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Nottingham Trent University Ranking #16 out of 266 (8 Uni Reviews)

(8) raters, average: 4.09 out of 5)
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  • Tuition Fees: £9000
  • Current Students: 31450
  • Male to Female Ratio: 44 : 56

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Nottingham Trent University Review #1
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Recommended: Yes

"NTU NTU NTU!  "

By: gurpz93

Where to start? The thing I love most about NTU is the community feeling from the minute I arrived. It all started with the welcoming the university and the student union provided during freshers week. All the staff and volunteers where friendly and helpful and this really set the tone for my life in Nottingham.

I'm a sporty guy and there is lots to choice from. Being apart of the sports teams at NTU open up lots more doors and you meet so many more people outside your course and your accommodation. Make the most of your first year because second year is harder. Get the balance right and you'll love NTU as much as i do!

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Nottingham Trent University Review #2
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Recommended: Yes

"Fantastic University "

By: Raj90

This university has everything you could ever want whilst studying a degree. I'm having the best time of my life and I really don't want to start my final year come September.

The degree itself enjoyable. It's definitely a step up from A Levels but you do get enough support from the faculty, lecturers and the university as a whole. I only had about 10 hours of lectures and seminars in my first two years, so plenty of time for studying... and partying.

The night life in Nottingham is so good. There are numerous nightclubs and bars which are extremely cheap on student nights.

If you're looking for a complete university experience come to NTU.

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Nottingham Trent University Review #3
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Recommended: Yes

"Must go on sports tour! "

By: BananaBoy

I went on the sports tour all 3 of my years and NTU, such a great time! You will represent your sports team in spain followed by some mad nights out! The only thing I would say that needs improving is that you should be able to get flight rather than a coach which takes a day! :(. You must go on tour, even if your not part of a sports team, you can still as a volunteer.

Right onto the 'important stuff'... Lectures were good, it was the first time that I was taught in a class over a couple hundred. I had to perform many presentations, which I used to hate, but you soon get used to them and become alot more confident, a life skill that is key!

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Recommended: Yes

"Eventful and i loved it  "

By: aaromholmes45

Nottingham trent has been amazing two years so far have gone to quick!

The university is situated in the centre, which is ideal for the students, they get a feel of the nottingham lifestyle which is a great one, everyone is very friendly and there is plenty to do during the day and the night.

If you into your football you have nottingham forest football club, they play in the championship so its a decent standard.
During the night nottinghmam is renowned for it lively nights, and they really are lively, there are loads of places to choose from plus good pubs for gigs and karaoke.

the Union is very small though which seems strange considering what a big university it is.

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Nottingham Trent University Review #5
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Recommended: Yes

"Having a good time so far "

By: pip214. BSc (Hons) Forensic Biology FT Degree

My experience at Nottingham Trent so far has been so good. I'm not going to say its the best because everyone is different and will enjoy different aspects of the university. I know some people loving and hating their time here, so this will be from my point of view. This is a great university for studying Science and I have heard that the languages aren't bad either. The university work catches up with you if you don't keep on top of it. So work hard, remember your going to get a degree. Enjoy yourself, the key is to balance your time.

The accommodation is so expensive on campus. Next year me and four friends are moving into a house together which is so much cheaper in comparison. This year the rent has drained my money but you do get an en-suite which is a bonus, I really didn't want to share a bathroom. I also don't have to pay a parking permit because I ride a motor bike, it's so much cheaper that way around.

The university have so many different clubs and societies ranging from go-karting to bell ringing. I am a member of archery. It's a cool sport and met lots of like minded people. Check it out next year.

The Student Union make a massive effort at the start of the year when it comes to welcome events. I would recommend going to Double Vision on a Friday. Your meet loads of other students here. The ratio in Nottingham is crazy, but thats something your have to come check out for yourself.

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Nottingham Trent University Review #6
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"The boy from Clifton "

By: Jamiee_x Degree

Being from Clifton, the university is easily accessible for me as I am a commuter. I have just finished my last module so what better way to make a full review on my whole time at NTU. The university is surrounded be great people. The lecturers go above and beyond there job role, devoting their spare time to student problems and issues. I have had their full support the entire time I have been studying here and I couldn't ask for more. Not only this the course is really engaging, highlight key skills we need to develop and what employers desire. I feel like I am much better prepared for full time work, thanks to my time here.

The campus is really nice, with the SU having a brand new building. There is literally something for everyone to get involved with. I am slightly older so I dedicated 80% of my time to my course. it's all about finding a balance. This balance suited me perfectly as I wanted to graduate with a good grade.

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Nottingham Trent University Review #7
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"Modern University  "

By: Tom_H10. BA (Hons) Business Management and Accounting & Finance FT Degree

I thought Nottingham Trent was an average university. I would recommend looking into the course details in great depth. I spoke to members of university staff on an open day I attended but the information I provided about the course that day was very different from the reality. So make sure you look at there website in great depth before making your choice.

Besides the course, the university is very good with lots of facilities available to students. Trent is very modern compared to the university of Nottingham. The night life is amazing especially on wednesday when both uni's have there student night, this is not to be missed! You have to at least try it out. You won't regret it. Nottingham is very diverse culturally and the girl to boy ratio is amazing.

If my course was like the one I was sold at the open day I really wouldn't have nothing to complain about.

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Nottingham Trent University Review #8
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"NTU Review "

By: BoharaBA (Hons) Business Management and Accounting & Finance FT Degree

I have been studying at NTU for three years now. The first two at the university, whilst my current year on a work placement. When choosing universities, I wanted a big city with good night life and a uni with good sports teams and applied courses. NTU has fulfilled all of these desires.

