Nottingham Trent University (NTU) are one of the largest and most popular universities in the UK. They are committed to giving a great student experience and 90% of their current students would recommend studying there (National Student Survey 2014).
They have recently invested over £350 million across all three of their campuses. All new campus developments meet rigorous sustainability standards, in keeping with their reputation as one of the country's greenest universities and many have been shaped by student opinion.
NTU aim to develop the skills that employers value and 94% of their graduates are employed or engaged in further study six months after leaving (latest DLHE survey undergraduate results 2013/14). Their courses are informed by the 6,000 companies worldwide that are linked to them and the University have also internationalised their courses to give students insights into other countries and cultures as well as increasing their global influence. With 50 partner academic institutions across 40 countries, they are very well connected and provide some courses that enable students to study abroad for a year.
The University is based in Nottingham, which is renowned for being a great student city and also for having one of the youngest populations of any major UK city. Nottingham is big on culture, sports, live music, and nightlife.