Canada

   
   

General information 

At nearly 10 million square kilometres in total, Canada is the second largest country in the world. It consists of 10 provinces and three territories and is home to much outstanding natural beauty, featuring bright blue glacial lakes, rivers, mountains, rolling plains and forests, all on a collossal scale. Canada's remote forests are home to wildlife, from bears, wolves, beavers, deer, and mountain lions, to smaller animals like chipmunks and racoons.

Canada has two national languages: English and French. The academic year runs from September to May.

Please note that some partners may not be available for exchange for a particular academic year, if this is the case it is stated below.

CANADA

 
  Partner universities
 
Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec

Concordia University website

Fast Facts:

  • Language of instruction: English and French
  • Number of students enrolled: 46,000
  • Number of campuses: 2
  • Autumn Semester Equivalent: September – December
  • Spring Semester Equivalent: January - April
  • Montreal ranks first worldwide in the “Student View” category of the QS Best Student Cities 2018 index

About

Founded in 1974 as a result of the merger of Sir George Williams University and Loyola College, Concordia is a public university in Québec with two campuses: one in downtown Montréal and the other in the city’s west end. Concordia University is among the largest urban universities in Canada and among the top-ranked universities founded within the last 50 years worldwide.

Areas of study include arts, sciences, engineering, computer science and business.

Location and language

  • 1.5 hour flight to Toronto and New York
  • 3 hour flight to Miami

Montreal is the second largest city in Canada, with a population of over 3 million and is one of the oldest cities in North America. It is located in the south of the beautiful province of Quebec. Concordia University’s Sir George Williams campus is located in the heart of downtown Montreal. The official language of Montreal is French and it is the second largest primarily French-speaking city in the Western world after Paris. Most citizens however are bilingual and you do not have to speak French to study at Concordia.

Things to do

From Montreal you can travel to nearby Quebec City and Toronto by bus or train. Montreal is only 37 miles from the United States border, bringing New York within easy reach. A number of winter sports including ice skating, ski-ing and snowboarding, are possible from Montreal.

Top attractions: Underground City (shopping area), Montreal's Notre-Dame Basilica, Mount Royal lookout and Jean-Talon Market.

Climate

Montreal is beautiful throughout all four distinct seasons. With average highs of 26°C in the summer and lows of -5°C in the winter, Montrealers fashionably adapt to the weather. In winter, enjoy crosscountry skiing and tobogganing in Mont-Royal Park or ice skating on one of the many outdoor rinks. With the underground city and extensive Metro system, it’s easy to keep warm. In the spring Montreal transforms. Outdoor patios open and parks fill with people relaxing, playing games, having picnics and enjoying the sunshine.

Finance 2019/20

Bursaries available for those accepted to study abroad at Concordia:

  • Means tested Global Travel Bursary of £750 dependent on household income for students starting their studies in 2016 or after. Students who started their studies before 2016 should see the finance webpage, as the award criteria differs (available to students classed as Home Students for fees purposes and accepted to study abroad as part of the University-wide exchange programme)

  • British Universities Transatlantic Exchange Association (BUTEX) scholarships: £500. See here for eligibility and further information

Approximate living costs per semester, compiled from student surveys and partner university website:

  • Return flight from UK (av. 7 hours): £450-800
  • Visa costs: $CAN*7-$150 (depending on nationality)
  • Health insurance (compulsory): $CAN 392-$1,176
  • Accommodation: approx. $CAN3,140 per semester
  • Travel insurance: approx. 94p. per day, depending on personal circumstances (taken from STA insurance estimate)

* Canadian Dollar

Approximate living costs are compiled from external sources and the partner university website.

 

More information on living costs

Accomodation

  • The vast majority of exchange students secure private rented accommodation in Montreal. Students who are planning to live off-campus are advised to allow 2 weeks to search for suitable accommodation in Montreal.
  • The Concordia Student Union (CSU) Off-Campus Housing and Job Bank (HoJo) provide a reliable source of housing information and assistance although students should be aware that they are responsible for locating and securing their own accommodation. See here for more information.
  • Limited accommodation is provided in a university residence downtown but this is not guaranteed. Students living in residence must enrol in the meal plan provided and should be aware that the cafeteria is not in the accommodation itself.

