Nottingham Trent University (NTU), will expand into London in 2023 with the creation of a new campus.
This development enhances considerably NTU’s capacity to support social mobility as a growing generation of young people in London and South-East look to enter vocational education to launch them into their careers.
The campus will be based around an expansion of NTU’s Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies, located in Whitechapel, London’s centre for the creative industries.
Students looking to forge a future in the entertainment industries will be able to study hands-on courses in performance, production and business for the music industries, event management, and emerging technologies such as esports, virtual production, and content creation.
Courses will be open to both UK and international students, with undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications available.
This ambitious plan will be strengthened by the relocation of Access Creative College’s London centre onto the same campus. The UK’s largest independent training provider, specialising in creative education, will provide its students with the opportunity to continue their studies in London through NTU.
Work on the 35,000sqft campus is now underway, with the first intake of students scheduled for September 2023.