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Sport and Your Welfare

For the past few years, a big priority of the University of Nottingham Sport department has been promoting awareness of disability sport and mental health in sport. Personally I have been deeply involved in this movement with the club closest to my heart, Equestrian, being at the forefront.   Engage UoN Sport’s moto is Engage, …

The truth about studying at Nottingham with a mental health condition

With all the excitement of results day over and your place confirmed, you may be worrying about what studying at the University of Nottingham is really like. Especially if, like me, you suffer from a mental health condition. So I’ve prepared this blog listing some of the wonderful support services – many of which have …

Disability Guide for Freshers

Freshers week can be a daunting but exciting time for anyone, but maybe more so if you are registering as a disabled  student. Amidst the abundance of activities, tasks and taster sessions, a disabled student may overlook some of the important parts of settling into university. Take a look at this checklist and make sure …

Sport at UoN – Green, Gold and Getting Involved!

Here at Nottingham we are all about sport for everyone. With over 70 sports clubs, one of the largest intramural sports programmes (IMS) in the country, and a brand new £40 million sports village, we’re confident we have something that’s right for you. So before you arrive, why not find out a little bit about …