Business and research merge together amidst the historical and modern buildings at the University of Nottingham.
A wide range of conference facilities are available across the three campuses at the University of Nottingham. Subject specialisms include agriculture, veterinary and food sciences, American studies, languages and pharmacy.
The creator of the painkiller 'Ibuprofen', Dr Stewart Adams OBE, graduated from his pharmacy studies here in 1945. It’s no wonder Nottingham is one of England’s acclaimed Science Cities. Academics from the university have also been received both Nobel and the Shaw Prizes.
The University Park was established in 1929 and provides various options for meeting spaces in the university's traditional historic buildings. Ranging from modern tiered lecture theatres and teaching laboratories to traditional oak panelled rooms, events are well looked after. With its award-winning architecture and stunning waterside setting, the Jubilee Campus always makes an impact.