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How the new Graduate visa could transform careers for international students

Description
It may have been announced with little fanfare but 1 July was a particularly significant date for thousands of international students thanks to a new graduate route recently announced by the UK government. The new Graduate visa is hugely valuable for international graduates looking for work in the UK – and likewise for universities like Nottingham in recruiting international students. We learn more about its significance.
Date:
27/07/2021

Memory Lane: Henley 1958

Memory Lane: Henley 1958
Description
As we approach this year's Henley Regatta, one of England's quintessential sporting events, take a trip back to 1958 with alumnus Professor Michael Blackburn (Chemistry Ph.D, 1956-1959), who rowed as part of our Boat Club's crew over 60 years ago.
Date:
22/07/2021

The Big Picture: A new-look Nottingham Castle

The Big Picture: A new-look Nottingham Castle
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Join us for a look behind the scenes of Nottingham Castle and its new Rebellion Gallery through the eyes of curator Dr. Richard Gaunt, as it reopens to the public after a three year refurbishment.
Date:
22/06/2021

Memory Lane: University football in 1962

Memory Lane: University football in 1962
Description
Following the recent FA Cup final we take a look back through the archives, all the way to 1962 with alumnus Alan Williams (Industrial Economics, 1964). He shares the story of the university's footballing exploits in 1962 and 1963, from one near miss to a cup final success!
Date:
21/05/2021

Graduating to the frontline

Graduating to the frontline
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Read the story of Abbey Bracken (Medicine, 2020), a Nottingham Potential scholarship recipient and one of 6,000 medical students across the UK fast-tracked into service last summer to help tackle the Covid-19 outbreak.
Date:
21/05/2021

A time unlike any other

A time unlike any other
Description
Daniel Ronen (MBA, 2000) reflects on the impact of Covid-19 on businesses and how his organisation, UAVaid, is supporting communities through the pandemic.
Date:
30/04/2021

Staying ahead of the game

Staying ahead of the game
Description
Understanding a rapidly changing environment can be the key for organisations to ensure their business thrives in an evolving competitive landscape. We speak to Emma Aherne, Sales Manager at Palletways and current Executive MBA student, about how her MBA is helping to give her, and her organisation, a competitive edge.
Date:
30/04/2021

Imagining the 'post-pandemic' workplace

Imagining the 'post-pandemic' workplace
Description
We predict how the workplace will look in coming months and years with alumnus and PwC Chairman Kevin Ellis, along with Nottingham University Business School academics Dr Terri Simpkin, Dr Aditya Jain and Dr Simona Spedale.
Date:
29/04/2021

Dan Warne: From Deliveroo to diversifying during a pandemic

Dan Warne: From Deliveroo to diversifying during a pandemic
Description
We speak to Dan Warne (History, 2007) for his unique insight into establishing a business during a pandemic. The former Managing Director at Deliveroo left in late 2019 to establish his own start up in the hospitality sector.
Date:
29/04/2021

Memory Lane: The opening curtain for the New Theatre

Memory Lane: The opening curtain for the New Theatre
Description
When Peter Roper (Agriculture/Horticulture, 1971) started as a fresher in 1968, student productions took place in the Great Hall or more unsuitably on the ground floor of the old engineering block as it was then. He became the first ever manager of the New Theatre and shares the story of its origins.
Date:
27/04/2021
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