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  • Professional students

    Association for Project Management (APM), the chartered body for the project profession, has announced that Nottingham Trent University has become the world’s first university to achieve Recognised Assessment to Chartered Project Professional (ChPP) status.

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    Celebrating the success of NTU students and their contribution to Nottingham Civic Exchange's work programmes through TILT SPUR projects.

  • Hand Car Washes across Bristol RPM

    Reflections from two SPUR researchers on mapping hand car washes across a large urban city as part of Good Work Nottingham.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Red Arrows

    The Red Arrows flew over Nottingham city centre on Monday 15 July to celebrate four decades of innovation in business education at Nottingham Business School (NBS), part of Nottingham Trent University (NTU).

  • Energy poverty

    A Europe-wide project to study and support cities and communities in their goal to produce more energy than they use is to be led by Nottingham Business School at Nottingham Trent University.

  • Grads4Nott

    More than 100 Nottingham Trent University (NTU) students will spend two weeks solving 36 real-life challenges from local businesses to gain valuable work experience and promote Nottingham as a destination for graduates.

  • Women in a dark room looking stressed

    Relentless negative reporting on economic downturns is impacting on people’s emotions and contributing to the suicide rate, according to new research.,-says-new-research

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    Businesses must strive for a balance which places equal value on the presence of men and women in the boardroom, the leader of one of Britain’s top business groups says.,-says-iod-chair