More about accommodation at Concordia

Application success rate

Percentage of students placed at this partner out of total applications received (including 1st, 2nd and 3rd choice).

2016/17 = 16%
2017/18 = 15%
2018/19 = 7%

Course information

Module Catalogue

More about studying abroad at Concordia University

Concordia disability support

 
 
McGill University, Montreal, Quebec

McGill University website.

This is only available as a 1st choice option

Fast facts:

  • Language of instruction: English & French
  • Number of students enrolled: 40,900+
  • Number of campuses: 2
  • Autumn Semester Equivalent: September – December
  • Spring Semester Equivalent: January – April

About

McGill is the oldest university in Montreal and one of just three English language universities in Quebec. McGill is recognized around the world for the excellence of its teaching and research programmes. The main campus of the university is in downtown Montreal at the foot of Mount Royal. The second campus is 18 miles west of the university in a more rural environment.

Areas of study include agricultural, environmental sciences, arts, engineering, law, management and sciences.

Location and language

  • 1.5 hour flight to Toronto and New York
  • 3 hour flight to Miami

Montreal is the second largest city in Canada, with a population of over 3 million and is one of the oldest cities in North America. It is located in the south of the beautiful province of Quebec. McGill’s downtown campus is located in the heart of the city.

The official language of Montreal is French and it is the second largest primarily French-speaking city in the Western world after Paris. Most citizens however are bilingual and you don’t have to speak French to study at McGill.

Things to do

From Montreal you can travel to nearby Quebec City and Toronto by bus or train. Montreal is a short flight from the United States border, bringing New York and Detroit within easy reach. The McGill International Student Network also arrange trips around Canada for exchange students. A number of winter sports including ice skating, ski-ing and snowboarding, are possible from Montreal.

Top attractions: Fortifications of Québec, Château Frontenac (in Old Québec), Petit-Champlain District and Montmorency Falls Park

Climate

Montreal is beautiful throughout all four distinct seasons. With average highs of 26°C in the summer and lows of -5°C in the winter, Montrealers fashionably adapt to the weather. In winter, enjoy cross-country skiing and tobogganing in Mont-Royal Park or ice skating on one of the many outdoor rinks. With the underground city and extensive Metro system, it’s easy to keep warm. In the spring Montreal transforms. Outdoor patios open and parks fill with people relaxing, playing games, having picnics and enjoying the sun

Finance 2019/20

Bursaries from the University of Nottingham available for those accepted to study abroad at McGill:

  • Means tested Global Travel Bursary of £750 dependent on household income for students starting their studies in 2016 or after. Students who started their studies before 2016 should see the finance webpage, as the award criteria differs (available to students classed as Home Students for fees purposes and accepted to study abroad as part of the University-wide exchange programme)

  • British Universities Transatlantic Exchange Association (BUTEX) scholarships: £500. See here for eligibility and further information

Approximate living costs per semester: 

  • Return flight from UK (av. 7 hours): £450-800
  • Visa costs: $CAN* 7-150 (depending on nationality)
  • Health insurance: (compulsory): approx. $CAN 330 per term
  • Accommodation: approx. $CAN2,836-3,372 per semester
  • Travel insurance: approx. 94p. per day, depending on personal circumstances (taken from STA insurance estimate)

* Canadian Dollar

Approximate living costs compiled from external sources and partner university website.

One of Montreal's most valuable assets is its low cost of living. Compared to other major world metropolises, the cost of living in Montreal is among the lowest.

More on living costs

Accommodation

The vast majority of exchange students secure private rented accommodation in Montreal. Students who are planning to live off-campus are advised to allow 2 weeks to search for suitable accommodation in Montreal. The McGill off campus housing office offers excellent advice and support for students, including a database of available rented accommodation.

There is very limited availability in McGill’s on-campus catered residences and apartment for exchange students. Nottingham students have always looked for accommodation in the private sector in the past.

Application success rate

Percentage of students placed at this partner out of total applications received (1st choice only option).

