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Nottingham Trent University (NTU)

Address: 50 Shakespeare St, Nottingham NG1 4FQ, UK

Description Nottingham Trent University (NTU)

Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is considered to be one of the largest universities in the UK. This is a government agency that was founded in 1992 on the basis of the Nottingham State School of Design. Later, the university became known as the University of Nottingham Trent. Geographically, the institution is located in the city of Nottingham.

One of the largest universities in the UK is Nottingham Trent University (NTU). This is a government agency that was founded in 1992 on the basis of the Nottingham State School of Design. Later, the university became known as the University of Nottingham Trent.

TOP facts about the university:

  • In 2019, he was named University of the Year by Guardian University Awards experts.
  • In 2020, the university entered the TOP-20 in the national ranking
  • The university has won the highest award, Gold award from the Teaching Excellence Framework due to the high level and quality of teaching
  • The university has an excellent location in the safe student city of Nottingham.

The University of Nottingham Trent is a member of associations such as:

  • Association of Commonwealth Universities
  • European University Association
  • Universities UK
  • University Alliance.

These collaborations allow students to participate in international competitions and receive grants.

The institution is located in Nottingham. The university has three departments:

  • College of Business, Law and Social Sciences
  • College of Art, Architecture, Design and Humanities
  • College of Science and Technology.

In 2019, the following university directions were named the strongest:

  1. Agriculture, forestry, nutrition
  2. Accounting and Finance
  3. Veterinary science
  4. Art and design
  5. Business, Management and Marketing
  6. Civil Engineering
  7. Criminology
  8. Economy
  9. Fashion and Textile
  10. Geography and Environmental Sciences
  11. Journalism, publishing, public relations
  12. Psychology
  13. The science of sports.

The educational institution is famous for a large number of graduates who are known throughout the country - among them are politicians, artists, athletes, journalists:

  • Anthony Howell (professional footballer at Mansfield Town)
  • Matt Berry (actor, writer and comedian)
  • Christopher Blanchett (BBC Presenter)
  • Hazel Blears (Labor MP for Salford, Chairman of the Labor Party)
  • Ana Boulter (actress, TV presenter)
  • Anthony Burgess (writer)
  • Mark Crossley (radio broadcaster);
  • Vernon Cowker (Labor Deputy)
  • Shane Cullinan (composer)
  • Alan Dapre (children's author, BBC Radio and Television)
  • Stephen Dixon (Sky News Presenter)
  • Nick Easter (rugby player)
  • Nick Freeman (celebrity bodyguard)
  • Jonathan Glaser (Director of Film and Video)
  • Martin Jones (former Labor MP)
  • Samson Flounder (performer, writer)
  • Dame Laura Knight (artist)
  • Neil Lawson (political observer)
  • Dave Lewis (CEO of Tesco PLC (former President of Global Personal Care at Unilever))
  • Alex Rodman (professional footballer at Aldershot Town FC)
  • Simon Starling (Turner Prize Winner, 2005)
  • Simon Taylor-Davis (guitarist at Klaxons).

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Foundation

● Dates: January-April, May-August, September-November

● Age: 17+

● Duration: from 3 months

● Language of instruction: English.

You can take a training course before entering a bachelor's degree in the following areas:

  • art and design
  • business, law and social sciences
  • computing
  • media and communications
  • science and engineering.

Accommodation and food

The university offers a choice of several accommodation options, from elite rooms to fairly budget options. The university guarantees foreign students accommodation on campus or nearby.

Accommodation options with prices:

  1. Brackenhurst campus

  • Standard room with bath: £ 5580 per year (£ 126 per week)
  • 5 students live in apartments with a shared kitchen for 3-7 people
  • Location: On the Brackenhurst Campus
  • What is included in the price: private bathroom, room cleaning, parking area, facilities for people with disabilities, parking, 24-hour security.
  1. Blenheim

  • Standard Room with Bath: £ 5,802 per year (£ 131 per week)
  • 5 students live in apartments with a shared kitchen for 3-7 people
  • Location: 15 minutes walk to City Campus
  • What is included in the price: private bathroom, room cleaning, parking area, facilities for people with disabilities, parking, 24-hour security.
  1. Byron residence

  • Standard room with bath: £ 7059 per year (£ 160 per week)
  • Location: 15 minutes walk to City Campus
  • 5 students live in apartments with a shared kitchen for 3-7 people
  • What is included in the price: private bathroom, room cleaning, facilities for people with disabilities, bicycle parking, 24-hour security.
  1. College Drive for students 21+

  • Standard room: £ 4164 per year (£ 94 per week)
  • Location: within Clifton Campus
  • 5 students live in apartments with a shared kitchen and bathroom for 3-5 people
  • What is included in the price: room cleaning, shared bathroom, facilities for people with disabilities, bicycle parking, 24-hour security.

