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Welcome to our sector-leading facilities

We've invested millions into our buildings and cutting-edge equipment. We're constantly upgrading our buildings and technology to meet the latest learning, research and workplace needs.

Emma Tardrew

“Engineering isn't just sitting in a classroom or listening to lectures, it's hands-on learning. Using facilities like the wind tunnels, building gliders and working on project weeks. Those parts of it are so much fun.”

Emma Tardrew – MEng Aerospace Engineering student



Teaching facilities that prepare you for the world of work

Our graduates are highly sought after by employers in the UK and internationally, because we teach the technical and professional skills you need to be work-ready.

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The exact facilities and equipment you will use depends on your specific course. Facilities include:



Research facilities shaping the future

If you're looking for research facilities with a difference, then the University of Nottingham is right for you. From power electronics and advanced manufacturing, to sustainable energy technology and healthcare technologies - we have three research institutes, eight research centres and 20 research groups.

Where appropriate, we also use research facilities for teaching projects - but please note the exact facilities and equipment you will use depends on your specific course.

[Pictured: Research Acceleration and Demonstration Building on Jubilee Campus]

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Research Acceleration and Demonstration Building




View our facilities by subject

Undergraduate student studying a wind tunnel experiment

Aerospace Engineering

Academics working in the Saint Gobain Nottingham HOUSE on Green Close

Architecture and Built Environment

Undergraduate Chemical and Environmental students testing water friction losses across piping

Chemical and Environmental Engineering

PhD student using the 50G-Tonne Beam Centrifuge

Civil Engineering

Electrical engineering specialist technician using an Ultimaker 3D printer

Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Undergraduate students and staff member in Engineering Science Learning Centre study spaces

Foundation Engineering and Physical Sciences

Technician works with student on a centre lathe

Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

Undergraduate student using a virtual reality headset in the Product Design Studio

Product Design and Manufacture




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