Nottingham Trent University
School of Arts and Humanities
The School of Arts and Humanities at Nottingham Trent University’s (NTU) offers vocational designed postgraduate courses in English Studies, Creative Writing, Media, Philosophy, History and Heritage at our redeveloped Clifton Campus. English Language Teaching and professionally accredited Journalism courses are based at our City Campus in the heart of Nottingham. Our courses are highly relevant to a wide range of careers or futures in research, industry or academia. 93% of our postgraduate students are in employment, or further study, within six months of graduating (latest DLHE, 2015-16). We’re a multicultural university welcoming students from different ethnic, linguistic and religious backgrounds attracting students and staff from over 160 countries. We provide our students with first-class learning and teaching facilities and have recently invested £350m across our campuses, creating inspiring environments to live and learn in.
Our courses are informed by the latest research and industry input, providing a real-life dimension to learning. Teaching is a collaboration of academics, professionals and visiting industry partners, all of whom enrich the course content. Our links with local and national TV stations, museums, galleries, local schools, voluntary organisations, and literary and language events all open the classroom up to the cultural life of the city and beyond, bringing contexts, flavours and worldwide perspectives to learning. Students have the opportunity to broaden their minds and gain transferable skills, through fieldtrips, volunteering and placements. Our courses equip you with the experience and knowledge necessary to stand out from the crowd. They enable you to succeed in today’s competitive employment market, and also allows you to study in depth the subject you love. We offer a number of scholarships and bursaries to help fund studies.
Underpinning all of our courses is our internationally renowned academic staff, who actively foster a vibrant community of advanced learning. The Research Excellence Framework 2014 results demonstrate the high quality and international standing of research conducted within the School. Our subjects with a research impact measured as world-leading or internationally excellent include English Language and Literature (87% of the research); Modern Languages and Linguistics (80%); History (70%); and Communication, Cultural and Media Studies, Library and Information Management (70%). We offer opportunities for postgraduate study leading to MPhil and PhD, by both full-time and part-time study, across a wide range of disciplines. Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funding opportunities are available for Arts and Humanities research students.
Students studying on our Clifton Campus benefit from award-winning facilities including our brand new teaching suite, as well as our newly modernised and upgraded library. Facilities on-site include shops, cafés, a bar, top-class sports facilities and 24 hour access to IT resources. At our City Campus Journalism courses are based in the Centre for Broadcasting & Journalism (CBJ). This multimillion pound journalism training facility simulates a real-life workplace setting with one of the largest student news rooms in the UK. It contains a fully functioning TV studio with production facilities, and three radio studios all designed to industry standard. English Language Teaching students study at the Nottingham Language Centre, a lively multi-cultural hub providing access to a range of high-quality audio-visual materials and books, as well as networked PCs for individual learning, and a range of quiet study spaces.
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