New book charts history of The University of Nottingham


July 7th, 2016

The first full-length history of The University of Nottingham has been penned by one of our academics, charting its origins as a technical college in the late Victorian era to its modern day success as a university with more than 40,000 students from more than 140 nations around the world.

Nottingham: a history of Britain’s global university, written by Professor John Beckett, traces the story of the University from those early days to the present time, exploring life on campus for generations of students.

Find out more about the book in a blog post from Professor Beckett, or order your copy today.

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