Nottingham Trent accommodation
All Nottingham Trent University first-year undergraduate students are guaranteed a place for their first year of study. Most students choose to live in private student accommodation in Nottingham from their second year.
Nottingham Trent University is based close to the city centre of Nottingham, meaning there are loads of great NTU student accommodation options right by campus. Depending on your needs and budgets, some of the most popular providers are halls like Vita Student Nottingham and Hydrogen, both well-designed, modern accommodation providers with loads of facilities and added extras.
However, if you’re looking for more affordable accommodation, check out Miura and Nottingham Square. Don’t be fooled by the lower price point. These providers and other more affordable options still have great facilities and provide an active community and homely student accommodation near Nottingham Trent.
About Nottingham Trent University
Nottingham Trent University is a research university based in the city of Nottingham in the Midlands, UK. Notable alumni include Nick Easter (professional sportsman), Crista Cullen (Olympic Gold Medal), and Lord Coaker (Member of Parliament).
Nottingham Trent University Rank
According to the Complete University Guide, Nottingham Trent University is ranked 45th out of 130 overall. It also ranks 19th for facilities spend and 24th for student satisfaction.
Nottingham Trent University is based in the city of Nottingham in the heart of the Midlands, England, around 1 hour and 30 minutes from London by train. Due to its central location, it has great transport connections to major cities in the UK. Being a city, it also has a number of NTU private accommodation options to suit all requirements.
Nottingham Trent University ranks well for employability, ranking 91st for Graduate prospects – outcomes and 75th for Graduate prospects – on track. Nottingham Trent University also provides several support services for career development, including NTU’s JobShop, providing students with employment opportunities, CV and interview support, and volunteer and placement opportunities.
Visit the Nottingham Trent University website for undergraduate and postgraduate fee information.
Bursaries and Scholarship Opportunities
Nottingham Trent University offers a number of highly beneficial bursaries and scholarship opportunities to students, including based on the merit of academic performance and music and sporting achievements. For more information, check out the Nottingham Trent University website.
Student life at Nottingham Trent University
Nottingham is popular due to the multiple universities in the city. It has an active and buzzing student community that provides a memorable university career. Nottingham Trent and the University of Nottingham, the two largest universities in the city, have a friendly rivalry that culminates in the Varsity tournament. Check out our blog to learn more about Nottingham Trent Uni vs Nottingham Uni.
With its large student population, NTU has an active and engaged student union that provides a lot of support to the community. They provide over 130 clubs and societies and 60 sports clubs, from rock music to knitting, juggling to accountancy, and have Nottingham Trent Students’ Union (NTSU) facilities available on the City, Clifton, and Brackenhurst campuses. For a full list of clubs and societies available, check out the Nottingham Trent University website. There is also a great selection of student bars and cafes to meet up with friends or just relax between lectures, including The Level, The Landing, The Loft, and The Retreat. NTSU also has its own radio station and online magazine.
Nottingham is known for providing a fun and safe night out being awarded 11 consecutive Purple Flag awards. Apart from the student union bars, Nottingham has a varied selection of bars and restaurants that are popular hangouts for students. This includes places like The Hockley Arts Club and Das Kino.
Nottingham is also known for its interesting history. Being a UNESCO City of Literature, Nottingham has lots of historic buildings and museums to explore, including Nottingham Castle, the National Justice Museum, and the stunning Grade I listed Elizabethan mansion, Wollaton Hall. All of which is never far from most student accommodation near Nottingham Trent.
Nottingham Trent accommodation FAQs
Where do Nottingham Trent students live?
Most students choose to live in the city centre when considering Nottingham Trent accommodation. However, there are also popular areas of Nottingham, including Lenton and Beeston. Check out our Nottingham accommodation to view your accommodation options.
Which off-campus accommodation is closest to Nottingham Trent University?
There are a number of great NTU private accommodation options right near Nottingham Trent University. Our favourites include iQ Newtown House and Lace Market Studios. Both are about a 10-15 minute walk from campus.
Which is the best accommodation near Nottingham Trent University?
Due to its buzzing student community, there are a number of great options for student accommodation near Nottingham Trent University. Some of our favourites include Vita Student Nottingham and Canning Place.
Is accommodation near Nottingham Trent University available to postgraduate students?
Nottingham Trent University accommodation is available to all students, and there are lots of great options for NTU private accommodation students of all ages. Check out our Nottingham accommodation for what’s on offer.
Can I view accommodation close to Nottingham Trent University before I book?
That’s not a problem. Each student accommodation provider will offer different accommodation tours, generally both online and in-person viewings. Check with the individual provider for details.
When should I book my accommodation for the September intake of NTU?
As soon as you’ve been accepted to Nottingham Trent University, you should book your accommodation. Providers take bookings all year round, but the popular places tend to go quickly.
How do I pay for my NTU student accommodation?