We know it's not always possible for you to join us at an Open Day, but don't worry, our campuses are open to the public all year round.
You're welcome to drop by and explore Jubilee Campus at any time that suits you. To help you find your way around, we've highlighted some of the key buildings on campus below.
To follow the self-guided tour, we recommend you use our campus map as the building numbers and map references correspond to this map. However, you can also use Google Maps to navigate our campus too, just search for the name of the building on the app.
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Before you arrive, please check our parking website, as restrictions and charges may apply. The main visitors car park (C1) on Jubilee Campus is located off Wollaton Road, next to the main entrance and Melton Hall (C).
We estimate this tour will take around 30 minutes.
1: Start your tour at Business School North – 1/D1
The Business School North houses some of Nottingham University Business School’s services and facilities. Including teaching rooms, the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility, postgraduate careers and student experience.
2: The Exchange – 2/D2
With the Business School North on your right and the lake on your left, walk south.
Services and facilities include the Terrazo Café, SPAR shop, teaching rooms, lecture theatres, student study areas and Student Services Centre. A Hopper Bus Service to University Park Campus runs from in front of the Exchange.
3: The Sir Harry and Lady Djanogly Learning Resource Centre – 3/D2
Behind The Exchange (2/D2) is the Sir Harry and Lady Djanogly Learning Resource Centre. This library houses books and resources for the Schools of Education and Computer Science and is home to the Commonwealth Education Documentation Centre. It is named after active philanthropists, Sir Harry and Lady Djanogly, who have contributed to the founding of many public venues in Nottingham.
4: Computer Science Building – 4/D2
Continue to walk south. Next to The Exchange (2/D2) you will find the Computer Science Building. Here you can find specialist computer labs with 24-hour access for our students, teaching rooms and study spaces.
5: The Atrium – 5/D2
Continue to walk south. The Atrium serves breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner for students living in the catered halls of residence on Jubilee Campus. Self-catered students can also purchase meals from here, as well as our visitors. So this is a perfect place to grab a bite to eat when on campus.
Cut through the Atrium and head east towards Triumph Road, walking between Newark Hall (A/E2) and Southwell Hall (B/E2). If the Atrium is closed, walk back towards the Exchange (2/D2) and take the footpath around the buildings.
6: Newark Hall and Southwell Hall – A and B/E2
With a population of over 400 residents Newark and Southwell halls are two of our most modern university halls. Both are fully catered with meals served at The Atrium.
When reaching the end of the road turn right onto Triumph Road and walk south.
7: Jubilee Sports Centre and Costa Coffee – 30/F2
Jubilee Sports Centre houses a 100-station fitness suite, spin studio, two sports halls, eight badminton courts, a squash court and a full-sized 3G rubber crumb pitch. Students living in our Jubilee and University Park Campus accommodation can access our sports centres through the free Active Living package.
Next door, is Costa Coffee, where you can stop for a break and a refuel.
8: Yang Fujia Building – 10/E3
Continue to walk south on Triumph Road, on the opposite side of the road, you’ll see the Yang Fujia Building.
Named in honour of outgoing Chancellor Professor Yang Fujia. Services and facilities include seminar rooms and the Professional Services Hub used by our staff.
9: Xu Yafen Building – 11/E3
Next to Yang Fujia is the Xu Yafen Building. In here you can find a Faith Centre, the Graduate Centre and seminar rooms. On the ground floor there's also the Aspire café, which serves hot and cold food and beverages, if you'd like a break during the tour.
10: Nottingham Innovation Park – 12 and 19/F3
Opposite Yang Fujia (10/E3) and Xu Yafen (11/E3) and as you continue south on Triumph Road, you'll see Innovation Park.
This part of our campus provides first-class office space and facilities for business. Currently, 87 businesses are based here including the Ingenuity Lab which supports 189 student businesses, and comprises the Nottingham Geospatial Building (3/F3), Institute of Mental Health (17/F2), GSK Carbon Neutral Laboratory for Sustainable Chemistry (31/F4) and more.
11: Si Yuan Centre – 9/E3
Continue south down Triumph Road and go down the footpath on the right after The Sir Colin Campbell Building (12/F3).
At the end of the path, you will find the low-carbon Si Yuan Centre. Officially opened by the Chinese Ambassador and Lord Prescott, the Si Yuan Centre houses the School of Contemporary Chinese Studies and the prestigious Nottingham Confucius Institute.
12: Business School South – 7/E3
Walk north along the lake. Business School South is another teaching and study area for Nottingham University Business School students on Jubilee Campus. You can also find the Business Library on the top floor of this building.
13: Dearing Building – 6/D2
Continue walking north along the lake.
The Dearing Building is home of the School of Education, including the Centre for English Language Education (CELE). There are also study spaces and seminar rooms in this building.
And that's our Jubilee Campus.
To get back to the car park, turn around and head south along the lake, back to the Si Yuan Centre (9/E3) and turn left. Follow the path until you reach the car park.