With more pubs, bars and restaurants in one square mile than any other European city, Nottingham has always known how to have a good time.
The 4 night time hotspots in Nottingham:
- Castle Wharf is a recent development that modernised the City’s canal side. Warehouses have been converted into contemporary bars and restaurants with attractive waterside terraces and comedy club.
- Hockley and the Lace Market offers’ stylish independent bars down cobbled streets.
- Forman Street and The Corner House make for a genuinely cosmopolitan evening, thanks to pavement cafes, bars and restaurants.
- The old side of Nottingham with ghost walks around some of the oldest pub in England and the World, such as The Bell Inn and Ye Old Trip to Jerusalem. Also home to one of Nottingham’s best kept secrets: a pub carved into the rock Loggers Heads.
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The University has been placed in the top 1% of all universities worldwide by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings in 2009. Two of the universities academics have been awarded Nobel prizes, it benefits from having campuses in Malaysia and China and on campus there is a pub, restaurants, shops, and banks catering for your every need.
The University is attended by more than 24,000 students making it one of the largest in the UK. In terms of employment, it is among the top UK universities for employability with around 95% of students in employment or further study six months after graduating. It has 3 campuses: Clifton , Brackenhurst and the City campus. Facilities on the city campus include a bank, two bars, a gym, catering facilities, a shop, and a sports hall.