We’ve got four great campuses across Nottinghamshire, each uniquely developed to the needs of our student community.
There’s our central City Campus in the bustling heart of Nottingham, and the idyllic countryside estate of Brackenhurst. Not to mention our dedicated student village at the Clifton Campus as well as Confetti in the city’s creative quarter.
Where will I be based?
If you’re studying with our Business or Law School, with the historic School of Art & Design or the School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment, or with our School of Social Sciences or at the Centre For Broadcasting & Journalism, you’ll be based on our City Campus, located right in the heart of Nottingham.
For those of you joining the School of Art and Humanities, the School of Science and Technology, or the Nottingham Institute of Education, welcome to our Clifton Campus – a vibrant student village with everything you need right on your doorstep.
If you’re joining our School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences, the stunning countryside estate of Brackenhurst is your new outdoor classroom – it’s a place like no other.
Confetti is the home of our exciting and innovative college courses in subjects like digital media, music and games development. It’s based right in Nottingham city centre, in the Creative Quarter, a short walk from the City Campus.
We’ve also teamed up Vision West Nottinghamshire College (VWNC) in Mansfield to offer foundation degrees in a variety of subjects, as well as apprenticeships. Mansfield is about 14 miles north of Nottingham, and is easy to reach by car, bus or train.
In the heart of Nottingham, our City Campus truly impresses, from its revamped buildings and facilities to an award-winning Students’ Union.
Home to our School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences, our beautiful Brackenhurst Campus is literally a breath of fresh air!
NTU in Mansfield
We’ve built our degrees with the local job market in mind. Each of our courses is relevant, hands-on and work focused.
Nottingham’s award-winning public transport makes moving between campuses easy, quick, and cheap.
During term-time, the number 4 bus run by NCTX links our City and Clifton campuses, while the number 100 takes you from City to Brackenhurst. You can find out more information about Nottingham’s tram service online. For timetables and prices aboard Nottingham’s bus service – including details of discounts for students – visit NCTX.
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