We are committed to making a contribution to the world through everything we do. This is reflected in the impact we make on the research, academic and student experience arena on our current and former students and staff, local community, and the wider world.
Our research has global impact and is changing lives around the world.
In 2015 we were awarded the highest national honour for a UK university – a Queen's Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education for our world-class research. The scheme recognises and promotes world-class excellence and achievement in universities and colleges in the UK.
Three of our pioneering projects that earned us this prestigious award were our work to:
- improve weapons and explosives detection in luggage
- enable safer production of powdered baby milk
- fight food fraud.
Find out more about our commitment to providing a truly outstanding international experience to everyone who studies with us.
Interior architecture design students from New Zealand spend an eventful semester at NTU
Lillian Elliot and Claire O’Connell, third year students from Massey University in New Zealand, embarked on an exciting exchange opportunity to NTU this academic year on our BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design course.
NTU alumna Kati Schmidt shortlisted for British Council Alumni Award
NTU alumna Kati Schmidt (BA Hons Politics 2006) has been shortlisted as a finalist in the British Council Alumni Awards for 2018.
Kati, who is a contender in the Professional Achievement award category in the USA, studied Politics at Nottingham Trent as part of an exchange programme from the University of Munster in Germany.
Photograph taken by André Josselin