Nottingham is a multi-campus University. Our 330-acre University Park Campus, set in extensive woodland, parks and playing fields, is one of the largest and most attractive campuses in the UK. We also have our own Medical School linked to one of the most influential teaching hospitals and further campus for Biosciences, including agriculture and food sciences, at Sutton Bonington.
Nottingham is one of Britain's leading research universities. In the last Research Assessment Exercise 16 schools achieved the highest ratings. Nationally, this university is known for its excellence in research. Nottingham is one of the top four universities earning research funding from private industry and commerce. In 1999/00 research awards rose to a new high of £68 million. Our research has a major influence on society and culture, science and technology, the health of the community, and the environment.
The city combines the best of old and new. Modern shopping centers and traditional markets on pretty pedestrian streets offer everything from unique designer boutiques to High Street favorites. Cultural life thrives. The Royal Concert Hall attracts well-known names from the classical and pop and rock worlds and is the second home of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. There are two theatres, including the lovingly restored 18th-century Theatre Royal, which showcases top-class theatre, ballet and opera, and film buffs can enjoy varied viewing at multi-screen and arts cinemas.
Many fine old buildings remain in the city, including the 15th-century church of St Mary on High Pavement, a centuries-old cave system, Georgian town houses and several picturesque pubs. Some have medieval origins, including The Trip to Jerusalem at the foot of Castle Rock, reputedly the oldest pub in England. Others, reflecting the latest trends in contemporary design, can be found in the Lace Market and vibrant Canalside area. There are cafe-bars on every corner and more than 100 pubs, clubs and restaurants in the center alone. The city's nightclubs are amongst the best in the country and the live music is second to none.
Semester 2: late January - mid June
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Nottingham semester dates
Students can find courses on the online Module Catalogue.
Special instructions to Media Studies & English SPRING Exchange Students:
Module choices are limited in the Schools of Business, the Department of Culture, Film and Media, and the School of English, and SPRING applicants should apply in March for English or Media Studies, using THIS application for the following spring (and meet with an Education Abroad Advisor EARLY).
The University has twelve Halls of Residence on the University Park Campus and two on the Jubilee Campus. All halls are mixed but some have single sex blocks. Halls offer common rooms and social facilities. All study bedrooms are fully furnished and are equipped with voice and data points. Some study bedrooms have en-suite bathroom facilities and some have shared access to bathrooms. All Halls are full board (21 meals a week).
The University also has self-catering accommodation: Broadgate Park, on the edge of the University Park Campus and Raleigh Park, adjacent to the Jubilee Campus. The self-catering flats are shared between 5 - 7 students with communal kitchen, dining and bathroom facilities. Visit the Housing homepage for additional information.
Students will pay their regular tuition rate and fees to UVA for the term they are on a UVA Exchange Program. Students are additionally responsible for room and board, transportation, and personal expenses. Students will pay the host institution or make their own arrangements for accommodations. Check the host institution web site for accommodation choices, cost, and application procedures.
Students are responsible for booking and paying for their own international airfare as well as researching and obtaining the necessary visa.
UVA students are required to purchase CISI emergency medical and accident insurance.
University of Nottingham student finances information
- UVA Tuition and Fees
- Host institution Room and Board
- International Airfare
- CISI insurance
- Books and Supplies
- Local Transportation
- Passport and Visa
- Personal Expenses
The University of Virginia believes in providing reasonable accommodations for students with documented disabilities on an individual basis. If you believe that you would require adjustments in order to fully participate in this program, please contact the Student Disability Access Center at 434-243-5180 as early as possible in order to begin this dialogue.
Passport and Visa
All participants will need a valid passport in order to participate in the program. Students must ensure that their passport is valid at least six months past the program return date. All students must consult gov.uk for information about visa and other entry requirements. International students should meet with their International Student Advisor in the International Studies Office as part of the application process.
Health and Safety Information
All students considering Education Abroad should consult the Students Abroad section of the U.S. Department of State’s web-based travel resources and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Traveler’s Health web resources to research health, safety, and security conditions; visa requirements; immunization requirements; and recommendations on staying healthy and safe in their target destination(s). Students should also carefully review the UVA Education Abroad Health & Safety Abroad web page. Parents and guardians are strongly advised to review all of these resources, as well. UVA students and visiting students enrolled in UVA Education Abroad programs are subject to the University of Virginia’s Policy on Student International Travel.