Meet our Student Callers: Mohataz from Bangladesh

If you hold an offer to study at The University of Nottingham, you might be lucky enough to receive a call from one of our student callers. Mohataz has been speaking to students in his home country Bangladesh and other Asian countries about life at Nottingham. Why did you choose to study at Nottingham? My research interest in architecture …

International student societies: Omani, Sikh, Bengali and Nordic Societies

Joining student societies is a great way to make new friends and settle into student life, so we’re sharing messages from some of Nottingham’s many international and cultural student societies on our blog this week. Find these societies, along with many others, at the Welcome Festival during 21 to 25 September. Omani Society Welcome to the Omani Society …

Enjoy learning and learn to enjoy yourself

How long does it take to travel 30 countries in a row? Or if I ask the same question in a different way, how often do you hear people saying, “I have friends from 30 countries” (I am talking about real people, not Facebook friends)? For me the answer to both questions is The University …

Let the mountains and the sea be your muse

With the vicious circle of this vibrant life grabbing you from every other nook and cranny, it’s often hard to remember that you exist as a separate unique being with your own personal traits and dormant diaries. If you can however get lucky enough and manage to dodge that entire weekend wilderness to escape to …

Escape into the city

After a whole week of gibberish (not the right term for workaholics), as the beloved heart and mind linger swarming with work load and assignments, all we want is to take a break. While many opt for weekends away to countryside or back home, the misfortune that lurks upon my poor fellow students (“I am …