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Nottingham Trent University has climbed 19 places in a national league table focusing on student satisfaction and outcomes.
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.
The Student Services team at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) has been recognised as outstanding, due to its work to support student mental well-being.
Nottingham Trent University has been awarded a gold rating in the Government’s Teaching Excellence Framework for its outstanding teaching and learning.
Year Two BA (Hons) Fashion Design student, Melissa Mehrtens, has secured a place on GAP Inc.’s prestigious ten-week Summer Internship Programme.
Final Year BA (Hons) Fashion Design students, Leanne Westbury and Natasha Flannery, have both accepted a place on the highly sought-after URBN international placement programme.
Four final year Textile Design students have been chosen to embark on year-long internships at ANN INC. in New York
Lucy Judd, outreach coordinator, at Nottingham Trent University writes about how outreach work could increase the 1% of refugees who reach education.
Ten ambitious students from Nottingham Trent University have been selected to travel to China this summer after being awarded the Vice-Chancellor’s Mandarin Scholarships.
A student is using NASA technology to grow vegetables without soil and using minimal water, in a bid to alleviate hunger and provide an alternative source of income for communities across developing nations.
A saucepan to help elderly people with arthritis keep their independence has been designed by a student who was inspired by her grandparents.
More families in Nottingham are likely to be struggling financially than the UK average due to the high proportion of households employed in low paid caring roles, according to new analysis.