Nottingham and China
The University of Nottingham's links with China date back many years with wide ranging collaborations with Chinese universities and joint research initaitives that bridge the gap between the UK and China.
These partnerships involve providing training programmes for academic staff, conducting joint research across the Arts, Law and Social Science, Engineering and Science, and developing joint courses and international PhD schemes.
Our School of Contemporary Chinese Studies was established in recognition of the national and global importance of understanding contemporary change and transformation in China.
It carries out interdisciplinary social sciences research and houses two key institutes:
A collaboration between the University and Fudan University, the Confucius Institute is dedicated to expanding existing links between schools, business, government, community groups and the Chinese cultural community to promote the teaching of Chinese language and contemporary Chinese culture.
China Policy Institute
The China Policy Institute is a think tank set up by the University in 2004 to expand knowledge and understanding of contemporary China in the UK, Europe and worldwide and to analyse its global impact and the critical challenges it faces in its rapid development