Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is renowned for its excellence in teaching, and boasts the title of University of the Year 2017. It was also named Modern University of the Year in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018.
Employment prospects are high, with 96% of students going on to find employment within the first six months of graduating. Careers help is at hand too, with everything from placement opportunities to CV writing workshops organised by the Employability Team.
Since 2003, NTU has invested over £420 million across its campuses to ensure that students benefit from the best quality learning environment. Historic buildings have been renovated and new ones built, while leisure facilities include a live music venue, a 30ft climbing wall, and gyms.
NTU has an impressive research reputation after receiving the prestigious Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Tertiary Education. The University is proud of its international community of over 3,500 international students, and many students study at its partner institutions all around the world. The University is focussed on connecting globally and wants to create even more international opportunities for its students.
The University has been awarded ‘Gold’ in the Teaching Excellence Framework, and the National Student Satisfaction Survey found that 89% of its students are highly satisfied with their experience.
NTU has an award-winning Students' Union (SU) spread out across the three main campuses. The SU has over 150 clubs and societies for students to take part in, ranging from creative writing to archery. There are also a variety of volunteering opportunities on offer as well as club nights, weekend trips and pop-up shops taking place throughout the year.
Nottingham itself has everything a university city requires – an award-winning nightlife, culture and sports - and what's more, it's extremely budget-friendly.