The University’s academic schools each have their own subject specialisms:
Nottingham Business School
The school is EQUIS and AACSB accredited, one of only 1% of business schools worldwide to have both.
Nottingham Law School
This is one of the largest university law schools in the UK with a reputation for innovation and delivering the highest standards of legal training and education.
School of Art & Design
Art and Design teaching has been taking place at this school since 1843, making NTU one of the UK's most well-established, renowned and creative universities.
School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment
The school is a centre of expertise for aspiring and professional designers, property and construction experts, architects and civil engineers.
School of Arts and Humanities
The school offers a far-reaching set of subjects that engage with cultures, societies, history, language, literature and communications. This includes the Centre for Broadcasting and Journalism featuring a newsroom, TV and radio studios and production facilities.
School of Science and Technology
The school's multi-disciplinary approach enables the students to study traditional scientific disciplines alongside emerging modern fields. It is home to some of the best laboratory facilities in the UK.
School of Social Sciences
The school is an internationally recognised centre for the study of engaged social science, offering a wide range of courses which address the key social issues of today.
School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences
Leading the way in modern environmental sciences, the school tackles global issues of sustainability, climate change and conservation. Courses are based at the Brackenhurst Campus, a stunning rural campus around 14 miles from the centre of Nottingham.
Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies
Confetti is a renowned creative industry centre, teaching animation, games, graphic design, film, TV, live events, music and visual effects.
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