School of Humanities
      

    China and Malaysia

    Nottingham is a truly global university with campuses in China and Malaysia as well as Nottingham.

    This offers opportunities for both staff and students to research and study.

    High Street Ningbo Campus

    High Street, Ningbo Campus

     

    China campus

    Since 2004 Ningbo campus (a historic city on China's eastern coast) has been providing opportunities to study the Nottingham way. 

    University of Nottingham Ningbo China website

    Malaysia Campus

    The purpose-built campus at Semenyih, 30km south of Kuala Lumpur city centre, caters for 4500 students. It combines a high-quality living environment with state-of-the-art learning, teaching and research facilities.

    University of Nottingham Malaysia website

     

    Study with us

    Both China and Malaysia provide opportunities to study humanities themes as part of their degree programmes.

    China

    The School of International Studies in Ningbo, China was formed by our Department of History and School of Politics and International Relations. It offers degrees at undergraduate, Masters and PhD levels.

    School of International Studies

    Malaysia

    The School of Politics, History and International Relations, in Semenyih, Malaysia offers foundation, undergraduate, masters and PhD opportunities.

    School of Politics, History and International Relations

     

     

    Study abroad

    Both China and Malaysia offer fantastic opportunities for humanities students from Nottingham to study abroad as part of their degree.

    Study abroad

    Research

    Our links to China and Malaysia offer increased opportunities to:

    • pursue research with a global impact
    • exchange knowledge across disciplines
    • bring different perspectives to bear on traditional subjects.
    The Asia Research Institute, Malaysia has eased my access to numerous institutions. They've helped me build relationships with scholars at other important research centres there, such as the University of Malaya.
     

    Dr Jeremy Taylor

    China Cultural Visiting Hub (CCVH)

    The CCVH is a network of academics with diverse interests in the museums, galleries and heritage sector in China.

    The network includes:

    • China experts (for example, in culture, history and art)
    • subject specialists in other disciplines whose research has international relevance (such as archaeology and digital humanities).

    CCVH website

     

     

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