Postgraduate Centre unveiled at Nottingham Trent University

The opening of the centre

A multimillion-pound postgraduate centre has been unveiled at Nottingham Trent University, featuring technology and modern teaching and social spaces.

The 51,000 sq ft space has three floors and will hold approximately 2,000 international and UK postgraduate students from Nottingham Business School (NBS).

Study spaces, bookable meeting rooms, and a tiered lecture theatre alongside employability services, student support and a café are featured in the building, an outdoor space is also being created.

Nottingham Trent University vice-chancellor, professor Edward Peck, said: “The Postgraduate Centre has been designed with an emphasis on collaboration and social interaction, providing all of our postgraduate students with an environment which fosters academic success, personal development and networking.”

The NBS Responsible and Sustainable Business Lab, along with the business development and support team, will be housed in the Centre to facilitate collaboration among students, businesses, research, and consultancy.

Additionally, The Postgraduate Centre will feature a lounge for MBA students and alumni, serving as a space for networking, mentorship, and knowledge exchange, fostering a strong sense of community.

Executive dean of NBS, professor Baback Yazdani, added: “The development of this Centre demonstrates the confidence we have in our postgraduate community and its growth. It will bring our executive education and postgraduate community together in one space and inspire the business leaders of the future.”