Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, UK
The University of Nottingham was first started off as a Civic College, which was the first of its kind in Nottingham and later it moved to, now, its main campus, University Park. King George V inaugurated the college in 1928. The college eventually became the Nottingham University through the Royal Charter in the year 1948. Even in its earlier days, it attracted many famous personalities like Mahatma Gandhi, Einstein, and HG Wells as guest lecturers. It has continued to develop and grow since then and has many campuses, even in other countries like Malaysia and China. The university has always focused on innovation. It founded the UK’s first 20th-century Medical School in 1970 and the School of Nursing in 1955, which was founded after merging with the Mid-Trent College of Nursing and Midwifery.
Some of the best subject areas offered by Nottingham are Geography, Education and training, Veterinary sciences, Pharmacy, and English language and literature. Nottingham has carved a niche when it comes to research activities and is now ranked eighth in the UK in terms of research. Also, more than 97% of the research conducted at the University is recognized internationally and 80% is recognized as world-leading, the highest research rank.
Nottingham has consistently been ranked amongst the top universities in the UK. It is the fifth-largest university in the UK and is associated with the European University Association, the Association of Commonwealth Universities, Universitas 21, and a member of the Russell Group.
University at a glance
Total International Students:
Size of Campus in acres:
UG/PG Course Ratio:
1 : 1.37
Pound 55 Million
No. of Campuses:
Yearly Hostel & Meals Expense:
INR 6.3 Lakh
International Students Website:
World University Ranking – QS 2021