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Nottingham Trent University

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Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2022

Architectural Engineering

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5
WRITTEN ON 5 AUG 2019

Best place to get a degree. You get value for your money. Amazing place to learn in the heart of England. Rankings climbing.

Good teachers that actually teach with passion. Great students union. All sorts of accommodation is provided to meet your needs. Award winning university with a top notch employability reputation. Great transport services

Good teachers that actually teach with passion. Great students union. All sorts of accommodation is provided to meet your needs. Award winning university with a top notch employability reputation. Great transport services

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Anonymous

Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2013

Software Engineering

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4
WRITTEN ON 20 SEP 2015

Alex Jemsy

It is a brilliant place to study. There is a mix of fun and study. Tutors are always there to help and give feedback when the need arises.

It is a brilliant place to study. There is a mix of fun and study. Tutors are always there to help and give feedback when the need arises.

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Anonymous

Postgraduate

Year of graduation 2010

Art and Design

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1
WRITTEN ON 23 JUL 2015

Complete joke and a scam

The only saving grace to my international study experience at NTU was the friends I made. Everything was a spectacular joke. The administration treat students like money bags as opposed to people who're looking to get an education. International scholarships are given out like candy to bait foreign money in (and pay thousands more for tuition.) 

Priority was always given to undergraduate students in terms of space and supplies. Most of the tutors in my department were utterly useless and did not provide guidance or constructive criticism of our work. They WILL fail students without prior warning or proper explanation. 

The administration is corrupt to the point where many of their actions should be considered illegal. Students are often lied to. Students have been left to fend for themselves when course leaders or tutors leave (either due to emergencies or because the instructor decides to go on holiday rather than teach.) They purposefully leave important administrative processes (such as the appeals) vague so that bureaucratic red tape leaves it impossible for students to fight back. There is virtually no accountability, save for very few members of the faculty who genuinely try to help the students. 

Do not go to NTU for a postgraduate program in art and design. Save yourself the headache and attend an institution that actually gives a damn about education.

The only saving grace to my international study experience at NTU was the friends I made. Everything was a spectacular joke. The administration treat students like money bags as opposed to people who're looking to get an education. International scholarships are given out like candy to bait foreign money in (and pay thousands more for tuition.) Priority was always given to undergraduate students in terms of space and supplies. Most of the tutors in my department were utterly useless and did not provide guidance or constructive criticism of our work. They WILL fail students without prior warning or proper explanation. The administration is corrupt to the point where many of their actions should be considered illegal. Students are often lied to. Students have been left to fend for themselves when course leaders or tutors leave (either due to emergencies or because the instructor decides to go on holiday rather than teach.) They purposefully leave important administrative processes (such as the appeals) vague so that bureaucratic red tape leaves it impossible for students to fight back. There is virtually no accountability, save for very few members of the faculty who genuinely try to help the students. Do not go to NTU for a postgraduate program in art and design. Save yourself the headache and attend an institution that actually gives a damn about education.

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