- Undergraduate Students
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- Undergraduates are guaranteed an offer of university-allocated accommodation if they make NTU their first choice and book their place by the specified deadline.
- A great range of accommodation is available on and off campus, and fees include both utility bills and Wi-Fi.
- Welcome Week student reps help newcomers to NTU residences settle in, make friends, and start enjoying university as soon as possible.
|Self-Catered||from £3,915 to £8,815 per year|
The costs above are for the academic year 2019/20
- Nottingham is friendly, exciting, and in the middle of everywhere.
- It's a dynamic city that's home to over 60,000 students, and a vibrant cultural hub offering galleries, theatres, museums, cinemas and live music venues.
- In 2015, VisitEngland named Nottingham England's official 'Home of Sport': the city has more sporting facilities per head than anywhere else in Europe.
Nightlife and Culture
- Nottingham offers a great – and safe – night out, as proven by nine Purple Flag awards in a row. There are too many bars and clubs to list, but popular student destinations include Ocean, Pryzm and Ink. The city is home to a wide range of live music venues, from the massive Motorpoint Arena to the legendary Rock City and the eclectic Rescue Rooms.
- In 2015 Nottingham was named a UNESCO World City of Literature, reflecting a proud heritage that includes Lord Byron, DH Lawrence and Alan Sillitoe. The city also has a number of exhibition spaces such as Nottingham Contemporary, one of the UK's most exciting art galleries.
- Nottingham is home to two football clubs, the world-famous Trent Bridge cricket ground, the National Ice Centre, and the National Water Sports Centre. The city has a variety of sporting facilities – covering everything from tennis to roller derby – and has produced sporting heroes like Stuart Broad, Carl Froch, Torvill and Dean, and Rebecca Adlington.
- NTU's City and Creative Quarter campuses are right in the heart of Nottingham, within easy walking distance of most amenities and attractions. The Clifton Campus is 4 miles from the city centre, and Brackenhurst Campus – a beautiful country estate with woodland, a lake and landscaped gardens – is only 14 miles away.
- The campuses are linked by regular and frequent bus services. Free travel is available between the city centre and some of the outlying halls of residence.
- The university's City Campus has its own stop on Nottingham's tram network.
- Nottingham is easily accessible – the M1 motorway passes just west of the city. London, Birmingham, Manchester, Sheffield and Leeds are all around 2 hours away by train, and the nearby East Midlands Airport serves as a gateway to Europe.