The University of Nottingham Impact Campaign

The University of Nottingham Impact Campaign

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The University of Nottingham Impact Campaign

The aim of Impact: The Nottingham Campaign is to change lives, to tackle global challenges and shape the future.

Founded 1948

  • Mission statement

    The University of Nottingham's mission is to be an inspiring place of learning and scholarship that transforms lives through:

    * Offering an outstanding, broad-based, international education to talented students
    * Developing skilled, reflective global citizens and leaders
    * Undertaking fundamental and transformative discovery
    * Being committed to excellence, enterprise and social responsibility
    * Sustaining and improving the places and communities in which we are located
    * Being engaged internationally to enhance industry, health and well-being, policy formation, culture and purposeful citizenship

  • Aims

    The University of Nottingham Impact Campaign aims to:

    • Strengthen and enrich our core activities of Education and Research
    • Address the changing expectations of our students
    • Target investment in research strengths
    • Focus on enhancing quality
    • Continue to differentiate The University of Nottingham on the basis of an outstanding student experience and our distinct approach to internationalisation
  • Overview

    Established: August 1948

    Board members: 15

    Full time staff: 6260

    Part time staff: 1000

    Phone number: 0115 951 3724

    Address: Campaign Office Pope Building University Park Nottingham NG7 2RD

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