Nottingham Trent University

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Main Campus

AddressNottingham Trent University Burton Street Nottingham NG1 4BU

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City campus

AddressNottingham Trent University
City Campus
Burton Street

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Brackenhurst campus

AddressNottingham Trent University
Brackenhurst Campus
NG25 0QF

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Clifton campus

AddressNottingham Trent University
Clifton Campus
Clifton Lane
NG11 8NS

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Student Accommodation

We have a fantastic range of accommodation, offering you a great place to live with other NTU students along with:

  • a choice of en-suite or shared facilities
  • great locations on, or near campus
  • free wi-fi internet (with speeds of up to 20Mbps)
  • utility bills included
  • security
  • access to support

Contracts run throughout the academic year and include the Christmas and Easter breaks, so you can stay in your room during these holidays. Most of our accommodation contracts are 44 weeks, but we do have some 51-week contracts for students who want to arrive early or stay over the summer. All of our accommodation is self-catered. We have catering outlets on all three campuses, serving hot meals and a wide range of sandwiches, drinks and snacks.

  • Guaranteed accommodation for new students.
  • Students who make NTU their first choice and book and pay your booking fee by 31 July are guaranteed an offer of university-allocated accommodation (terms and conditions apply, please visit our website for details).
  • The university also has residences suitable for mature (age 21+) and postgraduate students.
  • Mature students, those with families, or those who require more flexible contracts may prefer to live in private sector housing. We work closely with landlords to ensure that our recommended houses offer a safe and secure alternative to halls. Nottingham Trent University’s letting agency, Trent Lets, has properties available to book from September 2016 onwards.

Booking your accommodation

  • You can book your accommodation online, giving you complete control over the residence, flat and room you want. Once you accept your place at NTU, we’ll send you an accommodation brochure and information on how to book.

Making you feel welcome

  • Living in NTU halls means that you won’t be far away from our Welcome Week student reps, who’ll help you make friends and start enjoying university as soon as you arrive.
  • You’ll also have wardens and residence assistants on-hand throughout the year.
  • Please visit the NTU accommodation pages for more information.

Accommodation Costs

City Campus

Number of university/college beds 4,455
Typical annual cost of university/college accommodation* £4,400–£6,200
Typical annual cost of private accommodation* £3,500–£4,600

Clifton Campus

Number of university/college beds 4,455
Typical annual cost of university/college accommodation* £4,400–£6,200
Typical annual cost of private accommodation* £3,500–£4,600

Brackenhurst Campus

Number of university/college beds 342
Typical annual cost of university/college accommodation* £4,300–£5,200
Typical annual cost of private accommodation* £3,000–£4,600

Living in the City

  • City Population: 306,000
  • Student Population: 34,000

Nottingham is the biggest city in the East Midlands and a well known destination for many students. Nottingham's affordable living and metropolitan feel make the city a real attraction for students and many choose to live here after graduating. Students at Nottingham Trent tend to live in Forest Fields.

Getting Around

  • Buses are well priced and the tram network makes short work of getting round the city.
  • Cycling is a popular option owed to the many cycle lanes and relatively flat terrain.
  • Nottingham is easily accessible by road, rail and air. London is 122 miles away, and trains take 1 hour 45 minutes.
  • The nearest airport is East Midlands, easily reached from the city and with many domestic and international destinations.

Culture and Nightlife

  • Nottingham has one of the best nightlifes in the country, venues such as Rock City, the Rescue Rooms and the Marcus Garvey Centre make sure this city has something for everyone. Special student nights make nightlife more affordable.
  • Theatre Royal and the Nottingham Playhouse house a number of world faamous shows on an anual basis. Concerts at the Concert Hall. There is no shortage of cinemas, including the Savoy with its double seats and the UGC at the Cornerhouse. The Broadway Arts Cinema caters for more esoteric tastes.
  • Nottingham has the 'oldest pub in the world', the Trip to Jerusalem, dating back to 1189. 
  • Nottingham's annual Goose Fair brings visitorss from far and wide. It is a three-day event held in October on the Forest Recreation Ground. 


  • Nottingham is a footballing city with two teams in the Football League - Nottingham Forest and Notts County. 
  • The National Ice Centre has two Olympic-sized rinks, whilst the National Watersport Centre at Holme Pierrepoint offers white-water rafting in addition to rowing, canoeing and water skiing.
  • Test and county cricket are played at Trent Bridge.
  • Nottingham is equipped with ample leisure centres and swimming pools. The nearby Peak District National Park offers excellent walking and climbing.

Proximity to City Centre

  • Nottingham Trent University has 1 city centre campus and 2 other sites about 4 miles from the city centre.