As a Nottingham Business School student, you’ll have access to fantastic facilities that have been designed to provide you with a unique and invaluable experience.
The Newton Building is the heart of the City Campus, and the home of Nottingham Business School. The building includes outstanding teaching and social spaces, study areas and events and conferencing facilities.
The University has invested £90 million in the regeneration of Newton and Arkwright, that boasts outstanding teaching and social spaces, study areas and events and conferencing facilities.
Across the Newton Building there are four computer rooms, each with a 20-person capacity as well as a 50-seat open access area. There is also a 20-unit laptop loan dispenser in Newton Building. These computer facilities can be used by students or can be scheduled for computer workshops.
The Link Lounge is a dedicated space for our business students to work, read, revise and learn. It is full of facilities to bring your learning to life and help you get the most out of your course.
Located on Level 0 of the Newton Building next to the Business Lab and lecture theatres, the Link Lounge reception provides you the opportunity to book appointments to see lecturers and staff. It is likely that your sessions with your academic mentor will take place here at the heart of the Business School.
NBS students have access to the Business Lab, a trading room that comes equipped with Bloomberg software, giving you access to live financial data from around the world. Equipped with 12 double-screen workstations, you can follow the performance of global markets and even create your own portfolio of stocks.
It's the perfect resource to help our students become business professionals, particularly those aiming for a career in the finance and investment industry.
Behavioural and Experimental Economics Laboratory
Since 2017 NBS has invested in the Behavioural and Experimental Economics Laboratory, a state-of-the-art research facility. The laboratory offers space for 30 participants, taking part in economic experiments and scenarios. The experiments vary in topics and interactions and range from: finance, politics, decision making, equality, sustainability to cooperation, happiness and engagement.
The laboratory is closely connected with 30 laboratories and research centres around the globe. Participants are students, business experts and practitioners from different disciplines. The laboratory is founded by Professor Thorsten Chmura, who leads the Centre for Behavioural Sciences.
A short walk from the Newton building and Boots library, the Dryden Centre facilitates on-campus teaching for most of Nottingham Business School’s postgraduate and executive education courses.
You can benefit from the newly built NTU Dryden Enterprise Centre next door that provides dedicated support for entrepreneurs, start-ups, small and medium-sized enterprises.