Could you be Nottingham’s first #YoungPoetLaureate? Nottingham City of Literature are searching for someone to promote poetry and inspire young people across the city. Aged 18-30 and think you’ve got what it takes? Apply now! [ Nottinghamcityofliterature.com Link ] #nottinghancityofliterature
NTU staff and students represent 157 different nationalities. This morning, NTU’s new REACH group hosted a breakfast to help to celebrate World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development. Watch this short video to find out more about REACH and their work:
Don’t forget to register to vote by Monday 22 May if you want to vote in the UK general election. If you plan on voting while you are at university, make sure you are registered to your term-time address! If you are registered elsewhere (for example, at your parents) you’ll need to either travel there on 8 June to cast your vote or update your details before the 22 May. Remember, your vote... View details ⇨
Changed your mind about coming along to uni? Don’t worry if you missed the UCAS deadline – we’re accepting applications for most courses until 30 June. Apply through UCAS Extra and don’t wait until Clearing to find a place:
Don’t forget to get down to NTU Market today, with loads of local traders selling plants, honey, juice, bread, seasonal produce, vintage clothing, and international food and drink! The market is from 11am - 3pm located outside the SU building.
Red squirrel numbers have fallen in recent years since the introduction of the non-native grey squirrels. Now, researchers at NTU are working on a new project to help safeguard the future of red squirrels in the UK. Find out more: