- Nottingham, United Kingdom
- Program Type:
- Study Abroad
- Degree Level:
- Program Description:
Nottingham Trent University has been delivering art and design education since 1843.
With over 28,000 students it's one of the largest and most popular universities in the UK, with an excellent city centre location and enviable resources and equipment.
In July 2018 you can studying for between one and four weeks on a credit-bearing programme. Choose from:
Architecture and the Edit
Architecture, Drawing and the City
Beautiful Little Buildings
Photography and Architecture
Photography, Alchemy and the Artists Book
There is on-campus accommodation in our halls of residences.
Nottingham is an easy city to navigate, with all the attractions within a short walk.
In 2016/17 Nottingham Trent University was:
++ named Modern University of the Year (The Times Good University Guide)
++ awarded a Gold Rating for Outstanding Teaching and Learning (Teaching and Excellence Framework)
++ winner of Best University for International Students (WhatUni.com)
++ judged the most environmentally friendly university in the UK (People and Planet League).
Nottingham is famous for its historic castles, stately abbeys and the legends of Robin Hood and Sherwood Forest. We’re a UNESCO City of Literature, the home of the textile and lace industries as well as dark and gloomy tales above and below ground in our city of caves.
- Setting Description:
- With excellent galleries and museums, exciting nightlife and relaxing green spaces Nottingham is the ideal destination to study abroad. The region has a strong connection to the past with its castles and historic Sherwood Forest, whilst being at the forefront of contemporary art and design that’s being produced in the city’s Creative Quarter. Nottingham has excellent transport links by both air and rail. London and all of the UK’s major attractions are just a short train ride away.
- One year study abroad costs £12,300 (2015-16) or £6,150 for a semester. In addition it’s estimated you’ll need to budget £600 - £700 per month for accommodation, food, travel, materials and bills.
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