University of Nottingham Malaysia
University of Nottingham is ranked in the top 100 Universities worldwide, where they offer a range of study opportunities for students from foundation level courses through to doctoral degrees. A broad range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes are available from different specialist schools and departments across the Faculties of Arts and Social Sciences, Engineering and Science.
The university also hosts a community of around 5000 students from over 85 different countries worldwide who work with and receive a world-class higher education experience from leading academics in their field.
WHAT WE OFFER
– Dedicated application services through EMGA
The University of Nottingham prides itself on its unique International Curriculum which they believe truly enhances the student experience.
The Malaysia campus plays a special role within Nottingham’s global vision. They have an increasing number of students participating in inter-campus exchange programmes and offer an exciting range of Summer School programmes all of which have an international element; be it through language learning or courses with a special focus on Asian travel, business or culture.
The Malaysia Campus is an integral part of The University of Nottingham, UK and offers students the Nottingham experience in a setting that’s truly Asia.
It is part of a global institution serving an international community of students, yet firmly rooted in all that is distinctive about UK education – innovative teaching and assessment methods, which encourage independent, creative thinking.
By attracting ambitious and talented students, staff, and business partners, they will firmly establish themselves among the top 10 UK universities by 2015, and both of their campuses in Asia will be recognised as leading higher education providers within their regions.
“Lecturers are very approachable and really supportive in enhancing the students’ potential. Moreover, I feel that the balance between theoretical and practical lessons is sufficient.”
– Elson Dwikurnia, Indonesia