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Nottingham Trent University

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Nottingham Trent University


Burton Street,


0115 941 8418



[email protected]


Address and Location

Located in the heart of England, Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is split across three campuses in one of the UK's most diverse cities. NTU has earned a reputation for excellent teaching standards, high graduate employability and providing an inspiring learning environment.

Background and History

Founded in 1843 as the Nottingham Government School of Design, NTU became a polytechnic in 1970 and was awarded university status in 1992. Since then, the university has undergone a £130-million development of its three campuses. Nottingham Trent alumni include D.H Lawrence and Turner Prize-winner Simon Starling.

Location and Accessibility

By Road: Being centrally placed means Nottingham is accessible from most corners of the UK. To get to the university's City campus, take the M1 or A46. Exit the M1 at Junction 25 onto the A53 eastbound, or Junction 26 onto the A610 eastbound. From the A46, take the A52 west (Grantham Road). Either route goes directly into Nottingham city. Traffic in Nottingham can be congested, it's worthwhile using one of the city's Park and Rides services if visiting the university. The Phoenix Park and Ride is clearly signposted from the A610, as is the other location on the A52 westbound.

By Rail: Nottingham Midland Station is located near the city centre. On arrival, take the NET tram to the university.

Accessibility: NTU's Disability Services work to make the life of all students as comfortable as possible. Students with special requirements are advised to contact Disability Services who will organise any support needed.

What's on Offer

BA, BSc, BEng, MBA, MA, MSc, MEng, LLB, LLM, MPhil, PGCE, PhD

Entry Requirements

Entry standards vary between subjects, with many requiring 180-390 UCAS points. Specific course information can be found on the NTU website.


University Accommodation

Thanks to recent redevelopment, NTU's student accommodation is among the best in the UK. Demand for places in halls is high and prices vary widely between self-catered singles and those with services attached.  

Private Accommodation

There are plenty of options for shared accommodation around the city. Student Accommodation Services assist students with finding private, university-approved housing.

Courses and Fees

Academic Strengths and Research Profile

Rated as one of the best new universities in the UK in the 2011 Complete University Guide, NTU now offers over 500 courses. Previous Research Assessment Exercises have found as much as 74 per cent of the university's research to be of international status', and 8 per cent world-leading'.

Tuition Fees

Undergraduate courses currently cost £9,000 per year. Fees for international students and postgraduates vary. Financial Support: A variety of scholarships and means-tested bursaries are available to undergraduates and postgraduates. Check the university website for more details.


Academic Facilities

The university's extensive redevelopment on all three campuses means students are served by modern infrastructure and state-of-the-art facilities. NTU's libraries provide access to books and electronic resources, 24-hour IT facilities, group and private study areas and a dedicated team of IT service staff and subject librarians.  

Other on-site Amenities

Staff and students benefit from sports facilities at all three NTU campuses. Each centre has a range of sport and fitness facilities, including halls, astro-turf pitches, an equestrian centre, squash courts, grass pitches and a variety of fitness suites. All three campuses offer catering services to staff and students. The university's kitchens are committed to using fresh, locally sourced ingredients where possible. Using their NTU Smartcard means students receive a 10 per cent discount for all food or drink bought on university premises.  

Medical and Social Care

Each campus has its own health centre to provide students with essential NHS services. The university also provides its own chaplaincy and welcomes people of all denominations and beliefs.

NTU's Students' Union manages over 120 sports clubs and societies, and runs a Student Advice Centre. The university's STRIDE programme helps students gain employment skills through training sessions and online modules.


What's on in the Area

With students making up 10 per cent of the city's population, Nottingham buzzes with culture. The city offers plenty of eating and drinking options and is home to a thriving world food scene. Rock City hosts major live acts, and the city is renowned for being a great night out.

Moving On

Nottingham Trent has a consistently high graduate employability rate, helped by the university's excellent Career Development Centre. The university business advice centre, The Hive, works to give students the knowledge needed to create a successful business venture.

Did you know?

In the past, NTU has received the tenth most applications of any UK university.Former NTU students include Paul Dennis Pennis' Kaye and radio DJ Christian O'Connell. Nottingham hosts two huge Robin Hood-themed events every year: the Robin Hood Pageant in October and a festival in the summer .

Is Nottingham Trent University the place for you?

For city-living at a modern, environmentally-conscious university, Nottingham Trent is the place to be. For those looking for a more self-contained campus, the University of Nottingham is a short distance away in the countryside.


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85% Overall Satisfaction
12% Time in Lectures
30% Course Work
£8,144 Max Fee
£6,870 Average Uni Accomodation
£5,220 Private Accomodation
88% Go on to work or study
76% Employed after 6 months
£19,533 Average Salary
281 Average UCAS Points
< 120 Lowest UCAS Points
5% 1st Class Degree