Thu 23 May 2013
Nottingham Trent University
The Research Assessment Exercise 2008 results for Nottingham Trent University showed that the quality of the University's research is outstanding, with 74% of activity submitted achieving international status and 8% classed as world-leading.The University’s research groups are a communications catalyst for the activity of hundreds of academic staff members. The groups encourage exploration, enquiry and collaboration between staff and students. More than 70 research groups work across the nine academic Schools with an aim to shape lives and society.
These specialist centres are focal points for research across the University. They vary hugely in scope, ranging from the £7.75 million Van Geest Research Centre and its diagnostic research and cancer vaccine development, to the Centre for Legal Research, promoting research at all levels within Nottingham Law School.
- There are over 24,000 students
- Over 97% of graduates with first degrees from full time study are employed or go on to postgraduate study within six months of graduation
- NTU’s close links with employers and strength in employability have established the University as a national and international player – recruiting students from over 90 countries
- Nottingham Trent University is ranked amongst the UK’s greenest universities in the Green League for its environmental commitment
- Investing over £130 million across three campuses
- More than 70 research groups work across the nine academic Schools with an aim to shape lives and society
- Faculties include: School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences, School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment, School of Art and Design, School of Arts and Humanities, Nottingham Business School, School of Education, Nottingham Law School, School of Science and Technology, School of Social Sciences