Study support at NTU
During your time at NTU, you can be sure of an excellent range of support to help with your studies. We offer the following in addition to the seminars, tutorials and lectures associated with your course. Here's your A to Z listing of the free, additional study support available at NTU.
Our libraries run a wide range of Study Support: Academic Skills Workshops. We also offer a lunchtime drop-in service for students. The Student Mentors and library team are available in the libraries on all three campuses to see individuals and / or groups of students who need help with their academic work.
We offer specialist learning support for people with dyslexia, dyspraxia and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Take a look at our Student Services pages to find out more.
English language support for international students
You can book an appointment with our English Language Support Team or visit Nottingham Language Centre for help with your writing.
Exam stress support
It is normal to find revision difficult and to feel anxious. That's why we run the Stamp Out Stress (SOS) campaign each year to help you combat exam stress. Find out more about SOS and the events on offer.
Health and well-being support
We realise that when you're feeling healthy happy, you're more likely to be successful in your studies. That's why we have a team dedicated to ensuring your health and wellbeing.
Our libraries can help you with referencing and avoiding plagiarism and you can take advantage of their information literacy workshops and drop-in sessions.
Our IT resource rooms and PC clusters are distributed across all sites, with thousands of PCs providing access to Microsoft Office, email, web browsing, networked file storage etc. Clifton campus and City site's resource rooms are open 24-hours-a-day.
We opened a brand new library at Brackenhurst campus this year for the School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences. We invested £2.75 million in its 172 study spaces, 84 PCs and 20 laptops for loan. Boots library at the City site has also just undergone a £4.2 million investment. Take a look at your library resources.
You can call into your local NTU library for a one-to-one drop-in session, or you can book an appointment with a Maths Tutor.
Mental health support
Our Mental Health Support Team helps to remove barriers to study. They can help you with concentration and memory difficulties; motivational difficulties; organisational and time management skills; anxiety and depression.
NOW: Nottingham Trent University Online Workspace
You can use our tailored virtual learning environment for your distance learning and to access module information, resources for study, NTU news and email.
Book your place on an open day to explore our learning resources and to meet the staff who will be supporting you in your studies.