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  • Children running

    Nottingham Trent Volunteering and the Employability team have teamed up to help you find out about the huge range of opportunities that you can get involved in at NTU.

  • Students

    Nottingham Trent University has achieved its highest ever ranking in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide, it is announced today.

  • Presenting

    The Big House at Nottingham Trent University (NTU), the Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) and Derby Quad’s Mainframe jointly present the opportunity for Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire-based businesses to compete for a chance to pitch to investors looking to support the creative and tech businesses of the future.,-ambitious-digital-businesses-to-pitch-for-investment

  • Winners of Hong Kong YDC 2018

    Nottingham Trent University (NTU) have once again produced winners at the Hong Kong Young Fashion Designers’ Contest.

  • Nick Kwok - Shima Seiki Award winner

    Knitwear Symphony, also known as the Hong Kong Young Knitwear Designers’ Contest, is now in its eighth year running and continues to grow each year and attract new talent. Nick Kwok was crowned winner of the Shima Seiki award, impressing the judges with his unique collection.

  • Con Dao Prison Island

    Academics from the School of Arts and Humanities and the School of Art & Design visited Con Dao prison in Vietnam and delivered talks at Ton Duc Thang University as part of a prison heritage workshop.

  • Apprentice with boss

    Nottingham Civic Exchange and NTU explore how Nottingham can become the first 'Good Work City'

  • George Bloomfield

    BA (Hons) Marketing student at Nottingham Business School undertakes a 12 month work placement and flourishes with a first place prize.

  • Lee Mattocks collections

    Fashion Accessory Design Course Leader Lee Mattocks will be judging an international fashion accessory design competition in China.

  • morgan sindall podcast

    The world of work is changing rapidly. Innovation is enabling and disrupting industries in equal measure. Listen to this NTU and Morgan Sindall discussion on the rapidly changing world of work in the construction industry.