Nottingham Trent University wins award for Teaching Excellence

Nottingham Trent University wins award for Teaching Excellence

 October 22, 2019

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Celebrations are in store for Nottingham Trent University (NTU) after winning the Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence from Advance HE.

The prestigious award recognises and rewards collaborative work that has had a demonstrable impact on teaching and learning. Introduced in 2016, the award scheme highlights the key role of teamwork in higher education and was recently opened to members of staff from all providers of higher education across the four nations of the UK. Institutions can nominate one team per annum.

Winners, including NTU, must have demonstrated evidence that their collaborative work has had a demonstrable impact upon teaching and learning - this could be impact on colleagues and/or students at an institutional or discipline level.

NTU tweeted: "We’re pleased to have won yet another award- this time the Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence @AdvanceHE for our work developing learning analytics to use with our students #cate2019."

One of many awards for NTU

The Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence is the latest in a string of award wins for NTU. Among its many accolades, the university has been named University of the Year at the UK Social Mobility Awards, received a British Heart Foundation Heart Hero award, has risen to 12th place in the Guardian University Guide, and has been recognised for its commitment to gender equality by achieving the Bronze Award under the Athena SWAN Charter.

Work for an award-winning university

NTU has been recognised for its high levels of student satisfaction, its quality of teaching, its engagement with employers, and its overall student experience.

The university is also a highy diverse and inclusive institution, both for students and staff.

If you want to work in a highly collaborative academic environment and enjoy working to support significant student success, search and apply for a job at NTU today.


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