Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is one of the largest and most popular universities in the UK. Situated in the heart of one of the UK’s best students cities, NTU offers a fantastic student experience combining quality courses and facilities with a student experience that is hard to match.
We’re focused on building successful graduates. With an employment rate of 93%* it’s clear NTU graduates leave well prepared for a successful future.
Our courses have been designed to give you the skills employers are looking for and there is plenty of opportunity for you to develop yourself and increase your employability. Many of our courses offer you the option of taking a placement giving you hands-on experience as part of your degree.
We've invested over £350 million across all three campuses to give you the best possible student experience.
Nottingham is a great place to live and study. Around 60,000 students study here and the city has a real student vibe and everything you need for the complete student life (HESA data).
We’re committed to looking after our environment and NTU has been voted as the seventh most environmentally friendly university in the UK in a national league table.**
Come and experience NTU for yourself. Book onto one of our Open Days.
* (Latest DLHE survey undergraduate results 2012-2013)
** (The Guardian 2013, People & Planet Green League)
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The School of Science and Technology at Nottingham Trent University is at the forefront of teaching and research and contributes strongly to the University's endeavours for academic excellence. The School fosters a multi-disciplinary approach
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*Source: Times Good University Guide 2015