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New Medical School collaboration with China’s first state-run Medical College

A new partnership for scientific research and medical education has been established between the University of Nottingham’s School of Medicine and the first state-run medical school in China – Shanghai Medical College at Fudan University. The partnership was launched recently at the 1st Fudan-Nottingham International Medical Education Symposium at Fudan University where a Memorandum of …

Nottingham pilots plan for easier foreign student visas

The University of Nottingham is to take part in a pilot scheme which should make it easier for some foreign students to get visas or find permanent work in Britain. It is among 23 universities which will join the plan for Masters students with others joining as quickly as possible. A spokesperson for the University …

Apology from Hunan TV

Dear UNNC staff, students and alumni The University of Nottingham is a world class research-led university with academic excellence. As a top 100 university, it has cultivated many excellent students for society. On the TV drama called 路从今夜白之遇见青

University of Nottingham joins Global network to strengthen entrepreneurship and social engagement

The University of Nottingham has joined the European Consortium of Innovative Universities (ECIU). Nottingham is a global, research-intensive university that further strengthens the ECIU international research network. As well as its main base in the UK, Nottingham has campuses in Malaysia and China. Strong and Inspiring Vision With the University of Nottingham the ECIU gained …

More than 40 million people are trapped in slavery across the globe: shocking new figures reveal the true scale of modern slavery.

A Nottingham slavery expert has contributed to research published on Tuesday (19 September 2017)  revealing that there are 40 million victims of modern slavery and 152 million in child labour around the world. The research was developed jointly by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the Walk Free Foundation, in partnership with the International Organization …

Nottingham partnership to transform chemistry and pharmacy HE in Kenya

Academics at The University of Nottingham are to lead a multi-million pound, Government-funded partnership aimed at transforming the way in which chemistry and pharmacy degree courses are delivered in Kenya. The £4 million Transformation of Pharmacy and Chemistry Degree Provision project will see the Nottingham education experts joining forces with Kenyan academics to engage employers …

Celebrating 20 years of improving treatment of skin diseases

“It’s like putting an octopus into a string bag,” says Professor Hywel Williams, the visionary founder of Cochrane Skin, a global network of people committed to producing reviews of trials relating to skin conditions, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this month. “The octopus represents the many arms of global dermatology research but gathering it all …

The world comes to Nottingham

The University of Nottingham is celebrating a week of global partnerships honouring high profile guests from around the world. An unprecedented number of international delegations will be held both on the University’s campuses in Nottingham and in London this week. Connections with China have started with a visit from Mme Xu Yafen, Chair of the …

University’s prestigious partnership with Emirati horse hospital

The University of Nottingham’s School of Veterinary Medicine and Science has announced a prestigious international partnership with the Dubai Equine Hospital. The recently signed memorandum of understanding will see up to two fully-funded international students from the DEH per year studying on a scholarship offered by the Emirati Sheikh at Nottingham’s Vet School over the …

Vice-Minister visit to discuss research links with Cuba

Nottingham’s research links with Cuba were showcased at a visit from the country’s Vice-Minister for Higher Education. The Vice-Minister, Dr Aurora Fernández, the Rector of the Agrarian University of Havana and the Head of International Relations of the Ministry of Higher Education visited The University of Nottingham on March 20. They were there to find …