2016/17 = 16%
2017/18 = 15%
2018/19 = 7%

Module links and information

More about accommodation at McGill University

More about studying abroad at McGill University

McGill University disability support

 
 
The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia

The University of British Columbia website

This is only available as a 1st choice option

Fast Facts:

  • Language of instruction: English
  • Number of students enrolled: 60,000+
  • Number of campuses: 2
  • Academic year: September - April
  • Autumn Semester Equivalent: September – December
  • Spring Semester Equivalent: January - April

About

Founded in 1908, the University of British Columbia (UBC) opened in 1915 and since then has evolved into a leading research university now ranked as one of the top 20 public universities in the world. The University of British Columbia’s Vancouver campus is more than 400 hectares in size, surrounded by forest on three sides and ocean on the fourth and is just a 30 minute bus ride to Vancouver's downtown core.

Area of studies include arts, business, architecture, science, economics and law.

Location

  • 4 hour flight to Toronto
  • 2 hour flight to San Francisco
  • 1 hour flight to Seattle

Vancouver is the eighth largest city in Canada located on the edge of the Pacific Ocean and surrounded by mountains. Vancouver is well known as the gateway to Whistler, the famous ski resort. In the winter you will find some of the best skiing and snowboarding in North America on UBC’s doorstep. British Columbia is both a place full of natural wonder and active adventure.

Things to do

The Vancouver campus boasts some of the city's best attractions and recreation facilities, including the Museum of Anthropology, the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts, the UBC Botanical Garden and Centre for Plant Research, and endless opportunities to explore forested trails in the adjoining 763-hectare Pacific Spirit Regional Park.

Top attractions: Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver Aquarium, Granville Island Market, BC Palace Stadium and Grouse Mountain Skyride.

Travel opportunities

Vancouver is the eighth largest city in Canada located on the edge of the Pacific Ocean and surrounded by mountains. Vancouver is less than 1 hour from Seattle, just over 2 hours from San Francisco and 5½ hours from New York. Vancouver is well known as the gateway to Whistler. In the winter you will find some of the best skiing and snowboarding in North America. British Columbia is both a place full of natural wonder and active adventure.

Climate

Vancouver is Canada’s third wettest city with an average rainfall which is twice that of London.

Temperatures range from an average of 2ºC in the winter and 26ºC in the summer. Most rainfall occurs between October and March although rain and cloudy days are common at any time of year.

Finance 2019/20

Bursaries from the University of Nottingham available for those accepted to study abroad at UBC:

  • Means tested Global Travel Bursary of £750 dependent on household income for students starting their studies in 2016 or after. Students who started their studies before 2016 should see the finance webpage, as the award criteria differs (available to students classed as Home Students for fees purposes and accepted to study abroad as part of the University-wide exchange programme)

Approximate living costs per semester:

  • Return flight from UK (av. 10 hours): £500-800
  • Visa costs: $CAN* 7- 150 (depending on nationality)
  • Health insurance (compulsory): $CAN 250+
  • Accommodation: $CAN 3,000-4,000+ per semester
  • Travel insurance: approx. 94p. per day, depending on personal circumstances (taken from STA insurance estimate)

* Canadian Dollar

Approximate living costs compiled from external sources and partner university website.

Vancouver is ranked as the most expensive city in Canada by the Mercer Cost of Living Rankings 2017.

More on living costs

Accommodation

  • On campus accommodation: on-campus accommodation is not guaranteed to international students and is in high demand. There is a wide range of different kinds of accommodation available off campus.
  • Off campus accommodation: some students prefer to live off campus. Jericho beach and Kitsilano are areas that typically offer private student housing. There is an efficient bus network operating between campus and these locations.
  • Students do not tend to live in downtown Vancouver due to the distance from campus.

Further accommodation information

Application success rate

Percentage of students placed at this partner out of total applications received (1st choice only option).

2016/17 = 7%
2017/18 = 9%
2018/19 = 3%

Module catalogue

Module  information

Go Global provides lots of information for exchange students

UBC disability support

 
 
The University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus, Kelowna, British Columbia

University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus

Fast facts:

  • Language of instruction: English 
  • Number of students: 8,700
  • Opened in 2005
  • Students from 80 different countries
  • Academic year: September - April
  • Autumn Semester Equivalent: September – December
  • Spring Semester Equivalent: January - April

About

The University of British Columbia (UBC) is one of North America’s largest public research and teaching institutions, and one of only two Canadian institutions consistently ranked among the world’s 40 best universities. Purpose-built for the 21st century in 2005 UBC Okanagan has undergone rapid growth and is continuing the trend as one of Canada's fastest growing university campuses. The campus is located in the southern interior of the province, in British Columbia's scenic Okanagan Valley.

