Who are

Whether you’re studying at City, Clifton, Confetti or Brackenhurst, Nottingham Trent Students’ Union is here to make sure that your time at NTU is the best it can be. From keeping you entertained with our events programme to supporting you when times get tough, we offer a range of opportunities to help make that happen. Below you’ll find out more about them.

We’re one of the best
Students’ Unions!

Disability Confident Employer
Investing in Volunteers
NUS HE Students’ Union of the Year 2015
Investors in People Gold
Green Impact Good
NUS Officer Team of the Year 2014
NUS Community Engagement Award 2013
Top 10 in National student Survey

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From blogging and knitting, to politics and astronomy, there’s a society for every interest at NTSU and joining one is a great opportunity to  meet new people and try new things. You can even join them before you get here. Online memberships are available on our main website from Sunday 1st July 2018.

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Socialising doesn’t stop after Freshers’ Week, it plays a huge role in your university experience. We offer a diverse range of daytime and night-time events to cater for all tastes throughout the year. Follow our dedicated entertainments social media channels  for more details. 

I strongly believe that the Students’ Union plays an integral part of every student’s University experience.”

Elissa Rapaport, BA Primary Education

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sports clubs

Whether you’re looking to play competitively or just try a new sport for fun, you can do with NTU’s sports clubs. You’ll find everything from the classics like football and tennis to the more unusual sports like archery and fustal too. 

Personal development

We have a range of personal development opportunities available throughout the year that have been designed boost your employability, including training and activities that will help you develop new skills as well as volunteering projects that allow you to give something back to the community and gain experience.

Support and advice

We understand that University life can sometimes be overwhelming which is why we have our own Information and Advice Service that acts independently of the University offering free advice and guidance on everything from money matters to mental health. You can find out more about them here


Your views are important to us and we’ve got a range of representatives in place who are here to make sure our students’ voices are heard. From Academic Reps who represent you on issues relating to your course or school, to our Executive Officers who take care of everything from society members to student wellbeing, we are here to represent you.


For more information on everything we do, please see our main website