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Watch our latest vine videos covering open days, sport and tips for new students. 

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Join us on vkontakte, the largest social network for Russian speakers.

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Connect with us via this popular Chinese microblogging site. 

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View video content via the Chinese equivalent of YouTube.

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Subscribe to our WeChat app for the latest news and updates in Chinese.

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

Please support the University’s #MeantToBe campaign
As many of you will be aware, the University is placing a strong focus on student recruitment over the coming year. To kick start this, the External Relations team has recently launched a campaign based around the hashtag #MeantToBe, which will be running prior to, during and after A level Results Day.  Its aim is ...

Don’t fear the skyscraper – why London needs more tall buildings
By Philip Oldfield – writing for The Conversation Assistant Professor and Course Director, Masters in Sustainanble Tall Buildings at University of Nottingham and University of Nottingham British Science Association Media Fellow. From New York, to London, to Tokyo, tall buildings are a familiar – though not always popular – part of the cityscape. In Paris, there is vocal ...

To be or NOTTS to be (that is the cringey tagline)
The one piece of advice my form tutor (and probably your form tutor too) gave me when applying for university was not to apply based on the jazziness of its prospectus cover. Oopsie. 2013 was a great year for the Nottingham prospectus, so hats off to the marketing team because that’s the reason I picked ...