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Nottingham University Business School China
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About NUBS China


About our business school

The Nottingham University Business School China is committed to delivering a truly excellent education. Our programmes are designed to equip you with the skills and lifelong learning habits necessary to achieve your full potential for a career in a challenging, globalised work environment. We emphasise the development of leadership qualities and aim to help you unlock your entrepreneurial flair so that you can thrive in all your business endeavours.

The school's main aims are:

  • to provide superior taught business programmes, from undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses to executive education
  • to undertake impactful research that has real value in the business world

In acknowledgement of its success in providing business education of the highest international standards, Nottingham University Business School has received many awards and accolades. Nottingham University Business School is one of an elite group of EQUIS-accredited business schools (European Quality Improvement System). Only 142 business schools in 39 countries have achieved EQUIS accreditation and Nottingham is the only one to be awarded accreditation for its business schools in three locations — its campuses in the UK, Malaysia and China.


Our approach: international, innovative, interactive

We believe our approach to engaging you in your studies is innovative, develops an international perspective of the business world and encourages you to be interactive in the classroom.

The learning experience may vary from module to module, depending on your needs and course requirements. Lectures form a significant part of the teaching programme. We always approach our curriculum with international angles that aim to make these as intellectually stimulating as possible, creating opportunities for students to interact with tutors. Lectures are supplemented by lively seminars. Groups are small. Student involvement is encouraged through the use of case study exercises, business simulation models, presentations and debates. Student-led sessions also form part of the curriculum.