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Throughout our long history, we have remained true to a mission focused on students' ambitions and employers' needs. Today, our close links with employers and strength in employability have gained us a recognised competitive position both nationally and internationally.

Nottingham Trent University is ranked amongst the UK’s greenest universities in the Green League for our environmental commitment. We have 24,000 students and are investing £200 million across our three campuses to create an inspiring learning environment.

Nottingham has a student population of 10% and is the fastest-growing city in the UK for job creation. We are a leading UK university for employability with 95% of our students in employment or further study six months after graduating.

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Your brain, on games. OnlineUniversities.com

Playing video games is good for your brain – here’s how

Whether playing video games has negative effects is something that has been debated for 30 years, in much the same way that rock and roll, television, and even the novel faced much the same criticisms…
That’s another way of looking at things. Antony Pidduck

3D models can bring quicker, greener, cheaper construction

The latest advance used to help design new buildings and conserve our historic ones is a range of 3D modelling technologies. Using 3D models at the design stage improves better information to reduce production…
Better brush up on your sleuthing skills. Casey Fleser

First come DIY detectives, then pay-as-you go policing

An alarming report from Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary has revealed that some police forces have simply given up investigating some types of crime, instead calling on the general public to…
In need of help. Eyescar/Shutterstock

The dangers of workaholism for you and your employer

The term “workaholism” has been around since the 1971 publication of Wayne Oates’ book Confessions of a Workaholic. But, despite increasing research into the idea, there is still no single concept of this…
The tiger, felled: Zhou Yongkang. EPA/Anindito Mukherjee

Taking down a big tiger won’t end China’s ingrained corruption

Chinese premier Xi Jinping’s anti-corruption purge has really started to hit its stride – and by announcing an investigation into Zhou Yongkang, one of the most influential figures in the Chinese Communist…
Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. Mikhail Metzel/Ria Novosti/EPA/Kremlin Pool

MH17 tragedy shows the risks of the new Great Game

Since Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down over rebel-held Ukraine, there has been much finger-pointing between Russia, pro-Russian separatists and the Ukrainian government. While the UK and US…
We’ll do better next time. Tolga Bozoglu/EPA

Don’t blame England World Cup failures on inexperience

England’s footballers have had their worst ever start to a World Cup – and, bar a miracle, face an early exit. So begins the inevitable search to understand the cause of this calamity. The squad’s inexperience…
Research a better bet than an octopus oracle. Roland Weihrauch/EPA

How to minimise losses when gambling on the World Cup

Given my academic background it may come as little surprise that when I gamble, I expect to lose in the long run. But, that is not to say that I don’t have some golden rules that I apply in gambling situations…

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