The Saturday Art Club offers students in Years 9, 10 or 11 the chance to enhance their creative skills, learn new art and design techniques, and exhibit their work in London and at NTU.
Exhibitions | Fairs | Networking
Attending the Fair will give you the platform to promote your opportunities to over 400 students from undergraduate, postgraduate and further education courses, who are eager to enhance their career prospects.
Networking | Public lectures | Seminars | Workshops
Go beyond the basics of digital marketing and gain professional knowledge to take your online marketing practices around SEO to the next level.
Networking | Public lectures
From finding himself in debt after a skiing holiday to being the chief executive of a multi-million pound business. John will tell the story of how he built his company up from an idea to the success it is today,
The next Legal Advice Centre Recruitment Lecture for current Nottingham Law School students will be taking place at 6 pm on Monday 27 November 2017 in Newton LT2. The lecture is compulsory for any student, who would like to apply and work in the Centre, as a Student Adviser for 2018.
Modern Languages Research Seminar
Mars is the target of our hunt for life and water. Dr L Goehring (NTU) will show us how researchers can find traces of past water on our planetary neighbour using examples on Earth.
Conferences | Networking | Seminars
Join the Droplet and flow interactions with bio-inspired and smart surfaces Special Interest Group (SIG) of the UK Fluids Network for a free industry event to discuss your industrial research needs and challenges, view the groups research capabilities and discuss how these may be combined for mutual benefit.
As part of the SHAPE Research Seminar Series, Dr Carla Silva, NTU presents: Sliding lives in para-volleyball.
Post Colonial Research Seminar