Events Nottingham Trent University (NTU)

  • TV studio and own channel Trent TV
  • Radio station Fly FM
  • Student magazine form
  • Volunteer Association RAG
  • American football
  • Cricket
  • Football
  • Hockey
  • Lacrosse
  • Rugby
  • Frisbee
  • Basketball
  • Dodgeball
  • Handball
  • Futsal
  • Volleyball
  • Tennis
  • Badminton
  • Squash
  • Table tennis
  • Archery
  • Cycling
  • Athletics
  • Golf
  • Shooting
  • Triathlon
  • Gymnastics
  • Eastern dance
  • Cheerleading
  • Pole dancing
  • Canoe
  • Rowing
  • Diving
  • Swimming
  • Water polo
  • Brazilian jiu jitsu
  • Karate
  • Taekwondo
  • Thai boxing
  • Chess Club
  • Craft club
  • Cross fit
  • Music studio
  • Theater Club.

Advantages

Despite the short functioning of Nottingham, Trent University took the leading position in the list of the best institutions in the country and currently ranks 66th. Among the international prestigious institutions, he is in 805 positions. The university has a high indicator of teaching quality. According to the Guardian, the University of Nottingham Trent is "one of the best places in the country to work in graduate school." The institution also has international recognition for its work in the field of art and design, communication, business, culture and media, as well as in English language and literature, and for professions related to medicine, French and law. In 2015, WhatUni awarded NTU 12th place in its “Student Selection Awards”. In the same year, the Higher Education Times ranked the university in 31st place out of 113 for the level of student experience.

The school has one of the best employment rates of any university in England and Wales. The university maintains close ties with more than 6,000 enterprises, and 94% of students go full-time or part-time within six months after graduation. This list includes companies such as Microsoft, Toyota, Boots, Experian, and Rolls Royce.

Prominent graduates

The educational institution is famous for a large number of graduates who are known throughout the country. Among them are politicians, artists, athletes, journalists, etc. For example:

  • Anthony Howell (professional footballer in Mansfield Town);
  • Matt Berry (actor, writer and comedian);
  • Christopher Blanchett (BBC presenter and weather forecaster);
  • Hazel Blears (Labor MP for Salford, Chairman of the Labor Party);
  • Ana Boulter (actress, TV presenter);
  • Anthony Burgess (football expert);
  • Mark Crossley (radio broadcaster);
  • Vernon Coker (Labor MP);
  • Shane Cullinan (composer);
  • Alan Dapr (children's author, BBC Radio and Television);
  • Stephen Dickson (Sky News presenter);
  • Nick Easter (rugby player);
  • Nick Freeman (celebrity bodyguard);
  • Jonathan Glazer (director of film and video);
  • Martin Jones (former Labor MP);
  • Samson Kambala (performer, writer);
  • Dama Laura Knight (first female artist);
  • Neil Lawson (political commentator);
  • Dave Lewis (CEO of Tesco PLC (former president of Global Personal Care at Unilever));
  • Alex Rodman (professional footballer at Aldershot Town FC);
  • Simon Starling (winner of the Turner Prize, 2005);
  • Simon Taylor-Davies (Klaxons guitarist).

Here are just some of the famous personalities, because for the entire period of the university activity there are too many graduates.

Equipment Nottingham Trent University (NTU)

Nottingham Trent University has three campuses: the City Campus, Clifton and Brackenhurst. Their total area is about 250 hectares. All of them are ecologically clean lands where rare plant species are grown and unique birds are bred. In 2009, the university was awarded the title of "the most environmentally friendly university in the UK."

There are several specialized centers on the basis of NTU that provide a range of services in research, consulting and improving new business ideas. For example, the center of The Hive. It is located in the Maudsley building on the City Campus and is a specially created NTU business development center. Here, experts can help evaluate and make recommendations on potential business ideas, as well as provide individual education in the field of entrepreneurship. The university has a strong research team. Its activities are supported by financial investments, modern equipped laboratories and classes.

In all three campuses there is a Student Union. He organizes various events (cultural and sports), as well as meetings and concerts. The union publishes a monthly magazine that discusses local news, cultural and sporting events. There is also a television station Trent TV and radio station Fly FM, which broadcast online programs and entertainment shows.

On the base of the campuses there are libraries, sports complexes with equipment, canteens and shops. The university provides a comfortable furnished hostel to all foreign citizens.

The University of Nottingham Trent is a member of such associations as:

  • Association of Commonwealth Universities;
  • European University Association;
  • Universities UK;
  • University Alliance.

These collaborations allow students to participate in international competitions and receive grants.

Scholarships Nottingham Trent University (NTU)

The university provides foreign students with wide opportunities to apply for a scholarship. In 2019, 490 students from 80 countries received a university scholarship of £ 2,000 a year.

In 2020, applications for scholarships were opened:

  1. Undergraduate Scholarship £ 2000 (per year)
  2. International Scholarship £ 2000- £ 3000
  3. Postgraduate Masters Scholarship 25% fee
  4. Postgraduate Masters Scholarship 50% fee
  5. International Full Fee Undergraduate Scholarship (up to four years)
  6. Postgraduate EU Scholarship £ 1000
  7. Undergraduate EU Scholarship £ 1000 / year.

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- we recommend to apply one year before the start of the program,
- for Foundation and Pathway programs, IELTS and TOEFL certificates are usually required, respectively

- recommended submission one year before the start of the program,
- the deadline normally closes in January, for TOP HEIs and, as a rule, in March in other universities
- for a bachelor, a Foundation or Pathway preparatory program a completed A-level, IB, High School + IELTS / TOEFL are required
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- MBA requires completed higher education, work experience preferably at least 2-3 years, etc.
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