EDSI 2019 will be hosted by Nottingham University Business School on its main University Park campus.
Nottingham is one of UK’s premier Universities (it is a founder member of the Russell Group, the UK’s Ivy league). It is located centrally in the heart of England on a beautiful 350 acre parkland campus. It also has campuses in China and Malaysia.
You can take a campus tour here.
The conference will be held in the DeVere East Midlands Conference located on Nottingham’s University Park campus. The conference hotel is next to the conference centre. The facilities can be seen here.
Nottingham is centrally located in the heart of England, about 120 miles north of London (1hr 40 ins by train). It is easily accessible from the London airports, East Midlands (closest), Birmingham, and Manchester. The London rail terminus for Nottingham is St Pancras International, which hosts Eurostar with trains to Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam. Travel details to get to Nottingham are available here: Getting to Nottingham, Public transport to our campuses, Getting to the University by Train
Nottingham is a historic English city. This region of the UK has been inhabited since 4,000BC. It is mentioned in the 1086 Domesday Book as Snotingeham (name first written in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle in 868AD). The area of Nottingham and Sherwood Forest is also associated with Robin Hood whose legend first arose in the Middle Ages. His main adversary was the Sheriff of Nottingham, which is a ceremonial position that still exists today.
Nottingham is very well located for further travel in England – the Lake District, the West Country – as well as Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dublin, and Belfast are an hour away by air from East Midlands.