Areas of study include arts, sciences, creative and critical Studies, engineering and management.

Location

  • 5 hour drive or 1 hour flight to Vancouver
  • 4 ½ hour flight to Toronto
  • 5 ½ hour drive or 1 hour flight to Seattle

The campus is located in Kelowna, a town of
127,500 people in the Okanagan Valley in the heart of ski country.

Travel opportunities

The Okanagan campus is 5 minutes’ drive to the Kelowna International Airport which then gives access to the rest of Canada and even further afield.

There are many fantastic cities to visit including Vancouver which is a 1 hour flight or 4 hour drive,  and Niagara Falls and Montreal which are within a five hour flight. It is possible to drive through Canada to the U.S.A and the city of Seattle is particularly close to the border, with a five hour drive time.

Things to do

UBC Okanagan campus is located in the beautiful Okanagan Valley which is home to exceptional outdoor recreation opportunities. It is a region renowned for having ski resorts with terrain to satisfy every level of skiing and snowboarding ability with up to 7.5m of snow in a single season. There are buses from campus directly to the ski resort and the university even provides discounted buses at $10 on some evenings and weekends. 

More on skiing and outdoor adventure at Okanagan

There is easy access to swimming, paddling and water-skiing at the lake and waterfront.  For the less adventurous, it is also an area with many museums, galleries and over 300 scenic trails.

Further out the Myra Canyon Park and Lake Okanagan also provide plenty of opportunities to explore Canada’s landscape.

Climate

Kelowna’s climate is relatively mild for Canada. Warm summers are characterized by low humidity, along with winters with average lows of -7. It is also a very rainy region.  

Finance 2019/20

Bursaries from the University of Nottingham available for those accepted to study abroad at UBC Okanagan:

  • Means tested Global Travel Bursary of £750 dependent on household income for students starting their studies in 2016 or after. Students who started their studies before 2016 should see the finance webpage, as the award criteria differs (available to students classed as Home Students for fees purposes and accepted to study abroad as part of the University-wide exchange programme)

Approximate living costs per semester: 

    • Return flight from UK (av. 10 hours): £500 - 800
    • Visa costs: $CAN* 7- 150 (depending on nationality)
    • Health insurance (compulsory): $CAN 250+
    • Accommodation: $CAN3,000+ per term
    • Travel insurance: approx. 94p. per day, depending on personal circumstances (taken from STA insurance estimate)

* Canadian Dollar

Approximate living costs compiled from external sources and partner university website.  

More on housing costs

 Accommodation

On campus accommodation is guaranteed at Okanagan.

There are nine residence areas at the Okanagan campus. Most first year undergraduate are placed in halls with single furnished rooms with common areas for snacking and socializing.
Students also often have meal plans which are valid at more than 12 campus food spots and partner locations in Kelowna. The meal plan fees vary depending on the size of the plan you choose.

Some accommodation has compulsory meal plans others it is an optional extra. Check the cost of accommodation to see if the meal plan is included in the cost of accommodation or if you need to pay an added fee. There are also suite-style residences where upper year students and some graduate students also live.

For students wanting to live off campus UBC provides support and services for students. The University Centre is home to three, social spaces specially designed for students who commute to University.

When deciding where to live consider transportation access, proximity to grocery and drug stores, parking, and cost. Many students choose to live in neighbourhoods such as Lake Country, Ellison, Glenmore, and Rutland, and often live with other students to cut down on costs. 

Application success rate

Percentage of students placed at this partner out of total applications received (including 1st, 2nd and 3rd choice).

2016/17 = 27%
2017/18 = 21%
2018/19 = 4%

Further accommodation information

More about Okanagan campus

Module information and links

Watch an introduction to Okanagan video

Disability support

 
 

 

The University of Toronto, Scarborough Campus

The University of Toronto, Scarborough Campus

Fast facts:

  • Language of instruction: English 
  • Number of students: 9,000+
  • Students from 160+ different countries
  • Academic year: September - May
  • Autumn Semester Equivalent: September – December
  • Spring Semester Equivalent: January - May

About

Founded in 1827, the University of Toronto is widely acknowledged as one of the best universities in Canada and the world. The campus is a 300-acre site located in the Toronto suburb of Scarborough in the Highland Creek Valley, one of Toronto’s most spectacular natural settings.

