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  • Juergen-Maier

    The chief executive of Siemens UK has been appointed as a member of Nottingham Trent University’s Board of Governors.

  • gingerbread house with caution tape

    On 14 December a light-hearted theatrical performance – the Ghosts of Christmas Past – will take place at the National Justice Museum.

  • Big-house

    A group of talented digital founders and entrepreneurs in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire have been selected to take part in a fast-track programme dedicated at accelerating the growth of tech SMEs.

  • Sir-ken

    The Lord Lieutenant of Greater London and an internationally respected theatre-maker will receive honorary degrees from Nottingham Trent University.

  • Entrance to the Legal Advice Centre

    Cartwright King director, Laura Pinkney, has been appointed as head of the Legal Advice Centre at Nottingham Law School, as the Centre exceeds £2.5 million in compensation and recovered benefits for clients.

  • Hands holding a game controller

    Pioneering research into behavioural addiction by Distinguished Professor Mark Griffiths at Nottingham Trent University has today been named as one of the UK’s 100 best breakthroughs for its significant impact on people’s everyday lives.

  • students sitting around a computer

    Nottingham Business School has been ranked in the top 100 European Business Schools by the Financial Times for the second year running.

  • Metronome

    A new Nottingham Centre for Creative Technologies (NCCT) has been announced – an exciting addition to creative education in Nottingham.

  • Priority Skills Project Launch

    Universities and colleges across Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire have come together to launch ground-breaking projects to tackle skills shortages and skills gaps in the region and support hundreds of small and medium sized businesses and organisations (SMEs) – by making sure the area is home to a talented workforce with the high level skills that SMEs really need.

  • Plastic at the bottom of the ocean with boat

    The development of a ‘plastics treaty’ which bans oil-based plastics is needed to clean up our oceans, according to environmental law experts.