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  • Several NTU Men's Rugby Union Players Huddle Around


    NTU fall to defeat against Cardiff.

    22 February 2019

    NTU Men’s Rugby Union travelled to Cardiff with hopes of getting a win to keep them in touching distance of Loughborough and Cardiff. However, it was not to be as a strong Cardiff side took the victory.

  • Activities at Global Week

    The rich cultural diversity of Nottingham Trent University will be showcased as part of its Global Week 2019 celebrations.

  • Ada LoveLace Day visit to BioCity

    Forty-five female students from three Nottingham schools took part in an Ada Lovelace Day event at leading life sciences incubator, BioCity Nottingham, to learn about the opportunities of a career in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).

  • NTU Netball player looking to pass the ball

    NTU Women’s Netball 1 take on the University of Nottingham 1 in our Match of the Week, in week twenty-two of BUCS action. Below we preview the league decider between the two City rivals and break down all the key things you need to know before the big game.

  • NTU Women's Football coach Jenni Foster leaning on a goal post

    We sat down with NTU Women’s first team football lead coach Jennifer Foster to chat about the success of the team, how she got involved in coaching and what she hopes to achieve in the coming months.

  • Burglar alarm keypad

    Newly published research has shown that the presence of internal and external lights and window and door locks are more effective in reducing burglary than alarms. The findings also reveal the population groups typically without this protection who are more likely to fall victim to burglary.,-and-identifies-those-most-at-risk

  • Image promoting Fairtrade Fortnight 2019

    Look out for a range of events and activities to get involved in

  • Dance squad

    NTU Global week runs 25 February - 04 March, and we're taking the opportunity to celebrate our multinational community and highlight how sport and physical activity can enhance your university experience and bring people together!

  • Children reading

    Children with Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) will be able to benefit from new support with their literacy skills after Nottingham Trent University was awarded £118,000 from the Leverhulme Trust.

  • NTU Men's Rugby Union Players celebrate winning

    NTU travel to Wales as they take on fellow league strugglers Cardiff in another round of BUCS Super Rugby action this Wednesday 20 February. We preview all the key information you need to know, as NTU look to get a vital win on the board.