University of Nottingham

The University of Nottingham is present in Nottingham, United Kingdom. This public research university got its Royal Charter in the year 1948, its antecedent institution, University College; Nottingham has existed from the year 1881.

This university has opened new campuses in Ningbo, China and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. This university has been portrayed as the “only truly global university” in Britain by the Times.

This university possessed over 49000 applications for 5500 places in the year 2012, thereby allowing it to be the most famous university in the UK. Education in UK is always highly regarded and so is this university since it offers great education to the students, ever since it was founded.

This university was described as a “prime alternative to Oxbridge” by the Times. This university constantly ranks among the top ten in the UK in the most highly regarded world and national rankings. It is specifically strong in traditional courses like Economics, Law, Medicine and Pharmacy. Entry into such courses are amongst the most competitive in the UK. This university provides for the majority of courses at the university range between A*AA and AAB at A-Level, with the average new student in the year 2011 attaining nearby 440 UCAS points.