Nottingham Trent University
Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is one of the largest and most popular universities in the UK. Situated in the heart of one of the UK’s best students cities, NTU offers a fantastic student experience combining quality courses and facilities with a student experience that is hard to match.
We aim to give students more than a degree and equip them for a successful career. Our graduate employment rate of 94%* shows that our graduates leave well prepared for working life.
Our courses have been designed to give students the skills employers are looking for and there is plenty of opportunity for self-development and to increase employability skills. Many of our courses offer the option of taking a placement providing vital hands-on experience.
We’ve invested in all of our campuses to create inspiring environments to study in and enjoy.
The Students’ Union is at the centre of the University’s social life, from great nights out and diverse societies to support and student representation. A new Students’ Union building is due to open in September 2013 which will provide 5,500 square metres of social, leisure and wellbeing facilities, plus living accommodation. Facilities will include a sports hall, entertainment area, fitness studio, shop, bars, social space and health centre. Our student experience is ranked in the top ten among post-92 universities**.
In addition to a great student experience, NTU is one of the UK’s leading professional universities. With a focus on ‘real world’ thinking NTU offers a comprehensive range of services designed to meet the needs of businesses. Drawing on the extensive expertise of our academic staff NTU works with businesses to provide learning and staff development, to nurture talent, to share knowledge and specialist expertise and to help businesses research and innovate.
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*94% of our graduates, of those available for work, from full-time undergraduate courses are employed or engaged in further study six months after leaving. DLHE Survey 2010-11.
**In England and Wales. Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2011