Happy New Year to our students and colleagues at The University of Nottingham Ningbo China and The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus (Official) where it's already 2017!

Here in the UK we still have a few hours of 2016 left. Whatever timezone you're in, we hope you have a wonderful New Year.
In 2016:

* Nottingham was selected as University of the Year for Graduate Employment (Times & Sunday Times Good University Guide).

* Nottingham was ranked in the world's top 75 universities with many of our courses ranked among the world's best (QS World University Rankings, & QSWUR by subject).

* Our campuses have continued to develop, including the new GSK Carbon Neutral Chemistry Lab at...
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Calling all students, researchers and alumni entrepreneurs from our UK, China and Malaysia campuses: registration is open for the Ingenuity Lab’s entrepreneurship competition, Ingenuity17.

Ingenuity17: First Nottingham tri-campus competition - Nottingham Advantage Award

Our Developing Solutions Masters Scholarship supports scholars with great potential from Africa, India, Nepal and developing Commonwealth nations.

Developing Solutions Masters Scholarship - The University of Nottingham

Study with us in 2017. Find out about foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate courses, international entry requirements and scholarships at Britain's global university.

International applicants - The University of Nottingham

Merry Christmas everyone! Here's Education UK's guide to celebrating a British style Christmas.

You know it’s a UK Christmas when… | Education UK (Global)

Merry Christmas from everyone in the International Office
Santa Claus, Father Christmas or St Nicholas feature in many countries' Christmas traditions, as well as other Christmas gift-givers such as Tomte, Belsnickel, Krampus and the Yule Lads. Find out more from TopTenz.

Top 10 Santa Legends From Around the World - Toptenz.net

What is Christmas and where did it come from? A guide to some aspects of Christmas's history from Great British Mag.

What is Christmas and where did it come from?

Season's Greetings from The University of Nottingham International Office! Our festive message includes a look back at some of our achievements in 2016.

Season's Greetings from The University of Nottingham

A guide to some of the UK's lesser known festive winter traditions, from Education UK.

What's a wassail? The UK's weirdest winter traditions | Education UK (Global)

University offices are now closed for the Christmas and New Year period. We'll still be posting on Facebook and Twitter but we won't be able to respond to any new messages or emails until the International office reopens on Tuesday 3 January.

We would like to wish Season's Greetings and best wishes for 2017 to all our students, colleagues, followers and friends in Nottingham and around the world.
Photos from winter #UoNGraduation last week are on Flickr. Congratulations to all the class of 2016 and good luck in your future career endeavours in 2017 and beyond...

Winter Graduation 2016

In our latest blog, students and colleagues from Romania, Nigeria, India and Greece write about how they celebrate Christmas and New Year at home. How are you celebrating the holidays?

Merry Christmas – however you are celebrating! | International Student Life

Today 442 scholars from 40 different Commonwealth countries attended a conference at the University for a day of networking, taking part in lectures and group sessions. The conference also featured a key note speech by Professor Simon McGrath, Professor in International Education and Development on the subject: Higher Education and the Sustainable Development Goals – Opportunities and...
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Congratulations to Thai PhD students who received awards and commendations at the Anglo-Thai Society's Educational Awards for Excellence, held on 25 November.

Two Nottingham students were highly commended:

Pongsatorn Meesawatsom for Medical Science (for his research on the modulation of spinal nociceptive procressing by aspirin-triggered resolvin Dl in pain models).

Teeraporn Chanakit for...
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In our latest International Student Life blog, Megha looks back on past Christmas celebrations with her family in Kerala, India, and looks forward to celebrating Christmas 2016 in Tenerife.

Free Falling into December | International Student Life

Meet us in your country: we'll be at events coming up in many countries in early 2017.

Meet us in your country - The University of Nottingham

Maya Le from Vietnam, one of our international student callers who is studying MSc International Business at Nottingham University Business School, says:

"I was totally astonished by the beautiful campus here at The University of Nottingham from my very first days with it, and I was even more excited when I started studying here. Nottingham is a nice place to stay for foreigners, I believe. I...
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Christmas jumpers, onesies and stocking fillers: UK winter wardrobe, tips from Education UK.

Your UK winter wardrobe: How to be festive fashionable (we promise!) | Education UK (Global)