Jordana’s advice for international students on setting up a business in the UK

Hello! I’m Jordana and I am an international graduate from The University of Nottingham. I studied MSc Clinical Nutrition and my masters project focused on diabetes. During my studies, I came across the Postgraduate Ingenuity Prize (now renamed to Ingenuity16 for this year), a competition for students to submit their business ideas, organised by the …

The best places to visit in Europe: Hazel, John and Colbie’s picks

With its convenient location and easy transport links, studying in the UK is a great way to explore the beauty that Europe has to offer. Three of our international students pick their favourite places and share their best holiday snaps.   John, USA, MA Art History: Paris, France “I’ve been to Paris twice now, and …

Meet our Student Callers: Hazel from Malaysia

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. Undergraduate Law student Hazel has been speaking to students in China and her native Malaysia in the hope of letting them know what life in Nottingham is really like.  In her …

My top tips for working in the UK after graduation

Nottingham graduate Justin Loh, who is originally from Malaysia, works in the UK as an Engineering Graduate for East Midlands Trains. In this blog post, Justin shares his tips for applying for graduate jobs in the UK, and adapting to the British working culture. What is the best thing about working in the UK? I …

Meet our international and cultural societies: South East Asian cultures

Nottingham’s many student societies and sports clubs are getting ready to welcome a new intake of students, and we are sharing messages from a selection of the international and cultural societies here on our International Student Life blog. Yesterday’s blog post covered some of our African cultural societies. Today we introduce societies covering some of the countries and cultures of …