We're working with the professional and public services sector to address the growing threat posed by disruptive digital technology, including fintech, insurtech, lawtech and cybercrime.
We do this by providing talent, skills and innovative expertise in key areas including big data analytics, artificial intelligence, cloud computing and cyber security.
NTU's Strategic Partnerships team works with professional services firms in banking, accountancy and finance, law, and the insurance and consultancy industries.
Our expertise in law, science and business means that we can excel in levering our research excellence, teaching and industry connections to create organisational competitive advantage. Our partners include Capital One, Freeths, Santander, and Potter Clarkson.
The University's public service engagement focuses primarily on the police, fire and prison services.
Santander's 10-year partnership with NTU celebrated
The University's partnership with the banking group has seen more than £680,000 invested in opportunities for students
Nottingham Trent University cements long-standing collaborative relationship with Browne Jacobson LLP
A unique new strategic partnership between the largest law firm in Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University (NTU) will bring a wealth of opportunities for both students and employees, through the development of several collaboration initiatives planned for the next three years.
Nottingham Trent University creates wealth of opportunities through collaborative relationship with Thomson Reuters
Nottingham Trent University (NTU) and Thomson Reuters have agreed to explore opportunities for collaboration, benefitting both students and staff of NTU and employees of Thomson Reuters in Nottingham.
Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeships
Nottingham Business School was instrumental in the development of the Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship, which has been established by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and the Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS), along with employers and other higher education providers.The flexible, tailored learning is offered to organisations seeking to upskill current employees, underpinning their current practical experience with a strong theoretical understanding. This offers organisations the opportunity to develop and promote existing employees into management positions.
Find out more about our higher and degree apprenticeships.
Nottingham Business School achieves EQUIS accreditation
The prestigious accolade is the highest international benchmark of excellence for business schools.
Nottingham Trent University announces strategic partnership with Potter Clarkson
Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is pleased to announce a new strategic partnership with one of the largest full service intellectual property practices in Europe, Potter Clarkson. This partnership will focus on developing the talent and skill of the workforce in the region, and helping to develop industry ready graduates for the legal sector.
Norsk Tipping commissions major long-term research into responsible gambling practices
Norsk Tipping, the Norwegian government-owned limited company under the direction of the Ministry of Culture, has commissioned two of the world’s leading researchers in the area of responsible gambling to carry out research over the next three years following a competitive research tender.