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Nottingham Trent University has climbed 19 places in a national league table focusing on student satisfaction and outcomes.
11 May 2017
People in Nottinghamshire experiencing issues with their social welfare rights, landlords, tenants, business transactions, neighbours, employers or former employers are being offered free legal advice at a series of drop-in sessions at Nottingham Law School's Legal Advice Centre.
A conference considering the role of education as an engine for social change in the UK is to be hosted by the Nottingham Institute of Education.
Nottingham Trent University has submitted plans to convert a former Wesleyan Chapel into a venue for degree ceremonies and other prestigious events.
Over 40 students and staff have recently returned from a successful Concert Band and Drumline tour to Paris where they performed in venues across the city.
Taking a ten-minute stroll midway through a long journey is by far the best way for motorists to instantly reduce discomfort and protect against it for the remainder of the drive, a new study has shown.
Athletes who have experienced adverse events in their personal lives – such as parental divorce, financial problems or a serious accident – perform significantly better under pressure, new research suggests.
A Masters student studying Graphic Design has developed a publicity campaign to help others overcome seasonal affective disorder.
MA Textile Design Innovation student Nick Thomas has developed a tactile textiles activity book which aims to give people the bug for creativity.
Nottingham Law School undergraduate, Arnold Mujakachi, has been awarded a Freshfields Stephen Lawrence 2017 Scholarship.
Today, a record number of parks and green spaces collect the Green Flag Award.
Free car maintenance and mindfulness courses are being offered by Nottingham Trent University as part of a study on driver behaviour.
One NTU Masters and Sport Scholar student has developed her own book "Song of Jade" and is now in talks with publishers to get it on the shelves.