplines in the school is endless. According to the announcement of The Times & Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022, the school has a number of disciplines ranked in the top 20 in the subject rankings, including Aeronautical and Manufacturing Engineering, Architecture, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Crime, Economics, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Social Work and more. Among them, Aeronautical and Manufacturing Engineering, Crime and Pharmacy are among the top 10 in the UK.


In addition to bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees, the school has also cooperated with Kaplan, an educational institution, to launch university-based courses for students who do not meet the standard.


Geographical location:
The school is located in Nottingham, the central city of the United Kingdom. It takes about an hour by train to Birmingham, the third largest city in the United Kingdom, and about two hours by train to London. The nearest airport to the school is East Midland Airport, which is about a 30-minute drive from the school. In addition to the main UK school, Nottingham has branch campuses in Ningbo, China and Malaysia.


Campus Information:

Year of founding



University Park, Nottingham NG7 2RD, UK


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