At NTU we provide first-class learning facilities for our students. Here's a little of what you can expect while studying here.
The University's £13 million Boots Library boasts more than 531,000 books, 2,800 journals, 9,000 eJournals, silent study areas and group study rooms. In addition, there are also dedicated libraries on Clifton Campus and Brackenhurst Campus.
Our IT resource rooms and PC clusters are distributed across all sites, with thousands of PCs providing access to Microsoft Office, email, web browsing, networked file storage and high-speed online printing services (with a free printing allowance for each student). Resource rooms at both City Campus and Clifton Campus are available 24 hours a day.
This is the first port of call for all our Art and Design students as both a working and an exhibition space. £6 million has been invested to rejuvenate the building and its innovative multi-media facilities, which recognises the importance of digital practice in contemporary art.
This is the only centre of its kind in the United Kingdom dealing with both core sciences and emerging disciplines such as forensic and sports science. The centre aims to create a new image for science within Higher Education and schools as accessible and achievable.
Nottingham Law School has established a Legal Advice Clinic to provide a free initial advice and referral service to the local community. Law students, supervised by qualified lawyers, are able to get experience by offering advice and assistance to the public on a wide range of legal problems.
Our Science facilities have seen millions of pounds of investment over the last few years. From our Olympic-approved Environmental Chamber, to our Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Centre, our Science Facilities are cutting edge and available for students to use.
Nottingham Trent University Online Workspace (NOW) allows students to access their university resources from anywhere in the world. NOW includes blogs, discussion forums and electronic assessment tools providing ample opportunity for collaborative and independent learning.
One of the best Equestrian facilities in the region and home to dozens of much-loved horses. It holds a variety of events throughout the year, including unaffiliated and affiliated dressage competitions and unaffiliated show jumping.
Located at the heart of both the City Campus and Clifton Campus, Blackwell's Bookshop provides students with all the textbooks and stationery they could need for their courses at NTU. Blackwell's website contains information on reading lists, special offers and bursary schemes.
Our Schools have a range of specialist centres which offer facilities and expertise for students wishing to concentrate on certain areas of study.
- School of Arts and Humanities specialist centres
- Nottingham Institute of Education specialist centres
- School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment specialist centres
- Nottingham Business School specialist centres
- School of Science and Technology
- Business and the Professions facilities
As one of the largest higher education establishments in the UK, NTU has a wide range of facilities tailored specifically towards industry and improving business performance.