About the Jubilee Graduate Centre
The Jubilee Graduate Centre (JGC) has been developed exclusively for postgraduates and early career research staff. There is a lot on offer to support you during your time here, so become part of our community, develop your skills and make the most of the opportunities provided for you.
The centre is accessible 24-hours a day, including weekends and holiday periods. You will be provided with the JGC door code when you start studying with us. You will need your university card to access the XU Yafen Building (formerly Amenities Building) out of hours.
Facilities and Services
The Jubilee Graduate Centre offers a range of facilities, including a seminar room which seats up to 30 people, a lounge area with comfortable chairs and tables, Wi-Fi, three networked computers and a well equipped kitchen.
Postgraduates and Early Career Researchers may book the seminar room. It can be used for study/reading groups, to practice presentations or hold other kinds of events relating to your study or work at the University.
Claire O'Callaghan is the member of the Graduate School's Research Training and Development Team who has specific responsibility for supporting training and development activities in the JGC. Claire is at the Graduate Centre on a regular basis to provide researchers with the opportunity to discuss issues related to career and professional development needs. Claire works part-time and is available in the JGC on varying days.
Brenda Canales is the Jubilee Graduate Centre (JGC) Coordinator for 2017/2018 acddemic year. She is originally from Mexico but has been a postgraduate student at The University of Nottingham for 3 and a half years. Her role as Grad Cenre Coordinator is to make sure that everything is running smoothly and I will keep you informed about all the events planned for the academic year. Feel free to ask her any questions and give any suggestions about events and things that can be improved.