4 Feelings You Should Have About Your First Choice University

Choosing a university and course is a very large and very daunting decision. But it is also a very instinctive decision; no matter what people say on open days or what your teachers tell you it needs to be your decision. I remember how much thought went into the choice before I settled on the …

Results day – making your choices

If you are reading this post, then you are probably waiting for your results to find out which university you will be attending in September. When I was waiting for my results, I was fairly certain that The University of Nottingham was the right place for me, but I still had doubts. The doubts are …

Results day, Clearing and Adjustment – your questions answered!

What’s going to happen on results day? What happens if I don’t do as well as I’d hoped? What if I do better than I’d hoped?! Don’t panic, we’re here to help! With A Level results day getting closer and closer, you’ve undoubtedly got lots of questions about what to expect. Watch Tom’s vlog to find …

I was meant to be at Nottingham

It feels like yesterday taking my A levels and waiting anxiously for results. Although having predicted all As I was a bit skeptical about Maths as my C3 paper was a bit difficult. My first choice was the University of Warwick as they topped the league table for Economics last year and my insurance choice …

Living and studying here – Amy answers your questions

Student vlogger Amy took over the @UoNapplicants Twitter to answer your questions about student life here at The University of Nottingham. Here’s a summary of your questions and her answers. What’s Nottingham like? It’s really diverse, plenty of shopping and places to eat/drink with your friends. There are also lots of alternative places with cool shops, …

School of English Twitter Q+A

Dr Adam Rounce from our School of English held a Q+A recently to take questions about studying here. Here’s a summary of your questions and his answers. Where is the School based? The School of English is based in the beautiful Trent Building on University Park (No. 11 on our campus map). Trent Building has …

Vet School offer holders Twitter Q+A

Our School of Veterinary Medicine and Science held a Twitter Q+A to answer questions from offer holders. Vanessa Williamson from Admissions, Dr Liz Mossop from staff and 4th year students Amy Stamp, Jess Warren and James Copland tweeted about student life at Sutton Bonington campus. Here’s a summary of the chat.  As Vet students, what are …

Our latest Twitter Q+A for Applicants

We held a Twitter Q&A last week, and here’s a summary of some of the questions you asked. Keep an eye out on @UoNapplicants for our next Q&A to take part! I’ve missed the visit days but still really want to visit the campus. Can I? Yes! Our campuses are open to the public so you’re welcome …

Five awesome things about studying a Classical subject

Like every Fresher, my first few weeks at university seemed to involve endlessly answering one of these three questions (asked in a variety of different accents that I could never impersonate): what’s your name? where are you from? what course are you studying? As a Classical Civilisation student I dreaded the last of these questions, as …

Applying for accommodation from 1 March

If we’re your firm choice for university for 2016/17 you can apply for accommodation from 1 March. We held a Twitter Q+A last week to answer your questions, here’s a handy summary of everything you wanted to know about living here. When/how do I apply for university-arranged accommodation? You can apply online here from 9am …