In the first week of May 2017, the University welcomed senior leaders from Universitas 21 for […]
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A visit to the Children’s Brain Tumour Research Centre inspired Life Cycle 4 riders.
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Tags: Campaign and Alumni Relations Office, CBTRC, Children’s Brain Tumour Research Centre, Dr Susan Anderson, Emma Pearson, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, lecturer in Pathology, Life Cycle 4, Rebecca Clark, Sam White, Vice-Chancellor Professor David Greenaway
The Impact campaign has raised £100m in just two years and is now more than two thirds of the way towards its target.
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Tags: Children’s Brain Tumour Research, David Ross, GlaxoSmithKline Carbon Neutral Laboratory for Sustainable Chemistry, Impact: The Nottingham Campaign, Life Cycle, Pop Art to Britart, Vice-Chancellor Professor David Greenaway
Vice-Chancellor Professor David Greenaway is to lead a major independent review that will shape the way doctors are trained in the UK.
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Tags: Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, Independent Review of the Shape of Medical Training, Medical Education England, NHS Education Scotland, NHS Wales, Northern Ireland Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety, the General Medical Council, the Medical Schools Council, Vice-Chancellor Professor David Greenaway
The University has announced plans to set undergraduate fees at £9,000 from 2012, subject to agreement by the Office for Fair Access (OFFA). At the same time, enquiries from prospective students are up.
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Tags: Browne Review, Dr Paul Greatrix, fees, Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), Nottingham Potential, Office for Fair Access (OFFA), Registrar, undergraduate open days, Vice-Chancellor Professor David Greenaway
The popular Talent Roadshows — now in their third year — are about to tour the UK to showcase the University’s research.
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Tags: Carbon Capture and Storage, climate change, Director of CICCS, Energy and Sustainability Research Division, Professor Mercedes Maroto-Valer, Professor Saul Becker, School of Sociology and Social Policy, Talent Roadshow, Vice-Chancellor Professor David Greenaway, Young Carers
The University of Nottingham has been celebrating 10 years of international excellence in Malaysia.
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Tags: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Malaysia Nottingham Graduates Association, Malaysian Ministry of Higher Education, Nottingham Malaysian Society, Semenyih, Sunday Times University Guide, UNMC, Vice-Chancellor Professor David Greenaway