Overview

Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is recognised as one of the UK’s truly outstanding universities, with a commitment to student satisfaction, graduate employment, and teaching quality. 

 

NTU has been named the Times and Sunday Times Modern University of the Year for 2023 and won the University of the Year and the Postgraduate awards at the WhatUni Student Choice Awards 2023.  

 

Teaching at the university is among the best available in the UK and they offer an excellent student experience. 86% of students would recommend studying at NTU.

 

NTU is a top 10 university in the BUCS university sport league, and they are the most sustainable university in the UK (UI Green Metric University World Rankings, 2022)

 

Nottingham is a great city to be a student. There are over 75,000 students living there from all over the world. Over 35,000 of these are studying at NTU. Nottingham itself has everything a university city needs – award-winning nightlife, culture, and sports - and what's more, it's extremely budget-friendly. It’s a welcoming city and we know you’ll make friends for life here.  

 

Located in the heart of the UK, an hour from Birmingham and just two hours from London, Manchester, Leeds and Liverpool. With East Midlands Airport just outside the city, you can easily reach other UK and European destinations.

 

City Campus

The City Campus is home to around 20,000 students studying Business, Law, Social Sciences, Architecture, Art and Design, and Journalism. You’ll also find cafés an art gallery and our Students’ Union building, the heart of student social life.

Nottingham Business School is accredited by both EQUIS and AACSB and takes an innovative, experiential, and personalised approach to learning. The Nottingham School of Art & Design has been a creative force in the city for 175 years and has a reputation as one of the world’s leading art and design schools.

The iconic Newton building is a key feature in the city’s skyline and the Grade II listed Arkwright Building from there you can walk to both the Market Square and the Victoria Centre, Nottingham’s main shopping hub, in less than five minutes.

Clifton Campus

This chic, stylish and community-driven campus provides everything you could need in one place. As well as teaching and learning facilities, you’ll find accommodation, sports facilities, cafés, and shops. Located just four miles south of Nottingham City Centre, the campus offers the best of both worlds: a self-contained community with easy access to everything Nottingham has to offer.

Over £20 million has been invested in the Clifton Campus to develop cutting-edge facilities in disciplines such as engineering, healthcare and sport. The new Pavilion building provides a vibrant heart to the campus while the Sports Centre offers a gym, sports halls, pitches and an indoor tennis centre.

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  • Clifton Campus

    Nottingham, England, United Kingdom Campus Website

    This chic, stylish and community-driven campus provides everything you could need in one place. As well as teaching and learning facilities, you’ll find accommodation, sports facilities, cafés, and shops. Located just four miles south of Nottingham City Centre, the campus offers the best of both worlds: a self-contained community with easy access to everything Nottingham has to offer.

    Over £20 million has been invested in the Clifton Campus to develop cutting-edge facilities in disciplines such as engineering, healthcare and sport. The new Pavilion building provides a vibrant heart to the campus while the Sports Centre offers a gym, sports halls, pitches and an indoor tennis centre.

  • City Campus

    Nottingham, England, United Kingdom Campus Website

    Nottingham Trent University is based in the popular student city of Nottingham, which hosts around 60,000 students from across the globe, over 10,000 of whom are international and approximately 8,500 are from the European Union. NTU currently has 28,000 students.

    Nottingham is a compact city, and students will get to know it quickly. Students enjoy the cultural benefits one would expect from a major city complete with the intimacy and inexpensive lifestyle associated with a small city. In addition, the beautiful Peak District, ideal for walking and relaxing, is only a 50-minute drive away.

    Nottingham is ideally situated in the centre of the U.K., easily accessible by road, rail and air. The closest airport is the East Midlands Airport. It only takes two hours by train to/from London.

    Nottingham has the youngest population of any major U.K. city and its night-time venues reflect this — there are nightclubs, music, comedy and cinema venues. It is a cultural city, housing one of the U.K.'s largest contemporary arts centres, Nottingham Contemporary. Nottingham is also Britain's culinary capital with more cafes, restaurants and bars per square mile than anywhere in the U.K. And don't forget about the famous inhabitants who include the novelist D.H. Lawrence, the poet Lord Byron, and of course Robin Hood! 

    The City Campus is home to around 20,000 students studying Business, Law, Social Sciences, Architecture, Art and Design, and Journalism. You’ll also find cafés an art gallery and our Students’ Union building, the heart of student social life.

    Nottingham Business School is accredited by both EQUIS and AACSB and takes an innovative, experiential, and personalised approach to learning. The Nottingham School of Art & Design has been a creative force in the city for 175 years and has a reputation as one of the world’s leading art and design schools.

    The iconic Newton building is a key feature in the city’s skyline and the Grade II listed Arkwright Building from there you can walk to both the Market Square and the Victoria Centre, Nottingham’s main shopping hub, in less than five minutes.

ISEP Student Services Officer Amanda Ewert 703-504-9986 | aewert@isep.org Thank you for your interest in ISEP Study Abroad! I’m your Student Services Officer and main point of contact here at ISEP. As you search for programs, I’ll be available to answer any questions you might have. Feel free to contact me at any point in your search process for help, tips or advice.

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Nottingham Trent University

Nottingham, England, United Kingdom

International Office
(17)

Connect

https://www.facebook.com/NottinghamTrentUniversity

https://twitter.com/TrentUni

https://www.instagram.com/nottstrentuni

Terms

Summer (June - August)

Autumn Term (October - December)

Spring Term (February - June)

Full Academic Year (October - June)

Carry Over (January - December)

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ISEP Student Services Officer Amanda Ewert 703-504-9986 | aewert@isep.org Thank you for your interest in ISEP Study Abroad! I’m your Student Services Officer and main point of contact here at ISEP. As you search for programs, I’ll be available to answer any questions you might have. Feel free to contact me at any point in your search process for help, tips or advice.