Explore a thriving, award-winning campus

Covering 140 acres, the campus is a mix of beautiful gardens, modern architecture, state of the art facilities and a thriving, melting-pot of cultures. An inspirational place to live and work, the stunning, landscaped campus builds on the sustainable pedigree of the University of Nottingham. With first-class teaching facilities, enthusiastic students, excellent research activities and links, the campus provides a strong base on which to innovate and be creative.

Campus Location

Situated in Ningbo’s Higher Education Park, located on the south side of the city, the campus symbolises the unique partnership behind the University’s success. Blending an international education with the drive to inspire students and produce world-leading research, the unique location of the campus offers exceptional advantages for working in China.

With an attractive park-like setting, its signature Centre for Sustainable Energy Technologies is the first zero-carbon building in China and emphasises the University’s focus on environmental sustainability in its research and practice.


A vibrant UK-style high street is a popular gathering point in campus for staff and students. Facilities include a bank, post office and dry-cleaners along with a hair salon, supermarket and a range of food outlets.

Sports Facilities

You will find the campus lively and welcoming with plenty of opportunities to get involved in activities that interest you. With a range of indoor and outdoor sports facilities, it’s easy to try out sports including basketball, badminton, volleyball, tennis, football and table-tennis.

Health Care

The on-campus University clinic has an English speaking Medical Adviser who deals with minor health problems. For more serious health issues, there are hospitals in Ningbo or Shanghai.

“The campus is a green and quiet haven - unusual in bustling modern China. All the necessary facilities are here to ensure this is a very conducive environment in which to work and develop academic relationships.”

Geoff Hall

Professor in Sociolinguistics
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

University of Nottingham Ningbo China

199 Taikang East Road,
Ningbo, 315100,China

T. +86(0)574 8818 0000
Email: job@nottingham.edu.cn