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  • Students

    NTU has been awarded funding under a joint Research England and Office for Students (OfS) programme to improve access and participation for Black, Asian and minority ethnic groups in postgraduate research (PGR) study.

  • Bottles of Covid vaccine

    Professor Leighton Vaughan Williams, Nottingham Business School, unravels ONS statistics which show Covid-19 death rates by vaccination status.,-vaccination-statistics-can-prove-deadly-simpsons-paradox-shows-why

  • Ellie Long Article

    Nottingham Business School are delighted to announce that Eleanor Long has been awarded the 'Rising Star Award' for leading the way in business

  • Young women making a couple of tea for parent with a crutch

    As the UK marks Carers Rights Day on 25 November, researcher and senior lecturer in Human Resource Management at Nottingham Business School, Dr Louise Oldridge, highlights the struggles people face when looking after their friends and family.

  • Graphic of money and an arrow pointing upwards

    The economic levelling of the UK economy over the coming years is unlikely and can only be addressed through significant additional investment in the local areas of the UK that ‘have been left behind’. This is the conclusion of the 2021 edition of the UK Competitiveness Index, which is compiled by researchers at Nottingham Business School, part of Nottingham Trent University, and Cardiff University.

  • Daniel King

    Nottingham Business School are delighted to announce that Professor Daniel King has been recognised as a Pandemic Pioneer through his work on 'Respond, recover, reset: the voluntary sector and COVID-19'.

  • UN75 banner

    Join NTU academics and our international partners for a series of events, workshops and discussions to continue our engagement with the UN75 dialogue around how we can work together to tackle global challenges.

  • Baby with nurse after vaccination

    Belief in anti-vaccination conspiracy theories can be reduced by correcting misperceptions of what others in society believe, according to psychologists who have examined the impact of a new social intervention approach.

  • Chemical reaction

    A new study has for the first time been able to monitor the different stages of a chemical reaction, as one bond breaks and another forms.

  • Horse

    In the first study of horse falls for over 20 years, researchers have identified some simple interventions to reduce the risk of injury in equestrian sport - making it safer for both horses and riders.