I think the University offers a lot of facilities that cover all aspects of the course. The course staff also help us in every possible way.
More about Samarth
What is it about NTU that made you want to study here?
“I chose NTU because it is one of the top universities in the country for my course and it is located right in centre of Nottingham.”
What do you enjoy most about your course at NTU?
“I like the academic structure and the practical knowledge that we gain on the course.”
Have you been involved in any live projects or briefs?
“I was involved in one of the construction sites in Mumbai and I actually liked a lot of things about it. It was a huge residential project, and I was working with a big construction firm.”
What do you think about the course staff?
“The course staff help us in every possible way. If we have any doubts about anything, we just have to email them and they will reply promptly. It really makes things easy for us to be able to approach them for anything.”
How do you find the facilities on offer at NTU?
“I like it very much because it covers everything I need for my course. We have great learning spaces, there is a 24-7 library, and we actually get to use real-life construction and surveying equipment.”
In a nutshell, why would you recommend your course / NTU to someone looking to study BSc (Hons) Construction Management?
“I think the University offers a lot of facilities that cover all aspects of the course. The employability team also helps students find employment after graduating. The student life is great and my first year in one of the University halls of residence was amazing. The student union organises regular events through different societies. Overall, there is a good balance between studying and socialising.
What advice would you give to prospective international students who are considering applying for this course?
“I would say not to have any second thoughts and just enjoy the greatest years of your life.”
Could you please explain more about anything extra you have been involved in?
“I was involved in a dance mob for NTU’s Global Week when I was in my second year, and our group pictures were posted in the Nottingham Post.”