Announcement for 2nd Mumolade Workshop, Nottingham, June 2013

The second workshop of the MUMOLADE project will take place in Nottingham from June. 10.-18. Advanced scientific training courses and the skill training on “writing a scientific publication” will be provided for our ESR and ER fellows.


Nottingham, United Kingdom

Venue 1: Jubilee Campus, Meeting room 7 (Wollaton Rd, Nottingham NG8 1BB)
Venue 2: University Park - School of Engineering, Pope building C18 (The University of Nottingham, University Park, Nottingham, NG7 2RD, see the map below)


Start: Mon. 10. June 2013, 9:00 (Venue: Jubilee Campus - Meeting Room 7)
End: Tue. 18. june 2012, 17:30


The final training programme is available here (or as Excel Sheet)
Please check our latest information about the lecturers here.


The address of the hotel is: Sodexo, National College for Teaching and Leadership
Triumph Road, Nottingham, NG8 1DH (see also the map below)

Location overview:

Travel to hotel:


From the bus station Nottingham Coach station:

When you leave Railway Station; turn left and go along Station St when you will pass Tesco Express and Starbucks cafe turn slightly right and go along Carrington St; at the end of the road you will see Broad Mash bus station (picture in the right corner). From here take INGIGO BUS (bay 3) or i4 bus (bay 4). Leave bus at Lenton, Hillside bus stop. (To be 100% sure that it is good bus stops tell the driver that you want to get to the Jubilee Campus. It is important to tell the driver your destination because drivers don’t stop on each bus stop and before your stop you should ring a bell, but in situation when you are a foreigner when the driver know when you want to leave he will stop). In UK you are buying a ticket at the entrance to the bus. The driver will ask you where are you going and on that basis he charge you (normal one way ticket cost around 1.75£; it very important to have coins or low nominal currency. Driver doesn’t like to make you change from high nominal currency).

Once you leave the bus, follow the route indicate on the map below:

Jubilee campus map:

Buses from Nottingham train station:

For University Park campus, the bus stops closest to the train station are Broadmarsh bus station (for Trent Barton’s Indigo services or Canal Street (for Nottingham City Transport’s 13 and 14 services).

For Jubilee campus, take any of the services listed above that start from the city. They depart from the northern side of the city centre, so you may want to use the free Centrelink bus to get around the city centre.

Bus services to Jubilee Campus:



Service provider

St Peter's Court Shuttle

St Peter's Court, Jubilee, University   Park, City



City, Jubilee, Wollaton, Ilkeston,   Cotmanhay

Trent Barton


University Park, Jubilee, St Peter's   Court, City Hospital

Nottingham City Transport


City, Ilkeston Road, Beechdale, Bilborough 

Nottingham City Transport


City, Ilkeston Road, Wollaton, Bramcote   Moor, Wollaton Vale 

Nottingham City Transport

31 UNILINK ? term time only

City, Ilkeston Road, Jubilee

Nottingham City Transport


QMC, Wollaton Road, Bilborough College,   Phoenix Park, Bulwell

Nottingham City Transport


Arnold, City Hospital, Jubilee, QMC,   Clifton Boulevard, Clifton

Nottingham City Transport


QMC, Triumph Road, Phoenix Park, Nuthall,   Kimberley, Eastwood

Your Bus

Look at Traveline to create a personalised journey plan and to get maps and more detailed directions.

Hopper Bus service:

The University of Nottingham provides free hopper bus services that run from the main University Park Campus to Jubilee, Sutton Bonington and King's Meadow campuses, and the Royal Derby Hospital Centre.


For further information visit website:

Travel to Nottingham:

By coach: For those who will travel from Heathrow airport to Nottingham,  the best way is to take bus ( ). BE CAREFUL, if you book to travel by bus choose the right Terminal from Heathrow airport and as a destination the Nottingham Coach station. This will take you from the airport’s exit and bring you straight to Nottingham.

By train: Nottingham has a direct connection with the London St. Pancras station. You can book your tickets from there:

If you choose train, keep in mind that the ‘advance’ ticket means that you must travel with the itinerary you have booked, while with the ‘off-peak’ ticket you can travel at any itinerary at this route that is indicated ‘off-peak’. Usually, advance tickets are cheaper, so you’ve better book an advance ticket.

For those who would like a short break to London, before the workshop: In this case, try to find a hotel outside the city centre if you want reasonable prices! London has a labyrinth of underground lines and you can go almost everywhere with that. There, you can find information about transportation in London:

Travel in London:

From Heathrow airport, you can travel to the centre of London either by the underground (cheap but slow – around 45mins) or Heathrow express (expensive but quick – around 15mins).

More detailed information:

Nottingham is centred in the heart of the United Kingdom, its location in the East Midlands provides easy access to numerous transport links. 

International airports

The University of Nottingham is within easy reach of several of the country's largest airports:

  • East Midlands Airport (EMA) - 13 miles / 21km
  • Birmingham International (BHX) - 48 miles / 77km
  • Manchester (MAN) - 66 miles / 106km
  • London Heathrow (LHR) - 129 miles / 208km

Other transport

Nottingham is easily accessible from the M1 motorway, Nottingham Train Station ( has direct lines to most major cities in the UK and there is a very comprehensive bus and tram service for Nottingham and the surrounding areas. Once you've arrived in Nottingham, our campuses are easy to locate with quick and convenient public transport.

Jubilee Campus

The University of Nottingham
Jubilee Campus
Wollaton Road

From Nottingham

A number of public services run close to or through our campuses.

By bus

There are a number of bus services running from Nottingham to Jubilee Campus. 

Buses from Nottingham train station

For University Park campus, the bus stops closest to the train station are Broadmarsh bus station (for Trent Barton’s Indigo services) or Canal Street (for Nottingham City Transport’s 13 and 14 services).

For Jubilee campus, take any of the services listed above that start from the city. They depart from the northern side of the city centre, so you may want to use the free Centrelink bus to get around the city centre.

Useful links:;


There are taxi ranks throughout the city and immediately adjacent to the main railway and bus stations. The journey to the campus takes approximately 15 minutes.

Avoid rogue and unlicensed taxi drivers - Nottingham City Council licenses two types of vehicles - Hackney Carriages and Private Hire vehicles. If you get into a Private Hire car without pre-booking it (that is - you stop it or find it in the street) you may not be covered by insurance. Private Hire drivers call this 'flying' and they know they are breaking the law. If you are involved in an accident you will experience difficulty in claiming for any damage or injuries.

From East Midlands Airport


From East Midlands Airport you can take Trent Barton Indigo service, or the Nottingham City Transport's Skylink service. Buses leave from outside the Airport Arrivals hall.

Buses run every 30 minutes until midnight, then hourly until 4am when the half hourly service resumes. The service goes past the University Park Campus (on route to Nottingham Broadmarsh bus station) and goes to Sutton Bonington (on route to Loughborough).


You can also walk to the taxi rank on the terminal forecourt and take a direct taxi to the University. The cost of a single/one way journey is approximately £20. Taxis are normally available 24 hours.

From M1 motorway

Leave the M1 motorway at Junction 25 to join the A52 to Nottingham. After five miles turn left onto the A6514, Middleton Boulevard. Turn right at the next roundabout onto the A609 Wollaton Road. The main entrance to Jubilee Campus is clearly signposted on the right.

From campus to campus

The University provides a free Hopper Bus service which runs from University Park Campus to Jubilee Campus, Sutton Bonington Campus and King's Meadow Campus.

Map of Jubilee Campus: