Nottingham Trent University
Address: Burton Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU
Telephone: 0115 941 8418
Vice Chancellor: Professor Neil Gorman
The origins of the university date back to 1843. One of the top ten universities in England and Wales for graduate employment with nearly 95% of its students in employment or further study six months after graduating. It also has the third highest number of year-long placements in the UK through its working partnerships with more than 6,000 businesses and private sector organisations around the world. The latest RAE results for NTU highlighted the quality of its research, with 74% classed as international status or world-leading. It has achieved a 55% increase in research income from 2002/03 to 2008/09, including a record £7.65 million to fund the development of a state-of-the-art Cancer Research Centre. Recognised as the top university for environmental management and performance, ranking 1st in the 2009 People and Planet Green League. Has had the highest growth in undergraduate applications out of any university in the UK (2008). Has invested £130 million in its estate in the last six years. 2010 saw the opening of the university’s flagship Newton and Arkwright regeneration scheme, based in the City campus.
Recent news from Nottingham Trent University
23 May: Oliver's equine grazing muzzle to be a 'market-first'
A student has developed a 'market-first' horse grazing muzzle which features a removable mask to deter flies and which can be worn for long periods of time without causing sores.
23 May: University welcomes plans for new health and wellness business incubator
Nottingham Trent University has today welcomed the announcement of plans for MediCity, a new business incubator focused on health and wellness.
22 May: Nottingham Business School's dean Baback Yazdani welcomes blueprint for growth
Nottingham Business School dean, Professor Baback Yazdani, joined senior members of the Government for the launch of a six-point plan outlining how academics can help businesses to survive the …
21 May: Art and Design festival showcases emerging creative talent
The next generation of designers and creative talent is set to open the doors to a diverse, exciting and innovative showcase of final-year work during Nottingham Trent University's Art and Design …
21 May: Hebrides-inspired weaver's garden wins coveted Gold Award at Chelsea Flower Show
Staff and students at Nottingham Trent University are celebrating today after winning a prestigious Gold Award at the Chelsea Flower Show.
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