University of Nottingham Customer Service Phone Number

Phone Number of University of Nottingham is +44 (0) 115 951 5151 .

The University of Nottingham was founded in 1881, and is a member of the Russell Group, the Sutton Trust 13, Universities 21, the Association of Commonwealth Universities, and the European University Association.The University of Nottingham is a public research university in the city of Nottingham, England, with further campuses in Ningbo, China and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.


The University of Nottingham is ranked in the UK's Top 10 and the World's Top 100 universities by the Shanghai Jiao Tong (SJTU) and Times Higher (THE) World University Rankings, and the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) found 60 per cent of Nottingham's research to be "world-leading" or "internationally excellent". With over 40,000 applications every year, the university is one of the top 5 most popular universities in the UK, and has been described by the Times as Britain's "only truly global university" and a "prime alternative to Oxbridge". The University of Nottingham traces its origins to the founding of an adult education school in 1798. The foundation stone of the original University College Nottingham on Shakespeare Street was laid in 1877, with a speech by former UK prime minister, William Ewart Gladstone. This building was formally opened in 1881 by Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany. A large gift of land allowed University College Nottingham to move to a new campus in 1928. This development was supported by an endowment fund and public contributions. The transfer was made possible by the generosity of Sir Jesse Boot, who presented 35 acres (140,000 m2) to the City of Nottingham in 1921.


The chief officer of University of Nottingham is the Chancellor, elected by the University Court on the recommendation of the University Council. The chief academic and administrative officer of Nottingham is the vice-chancellor who is assisted by six pro-vice chancellors. Nottingham's governing body is the University Council, which has 35 members, mostly non-academic. Nottingham's academic authority is the Senate, consisting of senior academics of Nottingham and elected staff and student representatives. Nottingham's largest forum is the University Court, presided over by the chancellor. Nottingham's current Chancellor and President is Professor Fujia Yang; its current Vice-Chancellor is Professor David Greenaway who replaced Sir Colin Campbell in 2008, who as the UK's highest paid Vice-Chancellor, oversaw the university's expansion plans, leading the Times to call him "the Sir Alex Ferguson of Vice-Chancellors".


University of Nottingham Park Campus, to the west of the Nottingham city centre, is the 330 acre historic home of The University of Nottingham. Set around its famous lake and clock-tower and with extensive parkland greenery, the campus is widely regarded as one of the most attractive in the country. University Park has won numerous awards for its architecture and landscaping, and has been named the greenest campus in the country thanks to a new Green Flag Award. The 2009 award is the seventh in a row for University of Nottingham Park – more than have ever been awarded to a UK university over successive years. Nottingham has several additional campuses, all of which share similar design features to the original, being "garden campuses" situated around a lake with extensive greenery (with the exception of Sutton Boning ton campus, which predates the creation of University Park Campus). The City Hospital Campus is located near Bestwood and houses staff and postgraduate students specialising in respiratory medicine, stroke medicine, oncology, physiotherapy, and public health.


University of Nottingham campus will be expanded in 2009 to house a new institute of public health and a specialist centre for tobacco research.Sutton Bonington Campus houses Nottingham's School of Biosciences and the new School of Veterinary Medicine and Science and is located about 20 kilometres (12 miles) to the south of the City of Nottingham, between the M1 motorway, Ratcliffe power station, and the Midland Main Line railway. King's Meadow Campus was established in 2005 on the former Carlton Studios site on Lenton Lane. This campus mainly accommodates the administrative functions of University of Nottingham but also the Department of Manuscripts and Special Collections. A functioning television studio remains at the site that Nottingham continues to rent to the film and television industry. University of Nottingham is a research-led institution and the university has been awarded two Nobel Prizes this decade. Much of the pioneering work on Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) was carried out at Nottingham, work for which Nottingham professor Sir Peter Mansfield received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2003.


Nottingham remains a strong centre for research into MRI. Nottingham has contributed to a number of other significant scientific advances. Professor Frederick Kipping, Professor of Chemistry (1897-1936), made the discovery of silicone polymers at Nottingham (but failed to realize the commercial significance of what is now a multi-billion pound industry). Major developments in the in vitro culture of plants and micro propogation techniques were made by plant scientists at Nottingham, along with the first production of transgenic tomatoes by Professor Don Grierson in the 1980s. Other innovations at the university include cochlear implants for deaf children and the brace-for-impact position used in aircraft. Other facilities at Nottingham include the world's 109th most powerful supercomputer.


University of Nottingham was named Times Higher Education "University of the Year" in 2006 and Times Higher Education "Entrepreneurial University of the Year" in 2008, and although league table rankings are notoriously volatile, with recent controversy over the use of student satisfaction measures which have negatively affected large institutions like Nottingham, the university has consistently ranked amongst Britain's top 10 leading universities in the various national and international rankings published over the last 15 years. Indeed, Nottingham finished 8th in the Sunday Times 10 year average ranking of British universities based on consistent league table performance over the past decade, and is ranked in the UK's Top 10 by the Shanghai Jiao Tong (SJTU) 2009 World University Rankings. University of Nottingham is also a member of the elite 'Sutton Trust 13', a collection of the 13 highest ranking British universities compiled by the educational charity The Sutton Trust, which aims to challenge educational inequality at top universities. Nottingham traditionally has one of the highest application to place ratios of any university in the United Kingdom, leading the Sunday Times to describe a place there as "among the most sought-after in higher education" and "with almost 10 applicants per place, Nottingham is one of the hardest universities to get into in the UK".


The University of Nottingham Students' Union is heavily involved with providing student activities at the university and has more than 190 student societies affiliated to it. A further 76 clubs are affiliated to the Students' Union's Athletic Union. University of Nottingham participates yearly in the Varsity Series, a number of sporting events between the students and staff of the university and traditional rivals Nottingham Trent University. In 2008 the Students' Union won the Participation Award at the NUS Awards for significantly increasing the participation levels of student members. According to the latest statistics compiled by the Higher Education Statistics Agency, University of Nottingham is the UK's fifth largest university based on total student enrollment, with over 30,000 students from more than 130 countries. Further, in 2009 the university received over 41,000 applications, placing it in the top 5 most popular universities in the UK. However, the university has traditionally been popular with many British public schools, with privately educated students making up approximately a third of the student body.
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The address of University of Nottingham is University Park, Nottingham, NG7 2RD, UK.

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The Website of University of Nottingham is www.nottingham.ac.uk.

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