The welcome programme, which takes place in the week after registration, combines practical events and social activities. It's an excellent opportunity to meet new friends from across the world, as well as members of staff.
You'll also have the opportunity to settle into your new surroundings whilst completing some useful tasks such as opening a bank account.
The Vis-a-Vis Programme runs alongside the welcome programme as well as through the academic year, providing monthly events for first-year students. Set up as a ‘buddy' system, new students are matched with continuing students in order to help them settle in and develop a good social and supportive network.
MyNottingham is the new portal for applicants and students to access services and data. The range of available services is tailored to the individual experience of each user. It provides personalised information all in one place, and can be accessed 24/7 and from any location. Students can manage finances, request support and check plan and course information via MyNottingham. Other information relevant to studies is also linked through the portal.
The Hub was created to provide a ‘one stop’ student services hub at UNNC. Located in Room 120 in the Portland Building, close to Starbucks, The Hub provides a wide range of student services. For further information please visit The Hub pages.
Residential College (RC) is a new and distinctive home for all our students that implements UNNC 2020 strategy and seeks to enhance all-embracing campus life and experience. Our goal is to give students at UNNC a global and through-life home for their whole personal education and development, to experience culture integration, to generate innovations, with the ultimate aim to inspiring them to become global and responsible citizens. For further information please visit residential college page.
You will be assigned a personal tutor who is responsible for monitoring your progress and welfare. You should feel free to discuss with them any issues of an academic or personal nature that may be bothering you.
The first meeting with your tutor is usually during the initial weeks of term and gives you the opportunity to find out more about the role of your tutor and how to contact him or her. You will also have the chance to find out more about how your department works. For further information please visit the personal tutorials pages.
The University has its own health clinic on campus, which offers you a doorstep port of call for any illnesses you may experience. The clinic is able to make referrals to any of the larger hospitals in Ningbo should they need to.For further information please visit the health care pages.
The University Counselling Service is a professional service available to all registered students and to all members of staff at no cost. Counselling is available in both English and Chinese. For further information go to University Counselling Service.
The University is committed to equality of opportunity for all students and to supporting students in completing their courses as independently as possible. Staff across the University will assist you in managing your individual situation. For further information please read visit the disability support pages.
The University offers a growing portfolio of financial support mechanisms for all students. For further information, please visit the financial support pages.