Oguz Kaan Kısa · June 29, 2021
The University of Nottingham is both a research university and a campus university. Nottingham Institution includes campuses in Malaysia, China, and the United Kingdom, and has been dubbed "the only UK university that can really be called worldwide" by The Times. Nottingham, England's fifth-largest university, is a member of the Russell Group, Universitas 21, the Commonwealth Universities Association, and the European University Association at the same time.
Nottingham is consistently placed among the UK's top 30 Higher Education Institutions, placing in the top 1% of global rankings. Furthermore, the University of Nottingham, which was selected "University of the Year" by The Times in 2006, was nominated for the honor in 2009, 2011, and 2012.
Nottingham has an extremely difficult university admissions procedure and is the country's top undergraduate admissions university, with over 33,000 students, 9000 of which are foreign.
The Foreign Office at the University of Nottingham strives to offer the best possible service to all international students before and during their studies in the United Kingdom. This covers university and city arrival assistance, as well as an orientation program, bank account processing, visa extensions, and social and English language assistance.
They offer tours to places like York, Oxford, and Scotland, as well as activities that allow students to interact with English people and learn more about their culture.
Ranked #21 in the Times University Guide 2020
Ranked #18 in the Guardian University Guide 2020
Ranked 99th in QS World University Rankings 2021
The Virgin Alternative Guide to British Universities has rated the University of Nottingham "one of the most employer-friendly universities in the world," and prominent companies have designated it one of the top 15 universities in the THES global rankings.
Nottingham is ranked ninth in the UK for research strength, according to the Research Excellence Framework from 2014. Over 97 percent of the University's research is recognized globally, with 80 percent of it being world-leading or internationally outstanding, placing it first in the United Kingdom.
More than 4000 students are served by the University of Nottingham, which offers a variety of housing choices. Its own organization is responsible for the supervision of 15 dorms on three separate university campuses. These dorms, which have over 6,000 rooms, include everything from modernly equipped rooms with kitchens to classic hostel flats.
Three meals are served each day, with optional menus available in the dorms. Extra-large rooms, study areas, and carefully designed toilets are among the features that make the rooms accessible to students with impairments. There are also rooms set aside for pupils who are deaf or hard of hearing.
The University of Nottingham's main campus, University Park Campus, is located west of the city center. By train, Nottingham is 90 minutes from London. It's also near to the airports of East Midlands and Birmingham. The institution also has campuses in Semenyih, Malaysia, and Ningbo, China.