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  • Student on a building site

    Nottingham’s two world-class universities have launched a pioneering collaboration to help change the lives of local people for the better, as independent research reveals that every 22 seconds someone in Nottingham interacts with one of the city’s universities.

  • Mosul

    Researchers looking at preserving the cultural heritage of Mosul, Iraq, have been awarded a grant of almost £300,000.

  • Crowd Research

    NTU students were invited to participate in a one-day crowd research workshop, exploring the effectiveness of current recycling methods across the University’s City Campus.

  • Female students at Women in Built Environment event

    NTU welcomed over 40 female industry professionals to the University for the seventh Women in the Built Environment (WiBE) event, held in November 2019.

  • Undergraduate design students from the Korean Design Membership programme

    International cultural organisation Gwangju Design Center (GDC) collaborated with Nottingham Trent University (NTU) to give students from South Korea the opportunity to experience new ways of learning.

  • NTU academics at Gwangju Design Biennale 2019

    Nottingham Trent University (NTU) contributed to two key events supported by the Gwangju Design Center (GDC) in Gwangju, South Korea.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Designs by Joe Parker, Richard Chapman, Bill Holding, Ben Cox, Alex Taylor

    Every year, China Design Centre (CDC) organises a series of exhibitions, events and talks in both the UK and China, working with various international partners to engage creative communities around the globe.

  • Ashley Marlborough, Franklin Fairbrass, Tyler Blackborough and Joanne Robinson: Engineers Without Borders UK competition

    A team of four second year BSc (Hons) Product Design students were awarded second place in the Grand Final of the annual Engineering for People Design Challenge for their project Safe Spot.