Areas of study include arts, culture and media, Sciences, computer science, mathematics, english, management, political science, psychology, sociology and human geography.

Location

  • 45min drive to UT's St George Campus in downtown Toronto
  • 1 hour flight to Ottawa and Montreal
  • 1 ½ hours flight to New York and Chicago

The campus is next to popular natural landmarks in Toronto’s greenest area, and is situated in one of Toronto’s most diverse and multicultural
neighbourhoods..

The city of Toronto is the cultural, entertainment and financial capital of Canada. The city is home to more than 2.7 million people and is located in Southern Ontario on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario.

It is said that more than half of the people living in Toronto were not born in Canada. This has helped to make it one of North America's most culturally diverse and exciting cities, which is reflected in its internationally renowned restaurants and social and cultural resources.

Things to do

Toronto gives you the opportunity to visit world-famous landmarks including the CN Tower, the world’s tallest freestanding tower in the world, and Niagara Falls. Excellent sports and recreation facilities are available on campus and many students take advantage of Toronto's relatively long winters to enjoy one or more winter sports such as skating, skiing, etc.

Toronto Zoo, the largest in Canada is a 10min drive from Scarborough campus.

Scarborough is also home to two swimmable beaches, Bluffers Park Beach and Rough Beach and also has world class swimming facilities that were built for the PanAm games in 2015.

There are several parks in and close to Scarborough with beautiful scenary and many miles of nature and walking trails.

Top attractions: CN Tower (World’s Tallest Building), Canada’s Wonderland (themepark), Harbourfront Centre, St Lawrence Market & Hall and 401 Richmond. 

Travel opportunities

From Toronto you can travel to Montreal and Quebec City by bus or train. Toronto also enjoys excellent rail and bus connections with all major North American cities, bringing New York within easy reach. It is an excellent base for travelling around Canada and the USA.

Climate

Toronto's climate ranges from near tropical in the summer (up to 35° C), to occasional lows of -20° C in the winter, with an average winter temperature of -4.6ºC. The first snowfall in Toronto usually happens toward the end of November, but it is very light and usually melts away the same day. Heavier snowfalls usually happen between December and February, although it does not snow every day. Snow season usually finishes by the end of March

Finance 2019/20

Bursaries from the University of Nottingham available for those accepted to study abroad at Toronto:

  • Means tested Global Travel Bursary of £750 dependent on household income for students starting their studies in 2016 or after. Students who started their studies before 2016 should see the finance webpage, as the award criteria differs (available to students classed as Home Students for fees purposes and accepted to study abroad as part of the University-wide exchange programme)

Approximate living costs per semester: 

    • Return flight from UK (av. 10 hours): £450-700
    • Visa costs: $CAN* 7- 150 (depending on nationality)
    • Health insurance (compulsory): $CAN 54 per month
    • Accommodation: $CAN2,853-4,812
    • Estimated costs of living per month: approx. $CAN 1,500 - 2,500
    • Travel insurance: approx. 94p. per day, depending on personal circumstances (taken from STA insurance estimate)

* Canadian Dollar

Approximate living costs compiled from external sources and partner university website.  

Cost of living

Residence fees

Accommodation

University accommodation is guaranteed.

Exchange students who apply for registration at the Scarborough campus are guaranteed on-campus accommodation and will receive a residence offer at the time of admission.

Students have the option of on campus or off campus accommodation. There are two types of accommodation on campus; Townhouses or Apartments.

Townhouses are within a 5 minute walk to any U of T Scarborough class or facility. Each unit consists of 4-6 students and is self-contained and fully furnished with bedrooms, bathroom(s), a kitchen, storage area and a living room/dining room.

The Residence fees include all utilities (water, heat and electricity), ResNet (University wireless internet) and the Student Residence Council fee. A fully equipped kitchen gives students the ability to cook their own meals or an optional meal plan is available for purchase on campus.        

Apartments consists of four and three bedroom units - all come equipped with two bathrooms, a full kitchen, a living/dining room, and a storage room. One three-bedroom unit is available as accessible accommodation for any students with accessibility needs.

The Residence fees include all utilities (water, heat and electricity), ResNet (University wireless internet) and the Student Residence Council fee. Additional costs may include: meals (optional meal plan available), telephone, cable and laundry.

