Kamaljit takes his research to Parliament

Kamaljit Moirangthem, a PhD researcher at The University of Nottingham, hailing from Imphal, India, is attending the UK Parliament on Monday 13 March to present his bioscience research to a range of politicians and a panel of academics, as part of STEM for BRITAIN, a poster competition for early career researchers run by the Parliamentary and …

Merry Christmas – however you are celebrating!

With the autumn term over and Christmas just a few days away, our international students and staff are taking a well-earned break from their work and studies. Many are returning home to celebrate Christmas, New Year and other traditional December holidays with their families and friends, while others stay in Nottingham to celebrate in the UK or take …

Free Falling into December

By Megha Viswanatha Rao from India, studying MA English Literature at The University of Nottingham. When I left home in September this year, I told my mother that for the first time in my life, I’d see a white Christmas. Although snow hasn’t arrived in Nottingham just yet, there are also other things to be excited …

Meet our Student Callers: Neha from India

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 international students. Neha has been speaking to Indian students (and their parents!) to let them know what Nottingham is really like. Why did you choose to study at Nottingham? The University of Nottingham, is without …

Meet our Student Callers: Nimal from India

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 international students. Nimal has been speaking to Indian students (and their parents!) to let them know what Nottingham is really like. Why did you choose to study at Nottingham? Frankly, it was the availability of …

Meet our Student Callers: Shruti from India

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 international students. Indian student Shruti has been speaking to lots of students in her home country to let them know what life at Nottingham is really like.   In her role as an International …

The city I now call home: being @UoN

I completed two weeks in Nottingham yesterday. But looking around now, I feel like I’ve been part of this place, forever. The academic teaching has finally started and gearing up in full swing. Yes, like many of you out there I am daunted by the massive shift in the way of learning, from undergraduate to …

International student societies: ABACUS, Indian and Egyptian Societies

Nottingham’s many student societies are ready to welcome the new students who will be arriving in September and October, so we’ve invited international and cultural student societies to share a message for new international and EU students on our blog. Here are messages from a few of the societies and we will share more later this …

A Newton International Fellow at Nottingham

As well as welcoming students from around the world, The University of Nottingham provides opportunities for many international academics and post-doctoral researchers. Dr Rahul Bhosale, from India, is conducting research in hydropatterning at the Centre for Plant Integrative Biology (CPIB) in our School of Biosciences, funded by a prestigious Newton International Fellowship. I was born and brought …

Coming to Nottingham? Excited or nervous? Apprehensive or overwhelmed?

I know these words aren’t able to fully describe how you are really feeling. How do I know this? Because exactly a year ago, I had been there and had done it all! I know how these next 40 or so days might seem for all the prospective students waiting to board their planes and …