The University of Nottingham is a global institution and our distinctive contribution is made possible through our international, tri-campus footprint.
This enables us to understand challenges that may be locally distinct, or globally shared. We understand both our students and partners economic, cultural and political environments, as well as the inter-connected world of contemporary business.
Whether you’re studying at our campuses in Nottingham, China or Malaysia, you will develop an international outlook. This broad view is especially important in business education.
Across the University, our students come from over 150 countries. Typically 40 per cent of our student population is from the UK, 12 per cent is Chinese, 7 per cent Indian and 5 per cent Malaysian. We also have students from Hong Kong, UAE, Singapore, USA, Australia, Nigeria, the Philippines, and Sarawak to name but a few.
We have a broad mix of nationalities among our staff who bring their knowledge, experience and acclaimed research from around the world.
The University of Nottingham was the first UK university to operate an independent campus on the Chinese mainland.
As a Nottingham University Business School student, there are plenty of opportunities for you to study abroad. You may have the opportunity to study at one of our overseas campuses, at a partner university in Europe, or further afield.
(Covid-19 travel restrictions permitting.)
Please be aware that study abroad, compulsory year abroad, optional placements/internships and integrated year in industry opportunities may change at any time for a number of reasons, including curriculum developments, changes to arrangements with partner universities or placement/industry hosts, travel restrictions or other circumstances outside of the university's control. Every effort will be made to update this information as quickly as possible should a change occur.
Our established campuses in three countries afford Nottingham a unique opportunity to explore what it means to be a leading university not only at home but also abroad, conducting cutting edge research across more areas, and providing a quality UK higher education to many more students than would otherwise be possible.