The Faculty of Science offers an exciting range of programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate level. These are the same courses offered in the UK and with the same guarantee of quality.
Our graduates are highly educated men and women sought-after by top international employers that pay a handsome salary. Our most recent figures show that around 95% of our graduates gain employment or enroll on a further course within 6 months of completing their degree.
Many are recruited by companies like IBM, Shell Oil, Western Digital, Ernst and Young and plenty of others. Indeed, some of the pillars of society graduated from Nottingham, including the incumbent Prime Minister as well as Malaysian Royalty.
Being a world top-100 University, Nottingham has enjoyed success in winning Nobel Prizes. The Faculty of Science is proud to be associated with the Nobel Prize for inventing magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), an honour bestowed upon one of our most famous scientists, Sir Peter Mansfield. This resounding success has a beneficial impact across the Faculty of Science in the Malaysia campus as well as in the UK campus. We have the highest quality and most up to date lab facilities and attract the best staff to work at Nottingham.
One of our foremost principles is that teaching is led by research. Our teaching staff are active researchers who regularly publish scholarly books and cutting edge scientific articles. These people are uniquely equipped to understand and then present material for students to learn. We are pleased to boast the best School of Pharmacy in the UK, as recognized in the Times Good University Guide and as recognized by the UK’s most recent assessment of research quality. For these and many other reasons, enrolling to study at Nottingham is an investment that confers life-long dividends.
Professor Andrew Morris, Dean of the Faculty of Science