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The University of Nottingham is a Russell Group university with a global reputation for teaching and research.

We are ranked in the UK's top 20 universities by the QS World University Rankings 2022 and the world's top 70 universities for employability in the QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2022. Study alongside students from more than 150 countries at our campuses in Nottingham, city of the legendary Robin Hood. Discover our excellent facilities and support for study, leisure and your career.

GREAT Scholarships 2022

The University of Nottingham has four GREAT Scholarships available for the 2022-23 academic year for students from Indonesia (two) and Mexico (two).

These scholarships are available for master's courses in all subject areas.

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Key subject information

MSc Drug Discovery 

From initial concept through to clinical treatment, learn how to develop treatments for some of the world’s most challenging diseases. The course is accredited by the Royal Society of Chemistry and benefits from award winning teaching and experts from the pharmaceutical industry. You will develop core practical skills in key areas that underpin drug discovery, such as synthesis of drugs, and in vitro and in vivo analysis and benefit from links with local and global pharmaceutical organisations.  

MSc Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Management

Harness your creativity and make your entrepreneurship goals a reality. This course is ideal if you want to start your own enterprise, enter the family business or become a consultant who can work innovatively in a corporate setting. You will explore topics including launching new ventures, entrepreneurial finances and e-business. You can also study venture capital and private equity, through a practical module that uses real life case studies and experienced speakers as venture capitalists.

LLM International Commercial Law

Informed by the University of Nottingham’s latest research, the LLM reflects international business in its diversity, innovation, and contemporary relevance. It explores transactional, regulatory and dispute resolution issues, as well as shipping, finance and access to markets. The course examines how an increasingly globalised economy requires commercial law to meet a variety of challenges. Seminars by distinguished global visitors give you the opportunity to network with legal professionals.