We’re committed to developing our students at every level, through undergraduate, postgraduate taught and research and degree apprenticeship study routes, all of which are accredited by the Joint Board of Moderators.
Our department is based in the School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment in the heart of the University's City Campus. If you’re interested in visiting, studying, or working with us, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Whether your interests and ambitions lie in robotics, medical imaging or building design and construction, we’ll give you a proper grounding in the pathway you want to pursue.
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Product Design students celebrate success at the WPO WorldStar Global Packaging Awards
Mon 23 Jan 2023
Industry Placement Awards celebrate incredible achievements of NTU students and placement providers
Thu 19 Jan 2023
Study shows how waste can be used to insulate homes in hot regions
Thu 05 Jan 2023
NTU student and staff research helps develop a unique ‘skateboard-friendly’ public space in central Nottingham
Tue 20 Dec 2022
New project aims to document the architectural heritage of churches in Chiloé, Chile
Mon 19 Dec 2022
ADBE hosts Vertical Design Week 2022
Thu 15 Dec 2022
Discover our Level 6 Civil Engineer Degree Apprenticeship. Find out more information for both apprentices and employers.
Our Research Groups and Centres
Smart Heat Networks
NTU's Smart Heat Network (SHN) has been set up to respond to the challenges of this transformation. UK experience in heat networks is concentrated in a handful of cities such as Nottingham and Sheffield.
Vision-based Structural Health Monitoring
Monitoring deformations and movements of structures is an essential tool for asset management and condition monitoring. Our research is developing the latest cutting-edge, low-cost technologies to push the field forward.
The Creative and Virtual Technologies Lab
The Creative and Virtual Technologies Lab is a multidisciplinary research environment where architects, artists, designers, engineers, computer scientists and human scientists collaborate to explore the potential of new visualisation techniques and digital design models and processes. This will enhance the quality of our buildings and cities in a sustainable way meeting user expectations.