Nottingham Trent University
Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is one of the UK’s most popular universities with over 30,000 students studying across its three campuses and partnership institutions. It's a top 25 UK university for student satisfaction (Complete University Guide) with Gold-rated teaching (TEF 2017). NTU has invested over £450 million in their campuses over the past 15 years, meaning students can enjoy modern learning environments and industry-standard facilities. Located in a great student city – Nottingham is compact, friendly, and fantastically well-positioned, with an energetic community of more than 60,000 students.
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The main things you need to know about studying at the Nottingham Trent University.
The University is ranked as 601-800 in the World University Rankings for 2021, and is ranked as the 46th best overall university in the UK.
97% of Nottingham Trent University graduates find work or are in further study within six months of graduation, while a whopping 93% of graduates would recommend their university to prospective students.
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Nottingham Trent University offers some bursaries and scholarships. Visit their undergraduate or postgraduate funding pages for further information.
Accommodation at NTU covers a range of different options, from halls of residence to studios and shared houses, but they all offer safe and comfortable living in a range of locations. Whether you want to be in the city or somewhere a bit quieter, NTU can help you find your next home from home. Find out more.
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Nottingham Trent Students' Union (NTSU) is a non-profit organisation affiliated with Nottingham Trent University (NTU). Which exists to represent NTU students and enhance their university experience from the moment they start their course. Their Mission: We empower students to make NTU the best academic and personal experience for themselves and others.
Prominent graduates from Nottingham Trent University include celebrities, politicians, business people such as: comedian, Paul Kaye; journalist, Sarah Travers; politician, Liz Blackman.
Dr Mohsen Rahmani has been awarded a £1.2 million Future Leaders Fellowship by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI). Science Minister Amanda Solloway has today announced the latest next wave of individuals to receive funding over an initial four-year period through this flagship scheme.
"In the heart of the country, Nottingham has great links to the rest of the UK, and is renowned for student living. There’s a reason why almost 50,000 students choose to call this place home for three years".
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