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Welcome to the Centre for Student and Community Engagement (CenSCE) – a department dedicated to connecting and enabling society and NTU to flourish. With expertise in using data, research and pedagogy to advance Nottingham Trent University’s widening participation and social mobility agendas, CenSCE has earned a national reputation for innovation and quality.

At Nottingham Trent University, we have been monitoring our situation with regard to the Coronavirus closely, preparing to take appropriate action as the national position changes. The University will remain open, but all face to face teaching and community-based outreach will be suspended with immediate effect until 17 April. The situation will be continually reviewed, and we'll keep in touch about any developments. Our aim is to keep you informed, connected and supported. For any queries, please contact us at

Disrupt the Narrative

We’re all held back by stagnant social mobility. Watch Disrupt the Narrative to find out what we do and why we do it for communities, individuals and society.

We facilitate evidence-based programmes that raise attainment and help students develop characteristics, social and cultural capital required to access and succeed at university and beyond. The team delivers more than 700 activities each year, places 300 NTU undergraduates in local schools, works with over 30,000 pupils and matches more than 1,000 volunteers to a range of community projects.

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