University of Nottingham Ningbo China

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Attribute : Public University

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Type : Comprehensive University

Location : Zhejiang

UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM NINGBO CHINA

In 2004, Dr. Chen Zhili, Councilor of the State Council of the People's Republic of China and former Education Minister, launched the China Policy Institute, a think-tank which produces research and policy papers to help build a more informed dialogue between China and the UK and to guide government and business strategies.

Professor Lu Yongxiang, President of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, came to Nottingham where he was awarded an honorary degree and gave a keynote speech to a university conference on traditional Chinese medicine. Dr. Chen, Councilor of the State Council of the People's Republic of China and former Education Minister received her honorary degree of Doctor of Laws from the University of Nottingham in 2003. Professor Yang Fujia has been appointed sixth Chancellor of the university.

The University of Nottingham Ningbo China admitted its first students in 2004 for Arts and Social Science subjects. The 146 acre (591,333m²) campus was launched on 6 September 2005 by British Prime Minister Tony Blair from Beijing in a broadcast for China Central Television. It was officially opened on 23 February 2006 by British Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott, in the presence of Chinese education minister Zhou Ji and State Counselor Chen Zhili.

The President of the University is Professor Yang Fujia, an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and former President of Fudan University.

At The University of Nottingham Ningbo China, all 29 bachelors, 22 masters and 89 doctoral degree programs are taught in English by world-class international faculty.

The University of Nottingham Ningbo China looks to draw first-tier students from China and abroad to both undergraduate and postgraduate programs. At present, the University has over 600 registered students (including those who are completing study at The University of Nottingham Ningbo China). There are currently English taught programs in the fields of science, engineering, business, finance, architecture, language, culture, etc.

The University of Nottingham Ningbo China is active in research, collaborating within China as well as internationally, particularly with The University of Nottingham UK. One of aims of The University of Nottingham Ningbo China's research is to bring the research expertise of The University of Nottingham UK to China. University research institutes such as Centre for Sustainable Energy Technologies (CSET), Centre for Global Finance, Centre for Research in Applied Linguistics, Centre for Research on Globalization and Economic Policy, Institute for Comparative Cultural Studies, Institute of Asia Pacific Studies (IAPS), International Centre for Behavioral Business Research, International Finance Research Centre and Learning Science Research Centre are established to help postgraduate students receive the full support of top research academics in scientific and knowledge discovery endeavors, give them access to the latest methods and technologies to help them develop their expertise. Besides, students also have opportunities to participate in internationally important research projects and receive encouragement to publish findings in academic journals.

The University of Nottingham Ningbo China aims to produce world-changing research. It is already developing a reputation for making important discoveries in the fields of science and engineering and is further strengthening research capabilities in the social sciences and arts and humanities.


TUITION FEE

Non Degree
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Bachelor
110,000 RMB/YEAR
Master
110,000 RMB/YEAR
Doctoral
110,000 RMB/YEAR

ACCOMMODATION FEE

International student dormitory
5,000 RMB/YEAR - 16,000 RMB/YEAR

University of Nottingham Ningbo China has several buildings designated for international students, building 11, 18 and 120.

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UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM NINGBO CHINA

University of Nottingham Ningbo China has several buildings designated for international students, building 11, 18 and 120. All rooms are fully furnished and equipped with air conditioning and a telephone and computer point; enabling students to make and receive telephone calls and access the University's data network from their bedrooms.

International Students have the right to choose to live off-campus, but must go through formal procedure to register with International Office. It is the students' own responsibility to find off-campus accommodation but the International Office will help to provide agent information for students. Chinese law requires all international students to register with the local police station and report to the Public Security Bureau if they wish to live off-campus. 

Note: You must be at least 18 years old before you can live off-campus.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT DORMITORY

International Residence Building 11:

All rooms in building 11 are fully furnished and equipped with a private shower room, a toilet and a small balcony. The floor area is 20.2m2. All rooms are for single occupancy. Students share a kitchen on each floor and a public laundry room.

International Residence Building 18:

Accommodation in the Students’ Residence Hall 18 takes the form of fully furnished, four-room flats. Each flat has four private bedrooms, two toilets, one shower room, one washing room and a lounge/common room. The common room is equipped with a fridge, TV set and a few cooking appliances.

International Residence Building 20:

Accommodation in the Students’ Residence Hall 20 takes the form of fully furnished, four-room flats. Each flat has four private bedrooms, two toilets, one shower room, one washing room and a lounge/common room. Unlike Hall 18, Hall 20 does not provide any cooking or electrical appliances in the common room.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT DORMITORY

International Residence Building 11:

All rooms in building 11 are fully furnished and equipped with a private shower room, a toilet and a small balcony. The floor area is 20.2m2. All rooms are for single occupancy. Students share a kitchen on each floor and a public laundry room.

International Residence Building 18:

Accommodation in the Students’ Residence Hall 18 takes the form of fully furnished, four-room flats. Each flat has four private bedrooms, two toilets, one shower room, one washing room and a lounge/common room. The common room is equipped with a fridge, TV set and a few cooking appliances.

International Residence Building 20:

Accommodation in the Students’ Residence Hall 20 takes the form of fully furnished, four-room flats. Each flat has four private bedrooms, two toilets, one shower room, one washing room and a lounge/common room. Unlike Hall 18, Hall 20 does not provide any cooking or electrical appliances in the common room.

ROOM TYPE ROOM PRICE NOTE
INTERNATIONAL RESIDENCE BUILDING 11 12,000 RMB/YEAR
INTERNATIONAL RESIDENCE BUILDING 18 9,600 RMB/YEAR
INTERNATIONAL RESIDENCE BUILDING 20 5,800 RMB/YEAR
ROOM TYPE ROOM PRICE NOTE
INTERNATIONAL RESIDENCE BUILDING 11 12,000 RMB/YEAR
INTERNATIONAL RESIDENCE BUILDING 18 9,600 RMB/YEAR
INTERNATIONAL RESIDENCE BUILDING 20 5,800 RMB/YEAR

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