The Psychology Department at NTU is one of the largest in the country with around 100 academic staff whose expertise covers the breadth of the discipline.
The Department exemplifies the University's wider commitment to influence people's lives and society through a diverse programme of psychological research, a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses designed to maximise student employability, effective tuition delivered by highly qualified, friendly and approachable staff.
The Department takes pride in being a centre of excellence in teaching and research. It has a track record of sector leading teaching excellence, with overall satisfaction for undergraduate courses in the National Student Survey exceeding 90% for the past six years. Our suite of courses draw upon the multidisciplinary nature of our academic staff team through their expertise, research interests, industry experience and wide set of external partnerships.
The Department has a diverse research program that aims to conduct theoretically robust research that enriches society and make a positive difference to individual lives. The majority of our research outputs (60%) are internationally excellent or world leading and 73% of the impact of this research recognised as world leading.
The Department is situated across two buildings in the City campus, and has had significant recent investment in a new set of specialist teaching and research labs.
Our Subject Areas
New research to help children with spelling difficulties
Mon 18 Feb 2019
Children with Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) will be able to benefit from new support with their literacy skills after Nottingham Trent University was awarded £118,000 from the Leverhulme Trust.