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  • Professor Martyn Bennett

    Professor Martyn Bennett provides his thoughts and insight into the prorogation of parliament.

  • New Designers Stand 2019

    Earlier this month, Katy Thomas and Richard Blizzard, both from the BA (Hons) Product Design course, were awarded the prestigious Lego prize and the John Lewis prize at New Designers 2019 exhibition.

  • Digital Summit

    NBS MSc Digital Marketing students recently took part in Nottingham Digital Summit in collaboration with Hallam Internet. They were given the opportunity to see the theory they have learnt being put in to practice in a digital marketing consultancy setting.

  • people and Planet third place logo

    Nottingham Trent University (NTU) has once again been recognised as one of the most sustainable universities in the UK by the highly regarded People & Planet University Green League.

  • HBNU summer school trip

    Two students were offered summer school scholarships by Hanbat National University following the course’s International Design Studio (IDS) collaborative project this year.

  • Feixue Huangdu BBC

    NTU's MA Museum and Heritage Development student Feixue Huangdu has attracted over one million Chinese viewers by live streaming tours of UK heritage sites. She has been featured on the BBC, Countryfile and The Independent for her work.

  • Santander awards 2019

    Supporting entrepreneurship and enterprise at NTU with Santander

  • Shuang Cao

    A student has produced an eco-friendly fabric made from mostly household ingredients.

  • Talks with Paul Clewlow Signature Discovery BioCity

    Nottingham Business School (NBS) has hosted a prestigious five-day event nurturing emerging start-ups in the health-tech and pharma industries.

  • Kershaw Arm Brace

    A cyclist who lost the movement of his arm after being in a head-on collision with a car has been helped to ride again thanks to his former university.