Read the latest news on university research, initiatives and successes.
6 December 2017
Nottingham Business School has been ranked amongst the top 95 in the Financial Times European Business Schools ranking 2017. The ranking measures the quality and range of postgraduate programmes.
1 December 2017
Nottingham Trent University has been named 2017’s ‘University of the Year’.
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.
Roseanna Escobar-Byrne created a ten minute film ‘Home is Where the Art is’ focusing on the life of artist David Tovey. It has since been screened at film festivals in the UK, Spain and Canada.
Following the launch of the RSA's report on Economic Insecurity in partnership with Nottingham Civic Exchange we have commissioned a series of blogs by NTU academics which will examine different aspects of economic insecurity.
Interior architecture and design students complete live project that engaged the local authority of St Edmundsbury in Suffolk.
Researchers from Nottingham Trent University are helping to reveal hidden information about 600-year-old medieval manuscript, the Canterbury Roll.
An influential national think tank has launched a report aimed at addressing the economic challenges facing ordinary working families, building on work started in Nottingham.
NTU Sport are delighted to be working with Pulse fitness on our fully refurbished fitness suite. We have teamed up to create a very exciting and inspiring space, with functional training, customers’ needs and wants, exciting new equipment, and design at the heart of the project.
Could you help NTU to become even more sustainable? Applications for a placement opportunity for current students are open now.
Furniture and Product Design student Arjun Singh Assa has recently completed a six-month placement at Ranjodh furniture.
Nottingham Civic Exchange helps to showcase important NTU criminology research with prominent sector leading publishers.
If you’re creative and aged 13 to 24, make sure you don’t miss your opportunity to enter this year’s prestigious Nottingham Young Creative Awards.