Much of geography is international in its outlook, in relation to both teaching and research. The School of Geography is committed to building its links with people and institutions around the world, based on our work in the UK and on our campuses in China (UNNC) and Malaysia (UNM).
We hope that the information presented here will provide access to what we are doing now and help you do what you want to do in the future.
School of Geography research areas
Staff and students in the School of Geography have research projects in many countries around the world.
For further information please consult the webpages for our four research themes:
Undergraduate and taught masters students
For current geography students there are a variety of schemes supporting international exchanges.
There is also information for international students and students at UNNC and UNM wanting to spend part of their degree at the University of Nottingham.
International travel for research purposes
Guidance in relation to travel is constantly evolving, based on advice from the FCO. Please consult the latest advice from the University’s Safety Office.
Note that additional risk assessments are required in the context of Covid-19 risk reduction.
There is now a Global Engagement Hub with updates about current activities and relevant calls. Is also has links to information about support for developing international research collaborations, setting up MOUs/MOAs and policies for international visitors.
The University continues to be global in its outlook and support for the development of international activities is available through both its Office for Global Engagement. To share information with collaborators and partners external to the university, please use the link to the Global Engagement webpage.
Due to the Covid-19 outbreak opportunities and support for international travel during the academic year 2020-21 will be very limited.
The University’s International Research Collaboration Fund has been suspended, as has the Faculty Intercampus Mobility Fund.