Nottingham: The land of the legendary Robin Hood, a fascinating destination for your next study holiday.

Nottingham is a vibrant and historic city located in the East Midlands region of England. It is the largest city in the county of Nottinghamshire and is known for its rich history, cultural diversity, and lively arts and entertainment scene.

The city has a long and fascinating history, dating back to Roman times. Nottingham is perhaps best known for its association with Robin Hood, the legendary outlaw who supposedly lived in the nearby Sherwood Forest. The city’s medieval past is evident in its many historic buildings and landmarks, including Nottingham Castle, St. Mary’s Church, and the Lace Market area.

Today, Nottingham is a modern and cosmopolitan city with a lively atmosphere and a thriving economy. It is home to two universities, Nottingham Trent University and the University of Nottingham, which give the city a large and diverse student population.

Nottingham is a popular destination for shopping, dining, and entertainment. The city center is home to a range of high-street stores, independent shops, and market stalls, as well as a variety of restaurants, cafes, and bars. The city is also known for its cultural attractions, including theaters, art galleries, and music venues, which offer a diverse range of performances and exhibitions.

Nottingham is a green and environmentally conscious city, with a range of parks and green spaces. The city is also committed to sustainable transport and has an extensive public transportation network, including buses and trams.

Overall, Nottingham is a dynamic and diverse city with a rich history and a vibrant culture. Its excellent transport links, thriving economy, and lively atmosphere make it a popular destination for visitors and residents alike.

  • Inhabitants: 280.000
  • Distance from London: 197 Km
  • Location: Nottinghamshire
  • Currency: Pound sterling


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02/07 – 16/07/2024 – SOLD OUT
16/07 – 30/07/2024


15 days / 14 nights

The Jubilee Campus Nottingham University

Jubilee Campus is a modern and innovative campus of the University of Nottingham, located in Nottingham, England. It was opened in 1999 and is home to the university faculty of Engineering, as well as a range of other departments and research centers.

The campus is situated on a former industrial site and has been designed with sustainability in mind. It features a number of award-winning buildings, including the iconic Portland Building, which has a distinctive sail-like design and is home to the university’s Students’ Union.

Jubilee Campus is known for its cutting-edge research and teaching facilities, including state-of-the-art laboratories, workshops, and research centers. The campus is also home to a range of specialist facilities, such as the Institute for Aerospace Technology and the Energy Technologies Building.

The campus has a lively and dynamic atmosphere, with a range of student services and facilities, including a library, cafes, and shops. It also hosts a range of events and activities throughout the year, such as careers fairs, student societies, and guest lectures.

Jubilee Campus has excellent transport links, with easy access to public transportation, including buses and trams. It is located close to the city center of Nottingham, making it a convenient and accessible location for students and staff.

Overall, Jubilee Campus is a modern and innovative campus with a strong focus on sustainability, research, and teaching excellence. Its state-of-the-art facilities, dynamic atmosphere, and convenient location make it a popular destination for students and staff at the University of Nottingham.

Study Holiday in England: Nottingham

The accommodation consists of single rooms with private bathrooms, distributed on various communicating corridors.

Full board: breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served in the university’s restaurant, a magnificent atrium building located at the heart of the campus, near the lake and gardens.

A selection of hot and cold dishes, vegetarian options, and a salad buffet are always available.

Packed lunches are provided for excursions.

Study Vacation in Nottingham: study course

15 hours (60 minutes each) of lessons per week of General Course. Possibility to register for the Trinity GESE Exam (to be carried out online, if the minimum required of 15 participants is not reached).

The native-speaking teachers are all qualified to teach English to foreign students and form the classes based on the result of the initial test, which is necessary precisely to establish the language level of each child and place him in the most suitable class.

The study material is provided by the school as well as the certificate of attendance, which is issued at the end of the course.

We have two course options, depending on the age of the participants:

linguistic progress of young teenagers. Our Voyagers program aims to develop these cross-curricular skills and enhance the students’ language skills through fun interactive activities, enabling them to benefit from the international summer environment and be motivated to progress in their journey to master the English language.

What makes the Voyagers program unique?


  • Introduction to 21st-century skills: creative projects, functional English, teamwork, role-play, and presentations
  • Global environmental awareness projects
  • Cultural exchange

Educational Excursions

  • Student/leader ratio of 1:25 for visits
  • Excursion preparation lessons to maximize the experience


  • Problem-solving and creative thinking tasks
  • Teambuilding and collaborative activities
  • Evening entertainment program
  • Workshops: photography, digital media, STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics).


Developing 21st-century skills and gaining a global perspective on current issues are crucial for success in academic and professional life. Our Trailblazers program aims to provide older teenagers with these advanced skills, so they are continually stimulated to use the English language and are supported on their journey to become confident and successful young adults.

What makes the Trailblazers program unique?


  • Development of 21st-century skills: business innovation, critical thinking, public speaking, leadership
  • Global environmental awareness projects
  • Cultural exchange


  • Student/leader ratio of 1:25 for visits
  • Excursion preparation lessons to maximize the experiences


  • Training and mentoring opportunities for young leaders
  • Problem-solving and creative thinking tasks
  • Teambuilding and collaborative activities
  • Evening entertainment program
  • Workshops: photography, digital media, STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics).
  • United Nations Model (MUN).

Study Vacation in Nottingham: free time


Our excursions include luxury coaches, and an entertainment and support staff.

  • 1 FULL DAY IN YORK – students will walk through “The Shambles,” streets that are largely unchanged since the Middle Ages with projecting half-timbered houses. Additionally, students will have the opportunity to visit York Minster (entrance included).
  • 1 FULL DAY IN LIVERPOOL – students will take a walking tour and visit one of the two famous football stadiums or The Beatles Story museum.
  • 1 FULL DAY IN CAMBRIDGE -students will enjoy a walking tour of the city to learn about its history, including entry to one of the famous colleges. In the afternoon, they can choose to spend time on additional sightseeing, walking through the main shopping streets or trying out the traditional punting on the river.
  • 2 half-day outings to Nottingham for an orientation tour of the town, free time, and shopping.


The college features a modern indoor and outdoor sports center for basketball, volleyball, and soccer, as well as tennis courts, endless green spaces, and nearby Wollaton Park, which is within walking distance.

All evenings will be organized with a disco, karaoke, casino night, cabaret, and much more.

London Special

If the whole group requests it, upon supplement, it is possible to end the study holiday with a pleasant stay in London, which includes 1 night in a hotel, meals, tube tickets, and hotel/airport transfer.