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International Education Week

Monday 11 - Friday 15 November 2013

International Education Week is a celebration of internationalisation, cultural diversity and interaction, and study abroad opportunities for all students and staff at The University of Nottingham. Details of all events are below.

Events are open to all and are free of charge unless otherwise stated and marked with ££.   

Download the printed programme for International Education Week 2013.

If you have any questions please contact the International Office

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International Education Week
 

Monday

Time Venue Details
12.00
Room A46, Trent Building, University Park
Summer School information session
13.00
Room C20, Portland Building, University Park
Global skills, global perspectives: go international in Nottingham with the Careers and Employability Service
13.00 Room B37, Psychology Building, University Park
Study Abroad Opportunities for Psychology students

 

Tuesday

Time Venue Details
10.00 Atrium, Portland Building, University Park Campus Locally Global Festival with the University of Nottingham Students' Union
10.00  Room C15, Chemistry Building, University Park Campus Study Abroad Opportunities for Chemistry students in the School of Chemistry
11.00 Room A35, Trent Building, University Park Campus Study Abroad Opportunities for students in the School of English
12.00 Room A42, Sir Clive Granger Building, University Park Campus Study Abroad Opportunities for students in the School of Economics
12.30 Room B012 Main Building, Sutton Bonington Campus Study Abroad Opportunities for students in the School of Biosciences
13.00 Room B07 Engineering and Science Learning Centre, University Park Campus Study Abroad Opportunities for first and second year Engineering students
13.00 Room B18, Law and Social Sciences Building, University Park Campus Study Abroad Opportunities for students in the School of Sociology and Social Policy
13.00 The Hub, Computer Science building, Jubilee Campus Study Abroad Opportunities for students in the School of Computer Science
17.00 Room A18, Si Yuan Centre, Jubilee Campus China Seminar: Conceding to thrive: Taiwan's alternative path to democracy
20.00 Djanogly Theatre, Lakeside, University Park Campus Kala Chethena Kathakali Company ££ 

 

Wednesday

Time Venue Details
12.00
Atrium, Portland Building, University Park
Study Abroad Fair: find out how you can study abroad!
16.15 Room C40 Trent Building, University Park Ruth Klueger, Walter Kempowski and Victor Klemperer Remembering the War
17.15 Highfields House, University Park Mediterranean Homesick Blues - the Year Abroad Experience (part of the Festival of Languages and Culture

 

Thursday

Time Venue Details
11.30  Room A11, Highfields House, University Park
Campus
Study Abroad Opportunities for students in the Faculty of Cultures, Languages and Area Studies
12.00 Room A42, Sir Clive Granger Building, University Park
Study Abroad Opportunities for students in the School of Geography
13.00 Djanogly Theatre, Lakeside, University Park Campus Lunchtime talks: Propaganda online: Windows on War. Soviet Posters 1943-1945 Free admission but please book in advance by calling 0115 8467777
13.00 LR11 Plant Sciences Building, Sutton Bonington Campus Operation Wallacea information session for students of Science
17.15 Room A48 Sir Clive Granger Building, University Park Screening of Thomas Bernhard's play Heldenplatz (for speakers of German only)

 

Friday

Time Venue Details
 14.00 Atrium, Portland Building, University Park
International Tea House: a free cup of tea, meet people from all over the world!
18.00 Room A1, Highfields House, University Park Inaugural Lecture: A reusable past - the protest memory of abolitionism by Professor Zoe Trodd

 

International Office

C Floor, YANG Fujia Building
Jubilee Campus, Wollaton Road
Nottingham NG8 1BB, UK

telephone: +44 (0) 115 951 5247
fax: +44 (0) 115 951 5155
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