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Nottingham
The Nottingham Trent University

Nottingham Trent University is a forward thinking Institution and adheres to the standards you would expect from a modern day academic institution.

Our structure of corporate governance reflects and espouses a commitment to the Neill principles on standards in public life. This includes the key principles of: good practice on appointments, training, openness, codes of conduct and conflicts of interest.

The senior figurehead of NTU is our Chancellor Sir Michael Parkinson. On a day to day basis the University is run by our Vice Chancellor Professor Neil T Gorman and a group of Pro Vice Chancellors. Major strategic decisions are made by both the Board of Governors and the Senior Management Team in accordance with our Strategic Plan.

Strategy

The day to day management of Nottingham Trent University is underpinned by key strategic thinking in a multitude of areas. We aim to:

  • Develop confident and ambitious graduates equipped to shape society.
  • Provide education that promotes both intellectual initiative and the highest academic standards to prepare students for life and career.
  • Be the University of choice for business, industry and the professions in our area of expertise.
  • Be recognised both nationally and internationally for the effectiveness of our teaching and the relevance of our research.
  • Transform the learning and working environment to create inspiring and innovative culture.
  • Have the courage and will to implement change.

Facilities

As one of the leading new universities in the UK, we provide our students with first-class learning and teaching facilities.

Since 2004 over 130million has been invested into Nottingham Trent University and the implementation of this has seen dramatic changes to our three campuses.

On these pages you can find out about our first class learning facilities, including school-based specialist centres and our wide range of IT space and equipment.

You can also find information about future developments that you can expect in the Campus Transformation section

Schools and departments

Nottingham Trent University currently offers over 500 courses, which are run over three campuses and administered by nine academic schools.

In addition we have a wide range of supporting departments, ranging from Student Support Services, to the Registry, to our Environment Team. These schools and departments work together to make sure that we offer the best possible service to our customers and continue to shape the futures of our students.

In these pages you will find a list of our nine academic schools and a list of our departments with direct links to their own websites.

Courses:

Accounting, finance and economics

Includes undergraduate and postgraduate level courses and courses for professionals. Subjects within these areas are taught by expert tutors at Nottingham Business School, one of the UKs leading full-service international business schools.

Animal, equine and wildlife

Includes further education, foundation degree, undergraduate and postgraduate level courses and courses for professionals. Subjects within these areas are taught at the nationally recognised School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences, based at our rurally situated Brackenhurst campus.

Architecture and civil engineering

Includes foundation degree, undergraduate and postgraduate level courses and courses for professionals. Subjects within these areas are taught at the School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment, one of the UKs foremost centres of learning for the designed and built environment.

Art and design

Includes undergraduate and postgraduate level courses and courses for professionals. Subjects within these areas are taught in our newly developed state-of-the-art facilities at the School of Art and Design.

Business, management and marketing

Includes undergraduate and postgraduate level courses and courses for professionals. Subjects within these areas are taught by expert tutors at Nottingham Business School, one of the UKs leading full-service international business schools, and at the School of Social Sciences, recognised for its teaching excellence.

Computing, maths and technologies

Includes further education, undergraduate and postgraduate level courses and courses for professionals. Subjects within these areas are taught at the School of Science and Technology, recognised as a Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.

English, history and philosophy

Includes foundation degree, undergraduate and postgraduate level courses and courses for professionals. Subjects within these areas are taught at the School of Arts and Humanities, recognised internationally for teaching and research excellence.

Geography, horticulture and environment

Includes further education, foundation degree, undergraduate and postgraduate level courses and courses for professionals. Subjects within these areas are taught at the School of Social Sciences, which prides itself on its excellent teaching founded on applied social science and pioneering research, and the nationally recognised School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences, based at our rurally situated Brackenhurst campus.

Languages and linguistics

Courses are taught at undergraduate level. Subjects within these areas are taught at the School of Arts and Humanities, recognised internationally for teaching and research excellence.

Law, criminology and justice

Includes further education, undergraduate and postgraduate level courses and courses for professionals and practitioners. Law is taught at Nottingham Law School, one of the largest full-service law schools within the UK. Criminology and Youth Justice are taught at the School of Social Sciences.

Media, journalism and communication

Includes undergraduate and postgraduate level courses and courses for professionals. Subjects within these areas are taught at the School of Arts and Humanities, recognised internationally for teaching and research excellence.

Politics and international studies

Includes undergraduate and postgraduate level courses. Subjects within these areas are taught at the School of Arts and Humanities, recognised internationally for teaching and research excellence, Nottingham Business School, one of the UKs leading full-service international business schools, and in the School of Social Sciences, recognised for its teaching excellence.

Property, construction and surveying

Includes undergraduate and postgraduate level courses and courses for professionals. Subjects within these areas are taught at the School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment, one of the UKs foremost centres of learning for the designed and built environment.

Psychology, sociology, health and social care

Including undergraduate and postgraduate courses and courses for professionals. Subjects within these areas are taught at the School of Social Sciences, which prides itself on its excellent teaching founded on applied social science and pioneering research.

Sciences including sport sciences

Includes foundation degree, undergraduate and postgraduate level courses and courses for professionals. Subjects within these areas are taught at the School of Science and Technology, recognised as a Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.

Teacher training, education and childhood and youth studies

Includes foundation degree, undergraduate and postgraduate level courses and courses for professionals. Subjects within these areas are taught at the School of Education, recognised as one of the UK's leading providers of education and teacher training courses, and within the School of Social Sciences, recognised for its teaching excellence.

Address Information:

Address Department of Academic Legal Studies,
Nottingham Law School,
Nottingham Trent University, Burton Street,
Nottingham NG1 4BU England
Tel. No. LLM Courses: +44 (0)115 848 4498
Research Degrees: +44 (0)115 848 5543 / 6028
Undergraduate Courses +44 (0)115 848 4498
LLM & Undergraduate
courses email
nls.enquiries@ntu.ac.uk
Mphil / PhD email gsr@ntu.ac.uk
Course titles Undergraduate Courses:
• LLB Law
• BA (Hons) Law with Criminology

Postgraduate Courses:
• LLM Competition Law
• LLM Corporate Law
• LLM Europe and the Law
• LLM Employment Law
• LLM General Law
• LLM Health Law
• LLM Intellectual Property Law
• LLM International Criminal Justice
• LLM International Trade Law
• LLM Sports Law

Research Degrees:
• Mphil/PhD
Type of course Undergraduate degrees - Full-time, part-time and Distance Learning
LLM and Research degrees - Full-time and part-time
Length of course Undergraduate degrees 3 or 4 years full-time, and distance learning
LLM degrees - One year full-time and two years part-time
Date of Commencement September each year
Accommodation Yes. All new undergraduate students are guaranteed accommodation – depending upon criteria. Please see web site for full details
Student grants/
financial assistance
For postgraduates there may be a limited number of bursaries available for international students.
Admission requirements Undergraduate:
Equivalent to British A-levels
LLB IELTS 6.5 TOEFL 550/213

Postgraduate:
Equivalent to first degree (Bachelor) or Master degree
LLM and Research Degrees IELTS 6.5 TOEFL 600/250
Student profile Countries of origin: UK, Pakistan, Bulgaria, USA, Germany, Sweden, Jamaica, Malawi, Saudi Arabia, Georgia, Guyana, India, Malaysia, Cameroon, Brazil, Cyprus, Trinidad & Tobago, Kenya, Hong Kong, Tanzania.
Contact Details
for application
LLM Courses - Admissions Team
Mphil/PhD – Graduate School
Undergraduate - Admissions Team
NTU

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