- 1 What should I bring to catered halls?
- 2 What should I not forget to take to uni?
- 3 Is Nottingham university a good one?
- 4 What should I bring to university first year?
- 5 What do I need to take to uni 2020?
- 6 What do I need to take with me to uni?
- 7 What to do before going to uni?
- 8 What clothes to take to uni?
- 9 What courses do I need for university?
- 10 Is it easy to get into Nottingham university?
- 11 Is Uni of Nottingham posh?
- 12 What grades do you need for university?
- 13 What can you bring to the University interview questions?
What should I bring to catered halls?
Kitchen: what to pack for self-catered university halls or student house shares
- 1x saucepan.
- 1x frying pan.
- Baking trays: including a flat one for pizza.
- 1x sieve/colander.
- A few sharp knives.
- Chopping board.
- Wooden spoon.
What should I not forget to take to uni?
12 Things Not to Forget When Going to University
- Blu-tack. Blu-tack is one of the most important items in your university arsenal (trust us).
- Bottle opener.
- Tea towels.
- Pack of cards.
- Tin opener.
- Alarm clock.
- Devices and chargers.
- Coat hangers.
Is Nottingham university a good one?
University of Nottingham is ranked 101 in Academic Ranking of World Universities by Shanghai Jiao Tong University and has an overall score of 4.3 stars, according to student reviews on Studyportals, the best place to find out how students rate their study and living experience at universities from all over the world.
What should I bring to university first year?
University checklist: Clothing
- Casual clothes (t-shirts, jumpers, trousers)
- Underwear (pants, socks, bras)
- Dressing gown and slippers.
- Winter coat and jacket.
- Gloves, hat and scarf.
- Shoes (trainers, smart shoes, casual shoes)
- Smart office outfit (for possible part-time job interviews)
What do I need to take to uni 2020?
- bed linen, including sheets, duvet, blankets, pillows and pillowcases.
- clothes for all seasons, plus smart wear.
- coat hangers.
- extension lead.
- socket adaptor (for international students)
- personal items such as toiletries.
- kitchen items and some food to keep you going for the first week.
What do I need to take with me to uni?
Documents to take to uni
- Valid passport and/or driving licence (ID)
- University admission acceptance letter.
- Course acceptance letter.
- Accommodation contract.
- Student Finance documents.
- Scholarship or bursary letters.
- Insurance documents (cheap student contents insurance)
- Passport photos.
What to do before going to uni?
10 things to do before starting university
- Arrange your accommodation.
- Sort out your finances.
- Decide what to take.
- Benefit from discounted travel.
- Get reading.
- Arrange a health check.
- Get to know the area.
- Learn to cook.
What clothes to take to uni?
Clothes to bring:
- T-shirts, tops, shirts, jumpers, sweatshirts.
- Dresses, skirts, tights.
- Jeans, casual trousers, smart trousers, shorts.
- Suit jacket, tie.
- Dressing gown.
- Underwear and socks.
- Trainers and smart shoes.
What courses do I need for university?
- Basic Pens. Zebra Pens, Z-Grip Retractable Ballpoint Pens.
- Pencils. Bic Xtra-Smooth Mechanical Pencils.
- Highlighters. Sharpie Chisel Tip Pocket Highlighters.
- Pencil Case. EASTHILL Big Capacity Pencil and Pen Case.
- Notebooks. Oxford One-Subject Notebooks.
- Binders. Samsill Three-Ring Binders.
- Notebook Paper.
Is it easy to get into Nottingham university?
Easiest UK universities to get into. Based on the percentage of students who apply to each university and receive an offer, these are the easiest universities to get into: Nottingham Trent University (88.6%)
Is Uni of Nottingham posh?
What’s more, a study by The Guardian revealed that one third of UoN students are privately educated; making us the 8th most privately educated university in the UK being beaten only by elite London and Oxbridge universities.
What grades do you need for university?
GCSEs. Most universities will look for an 4/5 at GCSE (A*-C under the old grading system) in English, maths and possibly science. Specific courses may also ask for minimum grades in certain relevant GCSE subjects, while competitive courses will look for strong GCSE results as an indicator of your academic ability.
What can you bring to the University interview questions?
Here are some example questions:
- Why do you want to study this subject?
- Why did you choose this university?
- What did you enjoy about your A-levels?
- How would you describe yourself?
- What are your main interests?
- What are your strengths and weaknesses?
- What achievement are you most proud of?
- What are your career plans?