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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

China’s relations with Central and Eastern Europe
China’s relations with Central Eastern Europe countries entered into a new phase with the launch of the 16+1 initiative. This new multilateral framework offers opportunities posed by China’s growing presence in CEE region, as well as risk that such developments hold for particular countries. China’s “12 Measures for Promoting Friendly Cooperation with Central and Eastern ...

It’s Good to Be Back
  Goodbye rainforest paradise, hello Nottingham! (not that Nottingham isn’t nice) I am back after a lovely 6-week summer in Malaysia. Scorching weather without book in sight, non-stop flow of conversation and good company pretty much sums up my trip home. The heat was what prompted my family to go up into the highlands where it was ...

Making Good Decisions
Speakers: Dr Neil Sinclair and Dr Jules Holroyd, Department of Philosophy. Decisions: we face them every day of our lives, but making them isn’t always easy. From the seemingly trivial to the biggest life decisions, how do we know we’re making the ‘right’ choices? In business, we often face difficult decisions. Hiring, firing, planning, evaluating ...