The School of Science & Technology
The School of Science and Technology
at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is one of the few places in the UK where you can study core sciences alongside innovative areas like computing and technology, forensics, sport and biomedical sciences.
courses are inspiring and innovative and are designed to be industrially relevant, for a wide range of careers or futures in research and academia.Placements
We offers year long, paid placements at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. This invaluable opportunity will allow you to gain vital work experience in your chosen field and enhance your employability upon graduation. We have over 260 industrial partners for industry placements, including Microsoft, ARM, GlaxoSmithKline, IBM, HP, Xerox, Siemens and Experian.Employability
In this stimulating and creative environment we equip students with the knowledge and transferable skills to put them ahead of the graduate crowd. 94% of our graduates* are employed or engaged in further study within six months of leaving NTU. * Of those available for work, HESA survey 2009-10.State-of-the-art facilities
The modern surroundings of NTUs Clifton campus, hosts a range of first class facilities, equipment and technology supporting leading edge research and high quality courses, including:
- an a British Olympic Association-approved environmental chamber
- a sports science motion-analysis suite
- a brand new crime scene house, forensic-training facility
- an on-campus observatory with a 20-inch Newtonian telescope
- the Rosalind Franklin building which features high-specification laboratories, including a large multi-use lab which allows up to 200 students to work simultaneously.
The Universities facilities are rated so highly they have been selected as a training camp for the London 2012 Olympics.World Class Research
Our extensive links with industry, coupled with the relevance of our research specialisms ensure that many projects benefit from external funding from highly respected sources. This has included £7.65 million for cancer research from the John and Lucille van Geest Foundation, £1 million for ground-breaking 3D security imaging research and a rare funding boost from the US for spider-silk fusion research.
Nottingham is a fantastic city to study and graduate in as a scientist as 1 in 5 jobs in the city is within the science sector.
Postgraduate bursaries and scholarships are available across a wide range of courses including: Sport Science, Biosciences, Chemistry, Computing and Technology, Physics, Forensics and Science. Click here for more information.