The University of Nottingham

Reviews

Anonymous

Campus is nice lots of green space, teaching is varied and support is poor, especially for people with learning difficulties and when wanting help with careers or life after uni. Halls of residence are generally nice and transport to and from uni is good. Library facilities are greAt but food in halls is appalling. Great gym

Anonymous

I go to the UoN, and study Graduate Entry Nursing, so a masters in Children's Nursing. I have to say the lectures seem great, apart from the course is very much this is what not to do, and very little this is what you should do. The campus is easy to navigate around. And there are plenty of opportunities on placements at different hospitals throughout Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire.

Anonymous

Campus university opposed to city; big and good facilities in the main but coming from London, it's the state of the city of Nottingham I detest: very roadman and few amenities. Public transport exists but is a pain compared to London. Tram to anywhere costs £5 return which is almost as much as zone 1 peak time return with an Oyster card in London! But apart from that, good lectures and mostly engaging seminars.

Anonymous

Vey nice and friendly people, amazing campus surrounded by nature, and good school facilities. Students union are very well at guiding specially new students and making them familiar to the learning facilities and showing around the campus. Career services also give satisfactory guidance to future job opportunities and how to be in track of applying to different organizations.

Anonymous

Library not 24 hour, not great facilities, not a fan of their moodle either, buildings very old however this is jubilee campus. The grounds are very pretty though

Anonymous

The campus is really pretty and quite easy to get around. The lecturers are mostly good. I don’t think you get given enough help in the transition from a levels to uni. They didn’t give us a way to make friends so it would be hard if you were a shy person.

Anonymous

The campus of Nottingham was initially the most attractive aspect of joining. There are many places to eat especially in the Portland building and there are external activities such as minigolf and rowing on the lake which are also available to do on campus. The facilities are generally modern and well maintained, and effort there are many places to eat especially in the Portland building and there are external activities such as minigolf and rowing on the lake which also available to do on campus. The facilities are generally modern and well maintained, and The University off and develops new aspects of campus during holiday seasons. I have had little involvement with the student union and career services. Whilst this is partially down to personal choices, I do feel that it is difficult to ask for help sometimes. I also have very little interaction with lecturers and tutors but I am aware that they are there if need be. Overall the University organises my course efficiently however it would be useful if they would share my module choices before the start of the term so I can make corrections - There are often errors in the system.

Anonymous

The campus is beautiful, with great facilities and lots to do. From an activities perspective it’s gresg. However you will find that student services are very poor and nobody really cares about you if you don’t do a STEM subject. Where scientists and engineers will be given monitors, keyboards, textbooks, computers etc. to help them with their course, arts students receive next to no funding and they kind of seem apathetic that you’re there at all. If you do history be prepared for lecturers who aren’t interested in teaching, and are more interested in having a base for their research - seeing their lecturing role as secondary to their research role. Also if you do joint honours be prepared for nobody to have any idea how to advise you on course administration. Notts has a great nightlife and an amazing campus with good facilities (although halls are a bit grim) but equally they just don’t reslly care about students once they’re there.

Anonymous

Everything was good until the strikes. After the strikes the university have not properly helped students in their revision for examinations and we all feel unprepared.

Anonymous

I transferred to Nottingham University Park Campus in my final year. In my opinion, facilities , services are great. Lecturers are professional , but improvement on approachable to students needed.

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Anonymous

On Sutton bonington campus. A lovely open and family like campus which is lovely to be able to study at. The Campus however has a college feel. Everyone knows everyone and at times feels rather gimicy. Difficult to access but everybody here is lovely and an easy campus to make friends and get involved in SB activities.

Anonymous

I'm a third year at nottingham now and absolutely love the social life at notts (especially the night out), and the location!! I'm at sutton bonington campus (so its miles out of town - £25 taxi home) however Kegworth is a lovely little town. The campus is really lovely too however some of the courses structures and organisation of courseworks and exams are slacking compared to other universities.

Anonymous

Staff are very friendly, the course I’m on is run very well and our employability appears to be good!

Anonymous

The campus is very very good along with the facilities present. The nightlife is great along with event organisation. Only problem the gym gets well too busy and they really need to have a live app that tells how busy it is.

Anonymous

The university cares about the welfare of the students and want every student to reach their full potential. The career team especially for engineers are very efficient. They work tirelessly to make sure the students get the best of every job opportunity present.