A. Our bachelor degree programmes are listed in the A-Z course index of our online Undergraduate Prospectus. You can also request a paper copy of the Undergraduate Prospectus.We offer a full range of taught and research degrees at postgraduate level, all of which place emphasis on equipping postgraduates with specific analytical and research skills. This training enables our postgraduates to make a real contribution to their field of research, internationally recognised research specialists.
A.The best time to visit the University is during one of our open days, campus tours or other official events. Details of our events for prospective students are as follows. If you are unable to make one of our organised events, please feel free to come and conduct a self-guided tour around the campuses at any time. The University operates an open campus policy. A Self-guided campus tour brochure will help you find your way around campus.
A.The University accepts a range of alternative qualifications in addition to standard A levels. If you require further guidance, please contact the academic school that you are interested in. Their admissions staff will be happy to assist you. Contact details can be located through our online Undergraduate Prospectus
Students who live in halls of residence or who have a term-time address within a radius of 15 miles of University Park or Jubilee Campuses are not eligible for a concessionary permit. Students based at Sutton Bonington are eligible for a concessionary parking permit (at 50% of the usual cost). Please contact Security for further information about parking at the University.
Postgraduate applications for The University of Nottingham should be made through our online application system. If you are applying for a research opportunity, you may also need to submit a research proposal. Find out more about how to write a research proposal and speak to your chosen school/department for guidance. Find out more on our how to apply section