Nearly 30,000 of Nottingham's students study at Nottingham Trent University. One of the UK's largest unis, Nottingham Trent became a university in 1992, and is now one of the leading 'new' universities in the country. Impressively, Nottingham Trent was awarded the title of "the most environmentally friendly university in the UK" in 2009.
Nottingham Trent University has three campuses all based in Nottingham; City Site, Clifton Campus, and Brackenhurst Campus. City Site, home to the recently regenerated Newton and Arkwright buildings as well as the Students' Union building, is the largest of Nottingham Trent's three campuses and is based only a short distance from iQ Exchange. With a walk of less than quarter of an hour between Nottingham Trent and iQ Exchange, it isn't hard to see why so many Trent students choose to live with us.
|Distance||Bus||Car / taxi||Walk||Cycle|
|Nottingham Trent University, City Site Campus||0.6 miles||10 minutes||5 minutes||14 minutes||5 minutes|
How to get to Nottingham Trent from iQ Nottingham
Nottingham Trent's City Site campus is just a short walk to the North West of iQ Exchange - making our student accommodation a super convenient place for Nottingham Trent students to live. The walk or cycle to campus will conveniently take you past the intu Victoria shopping centre, which is really useful if you need to pop to the shops! And if you're getting to and from uni by bike don't forget that we have secure cycle storage at Exchange.
If you want to get the bus to the City Site campus, there's a great selection of buses that will pick you up just around the corner from iQ Exchange, including the numbers 24, 25, 27, 44, 43, 100 and CL2. Jump on any of these to take you down Upper Parliament Street and drop you off a short walk from uni. The whole journey will take you less than quarter of an hour by bus. If you're ever running really late, a taxi should take about 5 minutes and should cost less than £5.
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