Nottingham Trent named 2019 Guardian University of the Year
12 April 2019
Nottingham Trent University have been named University of the Year for 2019 by the Guardian.
The award, which is new for 2019, is the third of its kind for Nottingham Trent in as many years following their Times Higher Education University of the Year prize in 2017 and the Times and Sunday Times Modern University of the Year award for 2018.
Guardian University Guide editor, Judy Friedberg, said: “Nottingham Trent's performance across a range of measures has been exceptional this year. The university delivers overall academic excellence while paying close attention to the success of each individual student, no matter their background.”
The new award focuses on university activities that matter most to young people such as quality of teaching, student satisfaction and employability. NTU also won the award for ‘Course and Curriculum Design’ which 'significantly reduced the gaps between how well different groups of students do by making teaching a more collaborative process'.
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