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The Faculty of Arts provides a stimulating and welcoming community where you can discuss thoughts, debate ideas and develop your thinking. Our great range of facilities will allow you to nourish your interest in the arts - a theatre, galleries, museum, recital hall and libraries are all here on our inspirational campus for you to use and enjoy.

Professor Stephen Mumford
Dean of the Faculty of Arts 

 

A snapshot overview of the Faculty of Arts at The University of Nottingham.

 

Events

Faculty of Arts postgraduate open day

Date
26/11/2014
Description
Learn more about our extensive range of masters and research courses available in the Faculty of Arts

Evidentiality and Genre in Early Modern German

Date
26/11/2014
Location:
Trent A19
Description
Department of German Studies: Research Seminar

Time and Revolution in Early Soviet Literature

Date
26/11/2014
Location:
Highfield House A09
Description
The Nottingham Science Technology Culture Research Group is an interdisciplinary initiative concerned with theories about technology and the relations between science, technology and culture. Dr Hellebust is giving a lecture on 'Time and Revolution in Early Soviet Literature'

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Midlands3Cities Nottingham Masters Studentships

Description
We have14 Research Preparation Masters studentships for study commencing September 2015. These awards are available to outstanding students from the UK and EU who wish to pursue a Masters degree (MA or MRes) at the University of Nottingham in any area of the Arts and Humanities and areas eligible for AHRC funding in Law and Social Sciences.

Linguistic performance features in clinical skills exams - report published by King's College London with the University of Nottingham

Description
A research report published today by King's College London with the University of Nottingham has identified linguistic features that contribute to our understanding of the reasons why International Medical Graduates (IMGs) have a lower success rate than their UK counterparts in the UK's General Practice licensing examination. The research focused on linguistic and cultural factors that could affect performance and was designed to have a positive impact on the ongoing concern about differential pass rates.

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AHRC funding for UK and EU doctoral students

 

 

Faculty of Arts

University of Nottingham
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Nottingham, NG7 2RD

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email: helen.frost@nottingham.ac.uk