Nottingham Trent University
Overview ==> Nottingham Trent University boasts students and employees from more than 150 countries, and the university's foundation is cultural diversity. ==> The educational institution was ranked 53rd in the Times University Guide 2021, 41st in the Guardian University Guide 2021, University of the Year in the Times Higher Education for 2018, Modern University of the Year in the Times and Sunday Times University, and Gold in the Teaching Excellence Framework. ==> Nottingham Trent University is committed to investing in students' futures by providing employability help and a variety of work placement options across all programmes. History Nottingham Trent University (NTU) was founded in 1962 in Nottingham, England. The university's campuses are home to more than 30,000 students. In 2017, the educational institution was named to the Complete University Guide's top 20 institutions in the United Kingdom for student satisfaction, and the TEF awarded them a gold teaching rating. Nottingham, a lovely city, is home to the university. Nottingham has a lot to offer international students, including a vibrant nightlife, a welcoming and creative environment, a diverse cultural offering, and various green spaces. Nottingham Trent University is a wonderful option for students interested in a good art and design programme, a law school, or an architecture programme. The educational institution is one of the largest law schools in the United Kingdom in terms of size. Nottingham Trent University is well-known in the British University and College Sport leagues for its outstanding athletic achievements. The university gained headlines when it was awarded one of the largest grants for a university formed in 1992 for its research on cancer diagnosis and treatment. With a few programmes at the university, Nottingham Trent University works with 50 educational institutions in 40 countries, giving students the chance to study in another nation. Furthermore, 93 percent of undergraduate students found work or continued their education six months after graduating from an educational institution. Faculties at Nottingham Trent University ==> Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences ==> Architecture, Design and the Built Environment ==> Nottingham School of Art & Design ==> Arts and Humanities ==> Nottingham Business School ==> Nottingham Law School ==> Science and Technology ==> Social Sciences Breakdown of the Fee Structure International students Fee starts from £13,450. Scholarships Nottingham Trent University offers a number of competitive scholarships of up to half a million pounds to both international and EU students. After their entrance to the university has been accepted, international students can apply for a scholarship. Students only need to complete and submit one scholarship application, and the institution will notify them of the scholarships they are eligible for. Student Support Students at Nottingham Trent University have access to the NTU Student Dashboard, a valuable learning analytics tool. The teaching and learning team at the educational institution provides one-on-one learning assistance. Workshops on study skills, research skills, IT, and academic writing are held on all of the university's campuses. The institution also offers a variety of online learning assistance resources through NOW, the university's online workplace. Students can now access learning resources from all across the world thanks to NOW. Students who require more assistance during their exams should visit the Stamp Out Stress initiative. On both the Clifton and City campuses, Nottingham Trent University's award-winning and famous libraries are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Students have access to tens of thousands of eBooks and publications through the institution. The educational institution also provides group and individual study areas. Students have access to laptops, on-demand printing, Microsoft Office 365, and Wi-Fi at the campus. Student Life Nottingham Trent University is situated in a vibrant cultural area that includes theatres, galleries, cinemas, museums, and live music venues. Students may enjoy a safe night out in the city thanks to the educational institution. In fact, the city has received a total of nine Purple Flag honours in a row. For students, the Ocean, Ink, and Pryzm are popular hangouts. Several live music venues can be found in the city, including the eclectic Rescue Rooms, the massive Motorpoint Arena, and the famed Rock City, to name a few. Nottingham has been designated as the World City of Literature by UNESCO in honour of its literary heritage, which includes Alan Sillitoe, DH Lawrence, and Lord Byron. Nottingham is also home to a number of exhibition spaces, including the well-known Nottingham Modern, which is one of the country's largest contemporary art galleries. Two football teams, the National Ice Centre, the famed Trent Bridge cricket ground, and the National Water Sports Centre are all located in the city. Living Accommodations Self-catering lodging ranges in price from £101 to £179 a week. New students at Nottingham Trent University are assured housing if they book and pay their housing booking fee by May 31. For international students and postgraduate students, the guaranteed housing deadline is July 30. Students of varied budgets can choose from a variety of living alternatives within the educational institution. The university provides free internet access to students, and utility expenses are included in their housing fees. Students who are new to Nottingham Trent University can seek assistance from student representatives to help them settle into their new residence, meet friends, and begin their university experience. Transport Students living on the City and Creative campuses of Nottingham Trent University may walk to most of the city's tourist attractions and amenities. The Clifton Campus is 6 kilometres (4 miles) from the city centre, while the Brackenhurst Campus is 22 kilometres (14 miles) from the city centre. The campuses of the educational institutions are connected by a frequent bus service that runs across the city. Students are entitled to free transportation between the city and a few far-flung halls of residence. The City Campus of Nottingham Trent University has its own tram system. For £39 plus deposit, students can rent a bike to use around the educational institution for the entire academic year.