Unlock your potential at the University of Nottingham and discover a world of academic excellence, pioneering research and life-changing opportunities.
Nottingham is a member of the UK’s prestigious Russell Group and the Universitas 21 international network, with campuses in the UK, China and Malaysia. It is home to over 47,500 students from more than 150 countries, with a global alumni community of almost 300,000 graduates.
Nottingham is ranked 103rd in the world and 18th in the UK in the QS World University Rankings 2022. It is also ranked as a UK top 20 university in The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2021, and is the Sports University of the Year in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021.
The university’s roots date back to 1881 and we have been awarding degrees since 1948. We have a history of world-changing research, from the development of MRI technology to the ongoing fight against modern slavery, world hunger and the Covid-19 pandemic.
Choose from a wide variety of undergraduate, masters and research degree courses, ranging from arts and humanities, languages, engineering, sciences and medicine to social sciences such as business, economics, politics and law. We also offer scholarships for high-achieving international students, foundation courses and English language preparatory courses.
Nottingham students and graduates benefit from outstanding careers support, including postgraduate placement opportunities and entrepreneurial support. The university has strong links with global employers and is ranked in the world top 70 in the QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020.
We also offer an unforgettable student experience, including more than 200 clubs and societies in our Students’ Union. Nottingham has a strong reputation for sport, finishing second in the most recent British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS) league in 2018-19.
Our UK campuses are based in the friendly, historic city of Nottingham in central England. The city is world-famous for the legends of Robin Hood, and is a UNESCO City of Literature. There’s plenty to explore including a castle, caves, parks and gardens, two football stadiums, the National Ice Centre and the famous Trent Bridge Cricket Ground.