Whilst I have found the odd module in my business and finance course dull, I have found the majority interesting and relevant to the real world. There are plenty of contact hours and most of the lecturers are easy to get along with and very helpful when it comes to coursework/exam prep and feedback.

In terms of applying for placements, the uni was extremely helpful, offering advise on enhancing CVs, interview techniques and also having links to many large companies which will set aside places for NTU students.

The university is right into the city centre which is a great place for students. Having more pubs per square mile than anywhere else in the UK is a major factor to this whilst numerous shops and plenty of cheap restaurants also helps.

I would fully recommend Trent and I am looking forward to getting back there for my final year.

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Nottingham Trent University Information

Nottingham Trent University is a teaching intensive, research active institution; we put our students ahead of any other priority.  Our student satisfaction figures reflect this commitment. In the 2014 National Student Survey, overall satisfaction reached 87%, above the sector average.

We have also strengthened our position in the Times Higher Education (THE) Student Experience Survey, jumping nine places in this year’s league table. Not only that, we’re now ranked 13th in the UK following the Student Choice Awards.

NTU graduates get jobs. We’re proud to say that 93% of our graduates are employed or engaged in further study six months after leaving (latest DLHE survey undergraduate results 2012 / 13). Approximately 96% of our postgraduates are employed or engaged in further study six months after leaving (latest DLHE survey postgraduate results 2012 /13). View our undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

Nottingham is big on culture, sports, live music, and great nights out. We also have the youngest population of any major UK city and our students enjoy one of the biggest Welcome Weeks for freshers in the UK!

We’ve invested over £350 million across all three campuses to give students the best possible experience. Plus our brand new Students’ Union provides 5,500 square metres of social, sports, leisure and well-being facilities.

Want to explore Nottingham Trent University for yourself? Come to one of our open days. The next dates are:

·        Tuesday 30 June 2015

·        Saturday 19 September 2015

·        Saturday 17 October 2015

·        Saturday 14 November 2015

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Nottingham Trent University Accommodation

We have a fantastic range of accommodation, offering students a great place to live with their peers along with a choice of en suite or shared facilities; great locations on, or near campus; free Wi-Fi Internet; utility bills included; security; and access to support.

Contracts run throughout the academic year and include the Christmas and Easter breaks, so students can stay in their rooms during these holidays. Most of our accommodation contracts are 44 weeks, but we do have some 51-week contracts for students who want to arrive early or stay over the summer.

All of our accommodation is self-catered. We have catering outlets on all three campuses, serving hot meals and a wide range of sandwiches, drinks and snacks.

Mature students, those with families, or those who require more flexible contracts may prefer to live in private sector housing. We work closely with landlords to ensure our recommended houses offer a safe and secure alternative to halls. Read more about accommodation at Nottingham Trent University.

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Blenheim £117.95 per week

Blenheim is located 1.1 miles away from this city site which is about a 15 minute walk. The accommodation is flats of 6 shared with a communal kitchen and dinning room.

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Byron Residence £143.01-£148.19 per week

Byron Residence is ideal for students that wish to live in the heart of the university which is just minutes away from the university. Bryon is based directly above the new Students Union bar.

There are over 500 en suite rooms, 68 flats which hold 4 t0 10 rooms. There is no parking at Byron Residence.

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Gill Street North £99.82-£159.88

There are over 400 standard en suite rooms at Gill Street North, however; if you want more space there are also 24 studio rooms including 2 twin studios for 2 students.

Prices vary at Gill Street North so make sure you can afford the bigger rooms by using our Student Budget Calculator.

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Gill Street South £143.01 per week

Gill Street South is another one of Nottingham Trent Universities purpose built residence which is also in the heart of the university. There are 352 en suite rooms which flats ranging from 5 to 11 beds.

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Hampden Hall £102.20 per week

Hampden Hall only has 168 rooms in flats of 6. This accommodation is located on the city site campus, which is handy if you like your lay ins and if will struggle to make it in for your 9am lectures. 

These halls are popular due to it’s location.

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Meridian Court £95.41-£101.29 per week

Meridian Court is one of the cheaper options of accommodation at NTU due to the shared bathroom facilities.

If your planning on bringing your car to uni Meridian Court have limited parking available. The permit for the year costs £199. 

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Norton Court £117.95 per week

Norton Court is made up of flats shared by 6 people. There are two blocks where there is a common room located in the middle, great from socialising. 

Norton Court is 2 miles away from the city center and only minutes away from the cities excellent transport links.

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Sandby Hall £109.20-£118.86 per week

Sandby Hall is one of  the most popular accommodations which consists of en suite rooms. You will have to share a kitchen with 11 or 12 other students. This is great way to make friends if your worried about that.

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Simpsons @91.21-£121.03 per week

There are a variety of flats at Simpsons, ranging from 3 to 12 en suite rooms which have a communal kitchen and dinning area.

Larger rooms are available as well as a couple of studio rooms.

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The Maltings £95.41 per week

If you live in The Maltings you get a FREE travel deal included. This will help save some pennies throughout the year.

Each building has a common room. The residence is most suitable for mature or post grad students.

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New Hall £137.41-£152.60 per week

New Hall is located on the Clifton Campus. There are 576 en suite rooms and a further 151 studio rooms. These halls are suited for another type of student.

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Peverell £120.61-£126.84 per week

Peverell is located in the heart of the Clifton campus and just minutes away from social and academic facilities.

There are two blocks at Peverall which both have a common room. All rooms come complete with en suites and you will be sharing with 5 other students.

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Brackenhurst £118.93

Brackenhurst is based on the Brackenhurst campus and is exclusively for students studying on this campus. This campus is 15 miles outside the city of Nottingham. 

There are 300 en suite rooms available.

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