Why study with us?
Welcome to the School of Arts and Humanities. Our aim is to provide the highest quality education to equip students with the skills that will help them make a success of their careers. There are many reasons why we hope you will find the School the perfect place to study.
The School of Arts and Humanities is home to an enthusiastic, expert group of academic staff constantly carrying out exciting new research. For you, it means not just that every course we offer is informed by the latest thinking, but also that you’ll learn from people with a real passion for their subject. We have a world-leading research reputation and offer a range of research degrees.
An international experience
Our study exchanges will help you develop your independence and give you the exciting chance to experience another culture. At the same time you will be gaining key skills valued by employers within a global economy. We have links with many partner universities throughout Europe, the USA and Australia.
Over the past three years, NTU has invested over £130 million on campus regeneration projects. This has resulted in a range of superb lecture theatres, restaurants, reception areas, student services areas and new student accommodation. NTU’s ambitious estates regeneration strategy has led to many prestigious award nominations from The Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards 2010.
The Centre for Broadcasting and Journalism
Our award-winning range of Journalism courses are based in the new Centre for Broadcasting and Journalism, centrally placed on our City site. This multimillion pound development includes one of the largest student newsrooms in the UK, a fully functioning TV studio with production facilities and three radio studios.
Constantly evolving courses
Innovative and stimulating, enjoyable and challenging, our courses are constantly developing to meet the needs of students and their future employers. When it comes to getting the job you want, you will need to stand out from the crowd. All our vocationally focused courses are designed to help you build key transferable skills giving you a head start in your future career.
Nottingham – Arts, Culture and Entertainment
Nottingham is a hugely popular place to live, work and study and is known for its thriving arts scene. Nottingham Contemporary which opened in 2009 is one of the largest contemporary art spaces in the UK and holds major exhibitions throughout the year. For movie lovers there are modern multiplexes and the Broadway cinema, one of the major independent cinemas in the UK, is always popular with students. World-class theatre is shown at the Nottingham Playhouse and the Theatre Royal and the Royal Concert Hall attracts stars from comedy and music. The city centre has a huge selection of places where you can grab a bite to eat, sip a cocktail or enjoy a hot chocolate at one of the many restaurants, cafes, bars and pubs.