** Indicates rolling admission application process (with the exception of UT Faculty-directed programs & CGE Scholarship). Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
American Studies, Archaeology, Art History, Asian Studies, Biochemistry, Biology, Business, Business Administration, Chemistry, Classics, Communication Studies, Communications, Computer Science, Economics, Engineering, Engineering-Civil, Engineering-Electrical, Engineering-Mechanical, English, Film, French, Geography, Geology, German, Global Studies, History, Humanities, Information Sciences, International Relations, Management, Marketing, Mathematics, Music, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Religious Studies, Russian, Social Sciences, Sociology, Spanish, Theology
The University of Nottingham is not only located in one of the UK's most affordable locations of Nottingham, England - it is also ranked in the world's top 100 universities!
Offering all the buzz of a big city, Nottingham is one of the UK's most cosmopolitan: combining proud history with cutting-edge modernity, from the world's oldest pub to designer boutiques. The social life is second to none, enjoying a legendary club scene, some of the world's biggest music acts and nationwide tours, parks and sports facilities, festivals and cultural events, as well as local sights such as Nottingham Castle, Wollaton Hall and Sherwood Forest.
Local shops and restaurants provide food from all over the world - and at Nottingham, you will experience just as much diversity in the classroom. Among all three of Nottingham's campuses in England, China and Malaysia, Nottingham welcomes students from over 150 countries!
World rankings in Geography & English Literature
Opportunities to connect with local families
One of the most affordable cities in the UK
Learn about the University of Nottingham
Nottingham offers several opportunities to get involved. There are over 300 clubs and societies and over 70 sports clubs - not to mention many opportunities to volunteer as well! There are also many opportunities that may be of particular interest to international students, such as:
Travel to London, Oxford or even the Northern Lights as part of the Travel Society
Truly experience the British life through the Host UK program
IMPORTANT NOTE: Students interested in areas of study marked with an (*) must complete the application process along the Spring application deadline, regardless of Fall or Spring entry.
The UK educational system differs from the US. Students attend one or two lectures each week, where there is little interaction between faculty and students. Throughout the semester, students meet with tutors in smaller groups called tutorials where they are expected to participate in discussions about the topics covered in lectures and course readings. At the end of the term, an extensive paper is usually required along with an exam.
There are many different types of accommodation options, ranging from self-catered halls to halls with full meal plans. For more information please visit the Nottingham's accommodations website.
Live at one of the many halls at University Park - a bustling hub of activity set amongst more than 300 acres of beautiful landscaped gardens...or, at the Jubilee Campus - a modern center with state-of-the-art facilities that includes a sports center, retail outlets, library and cafes.
Rooms available are a mixture of ensuite facilities and shared bathrooms, plus some flats and studios. Pantries are available for a midnight snack. In addition to receiving meals in the halls, you also receive a flexible lunch card that can be used at different outlets on campus.
Live in one of four halls that offer flats and studios with a mixture of ensuite and shared bathroom options. Studios are self-contained with their own kitchen. Shared flats offer communal kitchens and living spaces.
Students pay UTK tuition and fees, international health insurance, and their $175 study abroad administrative fee directly to the University of Tennessee, Knoxville through their myUTK account. Students in the Haslam College of Business, Architecture and Design, the Tickle College of Engineering, and Social Work will be assessed a charge of 12 credits per semester of study as determined by the fee schedule for the academic year they study abroad.
Any payments made directly to the host institution (i.e. accommodation) will follow the host institution's payment schedule, which may be ahead of UT's schedule to release any applicable financial aid.
Please refer to the term-specific Cost Sheets below for estimated costs. These estimates do NOT include any course fees as described above.
You should carefully review costs, budgets and financing when selecting and preparing for your experience abroad. If you have any questions at any step of the process, we encourage you to reach out to your Study Abroad Coordinator for guidance.
Steps to Financing Your Study Abroad Program
Review the program's Cost Sheet to understand the breakdown of program expenses.