The University of Nottingham

Reviews

Anonymous

Library not 24 hour, not great facilities, not a fan of their moodle either, buildings very old however this is jubilee campus. The grounds are very pretty though

Anonymous

The course I do at uni is industrial economics and the modules are really good because they are very business focused so I feel like it will actually get me ready for the real world. There is always someone to help as well and there are lots great facilities including 4 libraries and 2 gyms

Anonymous

The university is great for undergraduate students with so many societies and lots of social events. The sports facilities are great especially gym classes, however the gym can get quite full at times. University park campus is brilliant with lots of shops in the main Portland building, however there are less shops around the rear of campus. The campus is beautiful and has a wonderful walk around the lake where you can see lots of wildlife

Anonymous

Overall, amazing campus facilities and staff. Nothing really bad to say about the uni facilities or timetabling. A lot of effort is put into the campus being greener and the uni really does care for every students' uni life and beyond. Every opportunity is made available to you. It really is a uni experience.

Anonymous

The campus is lovely and there is lots of greenery! The use of the website moodle is very useful for reviewing lecture notes. The lecturers are helpful and respond quickly to emails. The newly built David Ross Sports Village is huge and has lots of facilities; the fitness suite has a wide range of machines. There are regular career fairs where students can learn about different employers.

Anonymous

The campus is lovely and the greenery is really nice! The use of the website moodle is very useful for reviewing lectures as notes are regularly uploaded online after lectures. The lecturers are very helpful and always respond quickly to emails. The university also provides lots of career events where students can find outs lots of information about employers. The newly built David Ross Sports Village has many facilities available and the fitness suite is very big.

Anonymous

The campus is just amazing. I really enjoy my course,as it has lots of different things to explore. Also there is a variety between lectures,workshops,practicals and tutorials that is really amazing as this give me the opportunity to deepen my knowledge. Furthermore, the freshers week was just amazing despite the fact that I was really nervous and stressed as I was in a new environment. There, I had the chance to meet lots of new friends, with the most of them we still together until now. It is really important to note that the staff and the academics of the university are really helpful,as everyone is here to help us.

Anonymous

Great uni and it has everything you need! Good society's and student union!!! Good variety of sports plus clubs in nottingham are great, I reccomend the bodega :)

Anonymous

The university firstly has a beautiful campus, very green with lots of state of the art buildings. My course is taught very well and the facilities are fantastic - libraries and study rooms are always available and well equipped for revising in. The careers services are really useful, I have made appointments to get CV help and found these really useful. A brilliant university with fantastic opportunities.

Anonymous

I'm a first year BA geography student and love the course so far. The modules are really interesting and you get a wide range of knowledge in your first year which helps work out what exactly you want to do later.

Anonymous

It's a really friendly place. Very good student life. The campus's are quite large. People a very friendly.

Anonymous

Nottingham university is a wonderful establishment. The courses are of a very high standard, I can particularly say this of its English BA which has incredibly engaging lecturers and professors and modules that cover a vast number of topics and specialties. There does not, however seem to be money to go into the assistance of the degree as the arts library is run down and often does not have the books on module lists. The SU is very good - we have a bar on campus which serves great food and cheap drinks but you have to go into town to go clubbing.

Anonymous

Great university with excellent contacts in all industries. They also provide a wide variety of facilities to help you make the most out of your university experience.

Anonymous

I found the University of Nottingham to be a welcoming place to live and study. The campus is beautiful and the teaching staff were engaging and interested in your development. University news was well communicated and the campus had good amenities.

Anonymous

Excellent university overall. Huge investment in sport recent years, bringing it up to top 3 for sport in the UK. The science departments are also some of the best, with a gold standard of teaching.

Anonymous

The university and campus is beautiful and well kept, with regular garderens making sure everything is tidy. Although there is some building work going on, the campus remains peaceful and accessible. The courses are interesting and independent, allowing for a wide breadth of study and a lot of personal choice. The student union is fairly quite, only hosting a few events a month but generally there are good vibes and plenty of entertainment provided by other residents in your halls.

Anonymous

Very nice tutors who go above and beyond their call of duty for the students. Campus is very pretty and nice to be at

Anonymous

Beautiful campus which is always great to explore with opportunities to ride on the lake, play mini golf and many other opportunities. From a Maths degree prospective the building is brand new and there are many private study rooms with whiteboards to avoid distractions. Student Union is currently under construction but it does have many places to eat, but it does lack a nightclub. But places in town accommodate for this.

Anonymous

Careers service was not useful to me, was basically a man with a computer who googles the career you suggest you're interested in, something that you can obviously do yourself at home (and probably already have done to suggest a career in the first place) Amazing campus, SU was okay..never really came in use for me personally though. Course was also okay.. required more emphasis on plants as well as human/animal biology and possibly more applied modules.

Anonymous

The university has a set of beautiful campuses (University Park is the biggest and greenest) and a fantastic new fitness centre with pretty much every kind of facility you could wish for. The surrounding student living areas are really good and the town itself is a great uni town; cheap, great nightlife etc. In general, the quality of life is pretty sweet here. In terms of the education received, the Law course was very good though quite academic and so perhaps not as good for those wanting something more vocational. They also don't spend a lot on us Social Science students and the library facilities could be quite strained during exam times.

Anonymous

I love the environment here. The lecturer are super helpful. Boating also available at the lake. The lab also loads with bunch of computers. Shuttle bus every 25/ 30 minutes and free for students. What more could you ask for...

Anonymous

The campus is really pretty and quite easy to get around. The lecturers are mostly good. I don’t think you get given enough help in the transition from a levels to uni. They didn’t give us a way to make friends so it would be hard if you were a shy person.

Anonymous

Great campus, with very approachable acedemics and PhD students who are happy to help. Engineering research groups mean that you have access to the best facilities!

Anonymous

The campus was gorgeous, with very open green areas. I found that many of the lecturers were not very helpful and that a lot of the time it was easier to solve problems myself than to expect help from them. The gym was very good, having been massively refurbished, with many facilities including a climbing wall.