Find out how NTU is transforming its learning and teaching environment to create an inspiring and innovative culture, capable of shaping lives and society.
Over the past 10 years, we’ve invested £350 million across all our campuses. Our libraries have a brand new look, we’ve revamped historic buildings and built state-of-the-art new facilities, plus we’re proud to be one of the most sustainable universities in the world.
Dryden Enterprise Centre (DEC)
The DEC is a base for all of the University’s enterprise activities creating a dynamic learning environment, where students and graduate entrepreneurs can interact and collaborate with academics, researchers, small growing businesses and larger companies.
Clinical Skills Centre
The new Clinical Skills Centre will serve as the base for the University’s Institute of Health and Allied Professions offering a range of specialist courses such as Adult and Mental Health Nursing, Paramedic Science and Public Health. The building is due for completion January 2022.
Medical Technologies Innovation Centre (MTIF)
This new multi-disciplinary research and development building enables early stage research and development in medical technology with a strong focus on medical devices.
This new building forms part of a duel site facility over at the Boots Enterprise Zone. The purpose of the site is to focus on commercialisation, taking the outputs from research and development through to products in the marketplace.
Situated at the front of the campus, this flagship building provides excellent teaching, learning and research dedicated to geography, environment, ecology and conservation.
It features a campus reception, a refectory and dining area, large open plan spaces, a 200-seat lecture theatre, state-of-the-art teaching and research rooms as well as many beautiful outdoor areas to relax and socialise in.
To keep up to date with our Creative Quarter developments, visit the Confetti website.