Nottingham’s first civic college was opened in the city centre in 1881, four years after the foundation stone was laid by former Prime Minister, W E Gladstone.
In 1948, the college was awarded the Royal Charter and became The University of Nottingham.

The Medical School: In 1970 we established the UK’s first Medical School in the 20th century, and in 1995 the School of Nursing was formed

Jubilee Campus: The £50 million Jubilee Campus development opened in 1999. The campus has won numerous awards due to its environmentally-friendly features

Malaysia Campus: The University opened a campus in Malaysia in 1999.

China Campus: In February 2006 a purpose-built campus was opened in the city of Ningbo, China, as part of a joint venture. The University then became the first foreign university to establish an independent campus in China.

School of Veterinary Medicine and Science: The University of Nottingham officially opened the School of Veterinary Medicine and Science in April 2007

2003 saw The University of Nottingham gain recognition with two major awards:

  • Alumnus Sir Clive Granger won the 2003 Nobel Prize for Economic Science
  • Staff member and Emeritus Professor, Sir Peter Mansfield, won his for pioneering work in developing Magnetic Resonance Imaging

The University of Nottingham saw its position as one of Britain’s leading research universities confirmed with the results of the Research Assessment Exercise 2008 which ranks University at 7th position in the British Top 10.

The University of Nottingham improved its rank in all four of the major UK league tables published in 2010/11:

The Guardian 19
The Independent 18
The Sunday Times 15
The Times 16


English Language Requirements
IELTS : 5.5

Academic Requirements:

Tawjahiya (secondary School Leaving Certificate) : 80% for Science Courses, 75% for Arts, Social Sciences, Business courses
American High School Diploma (w/0 APs or SAT Iis) : 3.2 GPA
International Baccalaureate Certificate: 5 and above

CBSE:75% in class XII with relevant subjects

Thanaweya A’ama : 80% average with relevant subjects


English Language Requirements

IELTS: 6.O (No Less than 5.5 in any element)

Academic Requirements:

First Year Entry to Students who have completed:

  • 3 A Level
  • International Baccalaureate
  • University Study – 1-2 years in relevant subjects
  • Tawjahiya (secondary School Leaving Certificate) + Recognised Foundation
  • Course Diploma from Higher College of Technology: GPA 3.0 / 4.0

Al Ain Men’s College/ Women’s College
Abu Dhabi Men’s College/Women’s College
Dubai Men’s College/Women’s College
Fujairah Men’s College/Women’s College
Ras Al Kahimah Men’s College/Women’s College
harjah Men’s College/Women’s College

Thanaweya A’ama / al Azhar General Secondary School Certificate: 80% Average + Recognised Foundation
Completed 1-2 yaers of studeny at recognised institution : 70% – 75%

For courses requiring grades AAA/AAB

  • CBSE/ISCE (10+2) : 85% – 90%
  • West Bengal Board :75% – 80%
  • Other State Boards: 90%
  • 3 Year Diploma after grade 11


English Requirements
IELTS: 6.5 (No Less than 6.0 in any element)

Academic Requirements

A relevant Bachelors degree from a recognised university

  • UK 2:1 = 3.0 out of 4.0 / B grade
  • UK 2:2 = 2.8 out of 4.0 / C+ grade

A relevant Bachelors degree from a recognised university
UK 2:1 = 60% – 75% , CGPA 6.0-7.5 out of 10

A bachelor’s degree from a recognised university will be considered for master’s entry.
Typical minimum requirements from Egyptian universities are GPA 2.8 to 3.0 out of 4.

A Masters and a Bachelors degree from a recognised University: GPA 3.0 out of 4.0 / B / 80%
Exceptional students may be considered for PhD without Masters Qualification.

NOTE: Please check the university website for specific information. The entry requirements vary for different courses.


Undergradute Course

  • Arts Courses (BA)
  • £14,850
  • Science Courses (BSc, MSci)
  • £19,120
  • Business, Management, Economics (BA)
  • £14,850
  • Architecture (BArch)
  • £19,120
  • Engineering Courses (BEng, MEng)
  • ££19,120
  • (Chemical, Civil, Environmental, Electrical & Electronic, Mechanical)
  • Medicine (BMedSci)
  • £20,150 (£35,010)
  • Pharmacy (MPharm)
  • £19,120

Postgraduate Courses

  • MBA
  • £24,000
  • International Business (MSC)
  • £18,000
  • Economics (MSc)
  • £15,840
  • Engineering (MSc)
  • £19,300
  • Masters Of Law (LLM)
  • £15,140
  • Psychology
  • £19,300

Living Cost

The University of Nottingham recommends that a single student will need a minimum of £1,050 per month to cover basic living expenses.

NOTE: The fees are indicative. Please refer to the university website the complete list of fees and courses.

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