|Study Abroad Advisor:||Debi DeBacco (firstname.lastname@example.org)||Program Type:||WM Sponsored Semester|
|Language of Instruction:||English||Host Institution Website:||http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/internationaloffice/prospective-students/visiting-exchange/study-abroad.|
|Host Institution:||University of Nottingham||Credit Type:||Transfer Credit|
**Please note that this is the last semester the GEO will be accepting applications for the assisted enroll program at the University of Nottingham. Spring 2017 is the last semester students will be able to study abroad on this program option. We encourage all students planning to study abroad on this program during the Academic Year 2017-2018 to consider studying abroad in Spring 2017 if they have the flexibility in their academic plans.
Please note that the exchange option for the University of Nottingham will remain open.
The University of Nottingham, one of the United Kingdom's top tier universities, has a student body of 32,000, of whom fully one-quarter hail from countries outside the UK. W&M's bilateral agreement with Nottingham is anchored in the two universities' excellent American Studies programs, W&M students may enroll in courses in any of Nottingham's faculties: arts, education, social sciences, natural sciences, and business. The University of Nottingham also offers over 200 student organizations with which to become involved, as well as 76 sports clubs and 11 student-run services (including Karnival, the biggest student fundraising group in Europe), student television and radio stations, and the New Theatre, the only fully student-run theater in Europe.
Nottingham is regarded as one of the United Kingdom’s most vibrant cities. Cultural life thrives, with everything from The Royal Concert Hall, second home of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, to the Nottingham Playhouse and its innovative dramas. The arts are alive at the Theatre Royal, showcasing top-class theatre, ballet and opera, and the Broadway Cinema, which comes highly recommended by Quentin Tarantino. If you need a break from the rapid pace of city life, the Peak District National Park is just a short distance away. And, of course, Sherwood Forest was once home to Nottingham’s best-loved outlaw, Robin Hood.
Assisted enrollment requires W&M students to pay tuition to the University of Nottingham. Out-of-state students often find assisted enrollment the best option. All W&M students pay housing, meals and fees on-site in Nottingham.
University of Nottingham
Fall Semester (September--December)
Spring Semester (January--June)
Academic Year (September--June)
Please note: Final exams for the fall semester are held in January. You may need to make arrangements to sit for your exams at the Global Education Office at Reves once you return to W&M. Final exams for the spring semester are mid to late June.
Fall semester: March 15 (or first Monday thereafter)
Spring semester: March 15 (or first Monday thereafter)
Academic year: March 15 (or first Monday thereafter)
W&M student in good standing
Students may choose from full university curriculum. Note that many departments have extremely limited course offerings espcially for the Spring term. As of the 2016-2017 academic year this applies to courses in the following departments: business, chemistry, film studies, english, physics, politics and international relations.
All courses except for those in history must be pre- or post-approved; history courses will be automatically approved as HIST 299 when a syllabus is submitted to the Global Education Office at Reves. Grades will not be posted on transcript or be included in GPA calculations. Credits will appear as transfer credits on W&M transcripts.
10 UN points = 3 W&M credits
15 UN points = 4 W&M credits
20 UN points = 5 W&M credits
30 UN points = 8 W&M credits
Tuition paid to Nottingham. Tuition varies with course of study.
Housing and Meals:
Room and board paid on site in Nottingham. Students must apply for on campus housing by the deadline august 1 (fall) and January 15 (spring). To ensure an on campus residence hall students should apply online as soon as accepted and notified of their University of Nottingham student ID number and NOT wait for deadline. The majority of the rooms are single occupancy and the price varies depending on the type of accomodation. The options are: fully catered (19 meals a week included), semi-catered and self-catered. Prices range from 3,100 GPD to 2,122 GPD per semester.
Please note: These costs are provided by the University of Nottingham and are subject to change.
A $75 application fee, $200 off-campus fee and international medical/evacuation insurance fee of $170 apply to all students, to be paid to the W&M Bursar's Office.
Students are responsible for airfare.
The Reves Center advisor for University of Nottingham programs is Debi DeBacco (email@example.com).
For more information on this program and the steps to apply, please review the Steps to Study Abroad on our website.
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