Could you be a part of this year's residential? Apply Now! #NTUSR15

The NTU Summer Residential is your ideal opportunity to experience what university might be like. 

Over three days and two nights you will…
Develop your skills for success in higher education
Stay in our university accommodation and get a real feel for living at uni
Experience student life by meeting new friends
Meet current university students and find out about student life
Enhance your application for higher education

100% of students who attended last year’s residential said that they would recommend it to a friend

And the great news is – the NTU Summer Residential is FREE! We will pay for all your food, activities and accommodation. 

Head over to our EVENTS page to book yourself on to this year's Residential!

What Can I do with Art And Design?

Featured Workshops : Theatre Design,
Fashion and Knitwear design,
Media Creatives, Product Design


"The open door policy of the teaching staff is great. If I’ve ever had a question about a lecture, or can’t find some of the recommended reading, tutors have always been very quick to respond to my emails.

Similarly, for feedback on assignments it was really easy to make an appointment and have a chat which I’ve found really useful.
Rhianon Brooks, BA (Hons) Criminology 

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