Nottingham Trent University
One of the largest and most popular universities in the UK. Over 28,000 students study with us, across three campuses in Nottingham. We're a modern university with an outstanding reputation for graduate employability. According to the latest DHLE survey, 93% of our undergraduates were in employment or further study, just six months after graduating from NTU. Explore life at NTU and discover who you could be. 93% of NTU graduates are employed or in further study just six months after leaving. Find out how our expert Employability Team can support you. As one of the leading new universities in the UK, we provide our students with first-class learning and teaching facilities. Explore what's on offer at NTU.
Head of School
Professor Peck was raised in Skelmersdale in Lancashire and attended Ormskirk Grammar School. He graduated from the University of Bristol with a BA in Philosophy in 1981, the first step in his engagement with further and higher education. His second was a Diploma in Personnel Management at what was then Bristol Polytechnic where he learnt to appreciate the career benefits of vocational education and which led to him being recruited onto the National Health Service graduate management training scheme in 1982. Over the next few years he studied for a Diploma in Health Services Management through a correspondence course (the distance learning of its day) and a p/t Masters in Social Policy and Administration at the University of Nottingham.
Courses Overview: Undergraduate and Postgraduate
Bachelor of Fashion Design
Bachelor of Fashion Accessory Design
Bachelor of Fashion Communication and Promotion
Bachelor of Fashion Knitwear Design and Knitted Textiles
Bachelor of Fashion Management
Master of Arts in Magazine Journalism
Master of Arts Fashion Design
Master of Arts Branding and Identity
Master of Arts in Fashion Communications
Life in Nottingham
What do you want from a city that you study in? Exciting nightlife? A great range of places to socialise with friends? Somewhere that showcases major music, art, sport, comedy and theatre events? A place with a rich history and lush green countryside not too far away? Nottingham has all these things and more. Students come here for an education, and stay here for a career. It's little surprise that the city is so popular with students. Nottingham is ranked the third most cost-effective university city in the UK (Student Living Index 2015). Nottingham is right in the middle of England with excellent links from international airports and fantastic rail, coach and air transport networks to other cities in the UK and other parts of Europe.