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From the great railways and suspension bridges of the 19th century to the modern-age need for a more sustainable, low carbon society, engineers have always been at the forefront of exciting developments. Here at the University of Nottingham, we are working on new technologies that will change the way we build our homes and travel and communicate around the globe. We are playing a pivotal role in developing new medical technologies that will enable better care and treatment in our hospitals, and developing products and manufacturing systems that are both endurable and economical.
We aim to become a global leader in our areas of excellence, and have invested in the facilities and infrastructure to create the next generation of elite engineers, ready and capable of responding to the challenges of an ever globalizing society. With an already vibrant community of international students, our goal is to attract the most talented, enthusiastic and innovative students from around the world.
Our internationally renowned research groups, centres and institutes play a pivotal role in conducting advanced research into as areas diverse as optic systems, geomatics research and sustainable environmental technologies. With over 180 academic staff, 2,500 undergraduates and 800 postgraduates, the University of Nottingham’s Faculty of Engineering has been consistently ranked within the top 5 departments in the United Kingdom, with over 75% of its research activity being classed as ‘world-leading.’
With six newly established inter-disciplinary research divisions and well established partnerships with both private companies and public sector institutions, the Faculty of Engineering is a vibrant and supportive environment to work in. Providing state-of-the-art experimental and computational facilities, we have attracted leading scholars and expert research fellows as well as dynamic student body, drawn from over 150 countries around the world.
The University of Nottingham offers a range of support for international students, with a dedicated International Office to assist with a range of issues including immigration, finance, scholarships, employment and studying in the United Kingdom. We would like to extend our welcome to the next generation of engineers, from all around the world.Tags: new medical technologies, public sector institutions, research fellows, suspension bridges, university of nottingham