Further accommodation information

Application success rate

Percentage of students placed at this partner out of total application received (including 1st, 2nd and 3rd choice).

2017/18 = 25%
2018/19 = 40%

Module information and links 
University of Toronto exchange information

University of Toronto disability support

 

 

 
Memorial University of Newfoundland, Newfoundland

Memorial University of Newfoundland website

Facts

  • Language of instruction: English
  • Number of students enrolled: 18,000
  • Number of campuses: 4
  • Academic year: September - April
  • Autumn semester equivalent: September - December
  • Spring semester equivalent: January - April

About

Memorial University of Newfoundland was established as a memorial to the Newfoundlanders who lost their lives on active service during the First World War and subsequent conflicts. Memorial University is one of the largest universities in Atlantic Canada and the only university in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Areas of study include humanities, social sciences, sciences, engineering, business and music.

Location

  • 1 ½ hour flight to Halifax
  • 2 ½ hour flight to Montreal
  • 3 hour flight to Toronto
  • 3 hour flight to Prince Edward Island

Newfoundland and Labrador form the most easterly province of Canada and MUN is located in St. John's, which is the oldest city in North America. It is a unique and safe city which is attractive, friendly, rich in culture and has a total population of 150,000 inhabitants (2015).

The time difference between Newfoundland and the UK is only three and a half hours.

Things to do

The natural environment in Newfoundland and Labrador is an endless bounty of interesting and inspiring things to do. St. John's Newfoundland is the oldest city in North America and is a prime location for hiking, kayaking, swimming and skiing, as well as whale watching and fishing.

There are also a variety of intricate shops and boutiques, lively pubs and cafés and unique art galleries.

Top attractions: L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site, Johnson Geo Centre, Mistaken Point Ecological Reserve and Bonne Bay Marine Station.

Travel opportunities

Flight times to Halifax from St. John's is roughly 1.5 hours and 3.5 hours to either Toronto or New York. There are also regional airlines which service smaller destinations and operate flights within the province.
There are ferry routes between Labrador and Nova Scotia to either Port aux Basques or Argentia and you can also drive to the mainland of Canada, via Québec.

Climate

The island of Newfoundland has an average summer temperature of 16ºC (61ºF), while the winter hovers around 0ºC (32ºF). In Labrador, the winter climate is somewhat harsher, but temperatures can top 25ºC (77ºF) during the short but pleasant summers.

Finance 2019/20

Bursaries available for those accepted to study abroad at MUN:

  • Global Travel Bursary (means-tested): £750 dependent on household income for students beginning their studies in 2016. Students who started their studies before 2016 should see the finance webpage, as the award criteria differs (available to students classed as Home Students for fees purposes and accepted to study abroad as part of the University-wide exchange programme).

Approximate living costs per semester:

  • Return flight from UK (av. 6 hours): £330-500
  • Visa costs: $CAN* 7- $CAN 150 (depending on nationality)
  • Health insurance (compulsory): $CAN 207
  • Accommodation: $CAN 2,000-2,600+ per semester 
  • Travel insurance: approx. 94p. per day, depending on personal circumstances (taken from STA insurance estimate)

* Canadian Dollar

Approximate living costs compiled from external sources and the partner university website.

It is required that all students studying at MUN enroll in the foreign health insurance through MUN as a condition of registration. For more information please visit: 

MUN Health insurance

Cost of living

Accommodation

On-campus housing is available but is not guaranteed. In general, students staying for two semesters or more are more likely to be placed in on-campus accommodation. Other students will be placed as space is available. On-campus amenities include a sports centre, food court, campus bar and pub and bookstore. There are also live-in staff with academic support and free tutoring provided in the residence learning commons.

As the St. John's Campus is a residential area, there is off-campus accommodation which is relatively close to the campus. Staff co-ordinators can assist students to find such housing.

On-campus accommodation

Off-campus accommodation

Application success rate

Percentage of students placed at this partner out of total application received (including 1st, 2nd and 3rd choice).

2018/19 = 67%

Further information

Module information

MUN exchange

Student life at Memorial

MUN disability support

 
 

 

International Office

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

t: +44 (0) 115 951 5247
f: +44 (0) 115 951 5155
e: Email the Study Abroad team