About the University
Nottingham Trent University is located in the diverse and expanding city of Nottingham, in the heart of the English countryside. With a strong ethos of support, students can expect to be nurtured from the moment they arrive on campus right through to graduation.
Awarded University of the Year 2019 in The Guardian University Awards, students benefit from a rounded education and co-curricular programme. The university's Business School holds EQUIS and AACSB accreditation. Nottingham Trent is among the top 10% of Art and Design education providers in the world (QS World University Rankings 2019).
Strong partnerships with leading industry players allow research and development to be shared and create opportunities for students.
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The university's halls of residence have been specifically designed for student living and include a fully-equipped shared kitchen-dining area. There is also CCTV, door entry systems and on-site security.
Halls are vibrant student communities and offer peer support during your time at university. There's plenty to choose from too, with en-suite and shared facilities on offer.
At Nottingham Trent University, the campus forms the centre of student life and has recently had a £450 million investment.
City Campus, in the heart of Nottingham, is a stunning site with a wealth of historical builds and state-of-the-art teaching and learning spaces. Some of the specialist facilities include the Bonington Gallery, Boots Library, Brackenhurst Library, specialist laboratories, sports facilities, mock courtrooms and more.
The Students' Union provide student activities and events, as well as a Student Advice Centre, leisure and retail facilities, representation and entertainment for students. With a range of societies and sports clubs, including an established student media group, there's plenty to get involved with.
Moreover, the university has a strong reputation for its sports, in particular golf, rugby, rowing and hockey.
Nottingham is a welcome and busy city, with a wealth of cafes, restaurants, shops, bars and clubs and a vibrant nightlife.
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