Campus

Your voice has influenced change. Take a look at the improvements we've made to your campus as a result of your feedback.

Brackenhurst

Improvements

  • We're building a Reception and Environment Centre at Brackenhurst Campus, which will provide a central space to study, relax, eat and meet friends and staff. This is due to open September 2019
  • We've started work on a new campus car park, which will provide 198 new parking spaces. This will be on Upper Close field - near Animal and Equine
  • Sports provision at Brackenhurst has been increased with the introduction of student sports champions

Other improvements

  • We're building a new student accommodation complex comprising of 191 beds to allow more students to live on campus. This is due for completion during summer 2019

City

Improvements

  • Additional teaching spaces, study spaces and IT facilities are now available in our Dryden and Newton buildings
  • We've transformed the two sites outside our Maudslay and Chaucer buildings into exciting green spaces with soft landscaping, paving, seating, shrubbery and foliage

Other improvements

  • We're creating a new space on Goldsmith Street to provide exhibition space for students, as well as brand new services. It's hoped the building will be ready for use by early 2019
  • We're converting a former Wesleyan Chapel on Shakespeare Street into a venue for graduation ceremonies and other prestigious events. There will also be a striking new space to be used as a music centre and dining area. These new facilities will be ready for use by summer 2019
  • We've created a NTU Centre for Health and Care Practice on Chaucer level 2 for the School of Social Sciences. It features a new SCALE-UP room, teaching room and staff offices

Clifton

Improvements

  • We're constructing a new Engineering building to provide attractive and flexible learning and teaching spaces and specialist equipment
  • We've refurbished the Students' Union to create modern and vibrant social spaces

Other improvements

  • We're converting ERD 252 into an Exercise Physiology Teaching Laboratory to support the increase in student numbers within Sports Science. The additional laboratory will enable two groups of students to be timetabled for physiology at the same time
  • Bee hives have been installed on the roof of the new ISTeC building where their activity is being monitored remotely, offering opportunities for research

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