nottingham trent university

Nottingham Trent University

NTU is one of the largest universities in the country as well as one of the environmentally friendly universities in the country, with students from over 104 countries. It has three campuses: one in the city centre, and two in the suburbs. NTU has invested more than £350m in its three campuses over the past decade

The university has close links with more than 6,000 employers across the world; most courses are vocational and many students spend up to a year on work placements. Its employment rate is excellent, with about 90% of graduates employed six months after leaving.

Nottingham is a popular shopping town. It has a wide range of independent boutiques as well as all the major chains. It has two major theatres, a handful of cinemas, a wide variety of professional sports teams, and some of the UK’s best live music venues.

Fees
£9,000 for full-time undergraduates in 2014-15.

Bursaries/Scholarships
Details of scholarship are available www.ntu.ac.uk/financialsupport.

Accommodation
All new students who have NTU as their first choice are guaranteed an offer of university-allocated accommodation as long as they book by the 31 July. Self-catering accommodation ranges from £89.11 to £147.70 a week.

Facilities
Recent developments include a sports centre, a multimillion-pound chemistry and bioscience teaching facility; new libraries; and 24-hour computer rooms. It also has a brand new student union building with bars, shops and a large music venue.

Transport
The city centre is easily accessible due to the great rail, tram and road links, and a Unilink bus service between City and Clifton campuses. East Midlands airport is nearby, offering cheap flights across Europe. The university runs a popular cycle hire scheme across all three campuses.