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  • NTU Female Lacrosse Player running

    NTU Women’s Lacrosse 1 take on University of Cambridge 2 in our Match of the Week, in week seventeen of BUCS action. Below we preview the match between the two sides and break down all the key things you need to know before the game.

  • NTU Men's Rugby union players in a huddle

    NTU face Leeds Beckett in their first BUCS Super Rugby fixture of 2019 this Wednesday (23 January). Below we preview everything you need to know, as NTU go in search of a win against Leeds Beckett.

  • Amelia Guttridge

    Amelia Guttridge, MA Creative Writing student, becomes a freelance reviewer for the Times Literary Supplement following a two week internship last September.

  • people planting trees

    Volunteer to help plant 3000 trees on 5th February at Southglade Park

  • Horses in stable

    Temperature ranges used as an important measure of equine wellness may be too high to represent healthy horses, British research suggests.,-study-suggests

  • Jacob Elliot BAM Nuttall Award Win

    A final year student on the BSc Civil Engineering course from the School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment has won ‘Trainee of the Year 2018’ for his outstanding work on his placement year.

  • Students singing in the NTU Chamber Choir

    Do you love to sing? The Nottingham Trent University (NTU) Chamber Choir are looking for student soprano singers to join the ensemble, ahead of an international tour to China in April.

  • Graduate Programme visual

    The NTU Graduate Development Programme, applications are now open for 2019.

  • FHP student living CEO with students

    Nottingham Trent University’s sports teams head into the New Year in a strong position and with another year of continued support from sponsors, FHP Student Living.

  • Young women being Cyber Bullied

    Young adults and males are more likely to experience cyberbullying, and to carry out cyberbullying themselves, than females and older people, new research has shown.,-new-research-reveals