We are working with partners to produce a modern curriculum, highly skilled engineers, and shared access to talent, knowledge and innovation through collaborative research.
Key areas of research include smart materials, medical technologies, advance materials, digitilisation and cognitive robotics.
New engineering courses
In 2017, following a £50mn investment in state-of-the-art facilities, we launched our new engineering courses.
Our new and innovative engineering courses have been created with input from engineering companies and industry bodies.
We asked companies such as Speedo, Pepsico, 3M, British Steel, Bombardier, Rolls Royce and the Institution of Engineering Technology (IET) what their ideal engineering graduate would look like and what skills they would have.
With this knowledge, our engineering courses give students relevant engineering skills and industry experience, making them highly employable.
University unveils new £11m science facility
Work has been completed on an £11 million science facility dedicated to teaching and research at Nottingham Trent University.
Morgan Sindall joins Nottingham Trent University in a commitment to develop the region’s workforce and drive innovation
Leading UK Construction and Infrastructure company Morgan Sindall and Nottingham Trent University (NTU) have announced a new partnership that will focus on developing the region's workforce and encouraging innovation in the construction sector.
Combining innovative design and expertise, we're working with partners and departments across the university to create smart textiles, medical devices and robotics.
We are discovering innovative and cost-effective solutions to challenges, and inventing new technologies, devices, diagnostics and wearables. Issues we focus on include boosting health and sports performance, helping manufacturers of advanced materials, and improving prosthetics.
Find out more about our research into advanced materials.
PepsiCo provide NTU with £20,000 robotic arm
NTU's School of Architecture Design and the Built Environment has formed a valuable research partnership with PepsiCo
Washing machine invention saves energy and the planet
A student and researcher from Nottingham Trent University have developed a unique way for washing machine companies to clean up their carbon emissions and save the UK almost 45,000 tonnes of CO2 a year in transportation.