Year of Establishment -  1843. It Officially Became a University in 1992

  1. USPs of the University 
    • Research Activities
    • High Employability of Students
    • Courses With Inputs From The Industry
    • Outstanding Teaching
  2. Jobs and Placements
    • Within six months of graduating, around 97% of our graduates are employed or undertake further studies. 
  3. Infrastructural Facilities - Within the last 10 years, the university has invested around £ 450 million into social and sporting departments. The campuses of the university are as follows -
    • City Campus 
    • Clifton Campus
    • Brackenhurst Campus
    • Creative Quarter Campus
    • The City Campus houses many notable facilities including animation facilities, Bonington Gallery, Boots Library, Business Lab, IT facilities, and so on. 
  4. Residence - At the City campus, the accommodation options include Blenheim, Byron, Gill Street North, Gill Street South, Hampden, etc. There are a total of 10 accommodation options at the City campus. There are 2955 rooms at the City campus, 1476 rooms at the Clifton Campus, and 497 rooms at the Brackenhurst campus. The cost per week ranges from £100 - £150 per week at the City campus.
  5. Notable Alumni
    • Matt Berry, Jon Burgerman, Elizabeth Carr, Roger Carr
  6. Location
    • City Campus - Shakespeare Street, Nottingham
    • Clifton Campus - College Dr, Clifton, Nottingham
    • Brackenhurst Campus - Brackenhurst, Southwell, Nottinghamshire
    • Confetti Campus - Convent St, Nottingham
  7. Bus Services
    • Nottingham City Transport operates the Go2 Uni 4 bus service between the City Campus and Clifton Campus. The Pathfinder 26 service connects the Brackenhurst campus to the Old Market Square.
  8. Train Services - Nottingham Station is the nearest to the university. The Brackenhurst Campus is close to Lowdham station. The station is connected to the rest of the national grid.
  9. Nearest Airport
    • East Midlands Airport
  10. Nearest Hospital
    • Nottingham University Hospitals NHS
  11. Recreational Sites
    • Nottingham Castle
    • The Lace Market
    • Old Market Square
    • The City of Caves
    • Robin Hood Way and Sherwood Forest
    • Highfields Park


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