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  • First-memories

    Nearly 40 per cent of people have a fictional first memory, according to a new study involving Nottingham Trent University.,-study-finds

  • Hate Crime

    The Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services report on police responses to hate crime in England and Wales found a ‘postcode lottery’ in terms of police responses. Nottingham Trent University has already been working on these important issues. The University has piloted a new risk assessment tool, implemented by Nottinghamshire Police following evaluative feedback from officers.,-streamline-and-improve-hate-crime-reporting

  • Szilvia Ponyiczki MFA Fine Art

    Masters students from around the globe will exhibit original art and design works during Nottingham Trent University’s annual postgraduate show: Mastered.

  • Thirty Years War

    The Centre for the Study of Religion and Conflict hosted a conference around the Thirty Years War to mark its 400 year anniversary. It was sponsored by the British Commission for Military History and was attended by scholars from across the UK and US.

  • victorious basketball team

    Nottingham Trent University has finished in 13th place on the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) league table

  • Our BA (Hons) Graphic Design students at D&AD New Blood

    Leah Davis, Tom Knowles and Ben Wood all received Wooden Pencil awards for their final year projects at the annual exhibition of excellence in design and art direction

  • Great Places livescribe poster

    Dr Paula Black provides evidence to the Great Places Commission supporting their exploration into creating communities through anchor institutions.

  • Harry Taylor with pupils

    BA (Hons) Sports Education and Special and Inclusive Education student, Harry Taylor, has Co-Founded a fast growing sports company that specialises in sports coaching for primary school children aged 5 – 14.

  • Chatsworth House

    The School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences' horticulture team have been offered placement opportunities for our FdSc and BSc (Hons) Horticulture students at Chatsworth House.

  • Online-customer-reviews

    Nottingham Trent University is leading a €7.2 million project to develop a circular economy approach for everyday products and services through their life cycles.