The University of Nottingham is renowned internationally as a center for academic excellence. This is due to the teaching excellence and outstanding reputation with academic institutions and employers throughout the world. The University is also recognized for its research, much of which is considered internationally important. Students may take classes in the following subject areas:
School of American and Canadian Studies (including the Institute of Film and Television Studies)
School of English Studies
School of History
School of Humanities (comprising: Department of Archaeology, Department of Art History, Department of Classics, Department of Music, Department of Philosophy, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, School of Modern Languages and Cultures)
School of Biology
School of Biomedical Sciences
School of Biosciences
School of Chemistry
School of Computer Science
School of Mathematical Sciences
School of Pharmacy
School of Physics and Astronomy
School of Psychology (Please note that all the courses offered by the Division of Psychiatry and Applied Psychology come within the School of Medicine and are postgraduate level, students are not able go on exchanges with these courses. Students are able to take undergraduate courses in Psychology and Neuroscience with permission from the school.)
Please note: The University of Nottingham's Fall semester exam schedule runs through January. If you are planning on attending for the Fall semester only, please contact the program coordinator to determine if sitting early for exams is possible. In the event it is not, please consider a Spring semester or completing an Academic Year.
You can search the University of Nottingham's course catalog here.