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International campuses

Connect with our China and Malaysia campuses via their social media pages:

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University blogs

Visit our blogs website - catch up with the latest University news and events, hear about current research, and discover exciting opportunities. 

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Recent blog posts

Confucius doesn’t live here anymore
Written by Sam Crane. In today’s China, the philosopher Confucius is back. To mark his 2,565th birthday this September, the nation’s President, Xi Jinping, paid homage to the sage at an international conference convened for the occasion. “Confucianism,” Xi said, is key to “understanding the national characteristics of the Chinese as well as the historical roots ...

Bats find safe haven on University Park
Just in time for Halloween, the Grounds team have been putting up roosting boxes for the flourishing bat population at University Park. The bats are attracted to growing numbers of insects which in turn are thriving as the University encourages wildlife-rich meadow grassland. Grounds staff are putting up more bat boxes for the two most ...

From Spider Lab to Spider House
Spider expert Dr Sara Goodacre from The University of Nottingham’s School of Life Sciences joined a team of experts in the BBC Four’s Spider House last night for a Halloween special. Sara, who heads up the University’s Spider Lab, helped them peer into the private life of a creature that can frighten or fascinate. If ...