The University of Nottingham

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The University of Nottingham is a research-led educational institute. It offers postgraduate and undergraduate studies across accounting and finance, medical, engineering, and other platforms.
HQNottingham, GB
Employee Ratings4.2

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Employees (est.) (Sept 2021)10,320
Cybersecurity ratingCMore

Key People/Management at The University of Nottingham

Shearer West

Shearer West

Vice-Chancellor and President
Andy Long

Andy Long

Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor
Graham Kendall

Graham Kendall

Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Provost, UoN Malaysia Campus
Nick Miles

Nick Miles

Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Provost
Sarah Speight

Sarah Speight

Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Education and Student Experience
Jessica Corner

Jessica Corner

Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Research and Knowledge Exchange
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The University of Nottingham Office Locations

The University of Nottingham has offices in Nottingham, Ningbo Shi and Semenyih
Ningbo Shi, CN
199 Taikang E Rd, Yinzhou Qu
Semenyih, MY
university of nottingham jalan broga 43500 semenyih selangor darul ehsan, malaysia
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The University of Nottingham Financials and Metrics

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The University of Nottingham total Funding

$23.7 m

The University of Nottingham Cybersecurity Score

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The University of Nottingham Online and Social Media Presence

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The University of Nottingham News and Updates

Covid: 425 University of Nottingham students test positive

More than 400 students and eight staff members at the University of Nottingham have tested positive for Covid-19.

University of Nottingham develops testing to stop those without symptoms spreading coronavirus

A Nottingham university has revealed it is developing a testing service to identify those who have coronavirus but are not showing symptoms to stop them spreading the virus further.

The University of Nottingham Blogs

My placement at Enodo Economics as a Research Intern

by Wenjiao Hu, PhD Candidate – School of Economics Many times during my PhD, I considered getting some work experience to add to my resume before completing my studies. I came across an email about an internship opportunity sent by the faculty of social sciences and decided to give it a try. I got a…

3 Tips for Boosting Your Employability Using the Careers Website

By Bryony Adshead, final year English Student and a student ambassador for the Careers and Employability Service Boosting your employability can be hard during the pandemic – many opportunities for work experience have been cancelled, there are fewer part-time jobs on offer, and even the practical e…

How To Approach Behavioural Interview Questions

By Stephie Goodman, content manager at Wikijob. Whether you’re applying for your first job or going for a managerial role, interviews can be nerve-wracking. This is partly because the questions can be unpredictable. Whilst there are questions such as “Tell me about yourself” and “Why should we hire …

Year Abroad Around the Corner… How To Manage Last Minute Preparation

By Rowena Harris, Student Blogger After finishing my second year of university studying French and Spanish, I was looking forward to a summer of relaxing, going on holiday, and rewinding before the year ahead. However, with my year abroad around the corner, I have found myself facing a mountain of a…


A blog by Giles Foody The Covid-19 pandemic has greatly limited the ability to disseminate research through conferences. Conference organisers, like everyone else, have had to be adaptable and moved events online. With generous support from the School’s overseas conference fund I was able to take pa…

Careers in Publishing: What To Expect in 2021 and Beyond

By Caroline Nolan, Employability Education Projects Officer The recent encouraging news of record annual sales from Bloomsbury is an indication of how the publishing sector is responding during the pandemic. As Stephen Lotinga, CEO of the Publisher Association commented, ‘many people rediscovered th…
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The University of Nottingham Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was The University of Nottingham founded?

    The University of Nottingham was founded in 2000.

  • Who are The University of Nottingham key executives?

    The University of Nottingham's key executives are Shearer West, Andy Long and Graham Kendall.

  • How many employees does The University of Nottingham have?

    The University of Nottingham has 10,320 employees.

  • Who are The University of Nottingham competitors?

    Competitors of The University of Nottingham include Ulster University, University of Birmingham and WiFiStudy.

  • Where are The University of Nottingham offices?

    The University of Nottingham has offices in Nottingham, Ningbo Shi and Semenyih.

  • How many offices does The University of Nottingham have?

    The University of Nottingham has 3 offices.