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11 September 2017
Nottingham Business School ranked amongst the top 100 internationally in the Financial Times Ranking for Masters in Management
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.
A conference considering the role of education as an engine for social change in the UK is to be hosted by the Nottingham Institute of Education.
Senior Lecturer in Architectural Technology Vince Conway spent two weeks in India, teaching at Chitkara University’s 9th Global Week, and visiting local schools.
For the fifth consecutive year, Nottingham Trent University’s BA (Hons) Journalism course has been crowned as the UK’s top performing undergraduate journalism course, by the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ).
Nottingham Civic Exchange brought together students, residents, community groups and academic experts to watch the Budget live, debate what it meant for the region and share this with a range of media during and after the event.
NTU go into the game having suffered two tough defeats with no points thus far. Leeds Beckett, who lost every game last year, got off the mark in their first game against Bath.
The mentoring scheme is intended to give students an insight into practice and to enhance their learning experience
Dame Judith Hackitt DBE has officially opened Nottingham Trent University’s new Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Centre (ISTeC).
Since 2016, Nottingham Trent University have continued to develop their relationship with the Communication University of China by delivering postgraduate courses in Beijing.
The 2017 event welcomed more students and industry employers than ever before
A short trip down to Loughborough saw NTU face another tough test in the BUCS Super Rugby 8th round, still seeking their first win. From the off, Loughborough looked in control and dangerous with the ball as NTU struggled to contain their attack. Unfortunately for NTU, the game was taken away from them in the first half before they even had chance to get going.
A total of 400 students from Nottingham Business School (NBS), at Nottingham Trent University, put their business knowledge into practice to help solve real-life challenges submitted by organisations.