Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is a top UK university in the heart of the vibrant city of Nottingham. In recent years, the University has had a breathtaking rise through the university league tables, and it has earned a reputation as a leading study destination!
NTU is currently ranked 16th in the UK overall (Guardian University Guide 2019) and won a gold award for excellent teaching in the Teaching Excellence Framework 2017, so it's clear that NTU is a fantastic place for higher education.
An award-winning university
While these rankings and awards are very important, it’s also important to know what NTU students think about studying at the University.
In the National Student Satisfaction Survey (NSS) 2018, the University received an 88% satisfaction score – this is significantly above the national sector average of 83%. As well as this, 93% of NTU students said they would recommend studying at the University.
3 reasons why NTU is doing so well
1. Continued investment
Since 2003, NTU has invested £421 million across its 4 campuses. This means that you can enjoy refurbished libraries and facilities, as well as brand new, state-of-the-art buildings, and an award-winning Students’ Union.
2. Leading research
Another reason for the University’s success is the research that it undertakes. With projects such as pioneering cancer analysis, NTU’s research impacts people’s lives, as well as the curricula that you’ll study as a student there. Some research projects have even helped the University earn a Queen’s Anniversary Prize, the highest national honour for a UK university.
3. Nottingham is fantastic for students
The city of Nottingham is a world-class study destination with an excellent arts scene, great shopping, and top-level sports facilities. All of this helps NTU students to have a wonderful experience during their time at the University.
With great rankings and happy students, there has never been a better time to choose to study at NTU.
Explore the links below to learn about pathway courses at Nottingham Trent International College, and how you can gain entry to a degree at Nottingham Trent University.