University of Nottingham


Nottingham, UK

Overall Ranking

102 in Webomatrics - World




  • Founded in 1881 as University College Nottingham, the University of Nottingham is a public research university and a proud member of the Russell Group association. The fifth-largest university in the UK consists of five faculties with 50 schools, colleges, and research centers offering 343 undergraduate and 368 postgraduate courses. 
  • The university is especially famous for research and ranks 8th in the United Kingdom. Other popular courses include geography, Veterinary Sciences, Pharmacy, Literature, Engineering, Computer Science, Architecture, and MBA.
  •  With a high acceptance rate of 78.5%, the undergraduate application is put up through the UCAS portal with a fee of 20-25 GBP and through Graduate Application Portal for postgraduate programs with a fee of 40 GBP along with SOP, LORs, IELTS, TOEFL, or GMAT if required by the program. 
  • The average undergraduate tuition fee is 22,540 GBP and 20,396 GBP for postgraduate programs, where the living expenses amount to approximately 9,746 GBP. To provide financial aid, scholarships like South Asia Undergraduate and Postgraduate Excellence and Chevening Scholarships waive up to the entire tuition fee. 
  • Nottingham has a placement rate of more than 80%, and there are well-paid jobs with an average salary of 90,000 GBP in Management, 88,000 GBP for MBA, and 70,000 GBP for Executive Master's.
About the University

Year of establishment


University Website Link


Also Known as

University College Nottingham

Total Students


Total International Students


Size of Campus

300 acres

University of Nottingham Ranking

Ranking Provider

Webomatrics - World


Webomatrics - National


QS Rankings


Times Higher Education


US News


Popular Courses Offered


Undergraduate Requirements


Look at the average grades from your four highest-scoring topics for the Indian Higher Secondary Certificate (Class XII) university. The following offers advice on the minimum grade requirements for particular boards; admission criteria differ according to the programme you're applying to:


  • Grades for the Indian Higher Secondary Certificate (Class XII) from the CBSE or CISCE Boards range from 84% to 93%
  • Grades ranged from 84% to 93% on the Maharashtra State Board's India Higher Secondary Certificate (Class XII) exam
  • Grades ranged from 74% to 83% for the Indian Higher Secondary Certificate (Class XII) administered by the West Bengal Board
  • Grades range from 89% to 98% for the Indian Higher Secondary Certificate (Class XII) for all other state boards


Postgraduate Requirements


Candidates should hold a bachelor's degree in a related discipline, ideally from an authorised university. In the UK, this should at the very least be a "Upper Second Class (2:1)" or "Lower Second Class (2:2)" degree.


Equivalency of UK and Indian Scores:

  • Upper Second Class = 60% = GPA of 3.0/4 or 6.0/10
  • Lower Second Class = 55% = GPA of 2.6/4 or 5.5/10


Entrance requirements for PhD


Candidates should have a master's degree in a relevant field with a good standing from an accredited university.


English Language Requirements


Course Name


Equivalent TOEFL-iBT

UG & PG Coursework

6.0 (5.5 in sub-sections)

79 (writing & listening: 17; reading: 18, speaking: 20)

6.5 (6.0 in sub-section)

87 (speaking: 20; other sections: 19)

7.0 (6.0 in sub-section)

100 (speaking: 20; other sections: 19)

Medicine, Physiotherapy & Sports rehabilitation, Nursing

7.5 (7.0 in sub-section)



Admission Process

Undergraduate Candidate


The UCAS application portal is required for all applicants to undergraduate programmes. After submitting their applications, students will receive a welcome email from UCAS with instructions for utilising the "UCAS Track" system. Students can use this tool to check the progress of their applications.



Postgraduate Candidate


With the exception of teacher training and MA Social Work programmes, most postgraduate programmes require applicants to submit their applications through the university's application system, MyNottingham. Once they complete their application, students will automatically receive a confirmation.


Applying through the MyNottingham Portal

By selecting the "Apply for a Course" button, first-time users must register as a new applicant:



Step 1: Set up your username and password. Enter your newly established username and password on the login screen to log in. You should see the next page after logging in. Then select "Make Application."

Step 2: Choose the proper options for Campus, Course Level, Term

Step 3: Make sure to complete all of the sections as indicated on the page's right side. Before submitting and paying the application fee, carefully review your form (if applicable).


For application, documents are required.


Applicants For Undergraduate

  • Transcripts of grades
  • Reports on English proficiency
  • AP exam report
  • Recommendation letters (LORs)
  • Personal Statement for UCAS
  • Financial records
  • Passport or visa photocopy


Applicants For Graduate:


  • Transcripts of grades
  • Reports on English proficiency
  • Resume/CV
  • Essays or SOP, as required by the course.
  • More paperwork, including research proposal draughts, etc.
  • Three to four LORs
  • Financial records
  • Passport or visa photocopy



On-Campus Accommodation


  • The University of Nottingham offers affordable housing in Catered Halls, self-catering sites, and University homes.
  • There are 12 halls of residence on campus, each with its own amenities and conveniently located near everything the college has to offer.
  • Rooms in catered halls include a combination of ensuite and communal bathrooms, as well as some flats and studios.


On-campus housing can be found here.


Off-Campus Accommodation


  • Studio flats, private apartments, ensuite apartments, and communal apartments are all available
  • The average monthly rent is between £400 and £650
  • The contract periods for each flat vary from 17 to 51 weeks
  • The Garden, lounge, TV, gas, electricity, water, and unrestricted internet access are all included in the units


Off-campus housing link


Over 1,500 firms reportedly post-graduate job and internship advertisements through the university's online vacancy service. The university occasionally holds careers fairs, including specialised fairs for different sectors.

The majority of graduates work in the IT industry as directors, earning an average income of INR 1 crore annually. Graduates from the University of Nottingham typically earn 38 lakhs of Indian rupees a year on base pay.



Average Annual Salary (in INR)

Masters in Management

1.07 cr


1.04 cr

Executive Masters

83.47 lakhs

Masters in Finance

77.78 lakhs


75 lakhs


75.88 lakhs


Leap Scholar Verdict


7th largest University in the UK.

Has more than 33,000 students from about 130 countries worldwide.

97% of the research work is recognised internationally, and about 80% are considered “world-leading”.

93.2% of the graduates get employed within 6 months.

Diversified faculties with about 343 undergraduate and 368 post-graduate courses.

scholarships and funding are available for international students across various UG, PG or research disciplines.

Get all your Questions Answered

Where is University of Nottingham located?

University of Nottingham is located in Nottingham, UK

How much does it cost to study in University of Nottingham?

The average first year cost to study in University of Nottingham is INR 2792426

What is the acceptance rate for University of Nottingham?

University of Nottingham has an acceptance rate of 12.5%

Talk to an expert

Get Started Today!

Follow us on:

HQ- Bangalore  (India)

Prestige Atlanta, 80 Feet Rd, Kormangala 1A Block, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560034

Singapore  (International)

11 Collyer Quay #17-00 The Arcade, 049317, Singapore