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  • Post it notes on a keyboard with scam alert written on them

    Dr Lee Hadlington, cyber psychologist at NTU’s School of Social Sciences, explains why the new term is prime time for fraudsters, and gives tips on how to avoid falling victim to a scam.,-think-and-think-again-how-to-spot-a-scam

  • An image of the curving Dryden Enterprise Centre in the sun, surrounded by bushes and trees.

    Tailored membership packages have been launched at Dryden Enterprise Centre (DEC), home to NTU Enterprise and housed within Nottingham Trent University's City campus.

  • Student Accommodation - City

    Contrary to reports in the media, there is a variety of accommodation available for new and returning NTU students for the academic year 23/24.

  • Slamovision 2023

    The finest spoken word artists across the UNESCO Cities of Literature network go head to head in Slamovision.

  • Law concept of Judiciary, Jurisprudence and Justice

    Dr Emma Ireton, public inquiry expert at Nottingham Law School, explains the difference between a statutory and non-statutory inquiry - and why one may be preferred over the other.

  • Man yawning while driving a car

    A new research project is aiming to reduce road crashes caused by sleepiness through monitoring shift-workers who drive either as part of their work, or when commuting - with the data being used to estimate and predict motorists’ fatigue levels.

  • Man and woman sitting at a desk looking at charts

    Nottingham Business School (NBS) is celebrating two years of delivering the Help to Grow: Management programme, supporting more than 170 UK small and medium-sized (SME) business leaders to overcome persistent and emerging challenges in a tough economic environment.

  • An image depicting GDP

    On the irrelevance of GDP to measure economic health, by Dr Andreas Wittel, an expert in political economy

  • NTU BUCS Top 10 for sport

    NTU Sport has achieved two awards and secured 8th place in the BUCS championship 2022-23, cementing NTU as a top 10 university for sport.

  • A postcard showing the Waverley Building, which opened in 1865 to house the Nottingham School of Art. The building is still home to the city’s art school, now named Nottingham School of Art & Design and part of Nottingham Trent University.

    This autumn Bonington Gallery presents The Art Schools of the East Midlands, the latest iteration of John Beck’s and Matthew Cornford’s ambitious Art School Project to locate and document the nation’s art school buildings or the sites upon which they once stood.