Nottingham Trent University ranked highly for Art and Design

Nottingham Trent University ranked highly for Art and Design

 March 31, 2020

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Nottingham Trent University is celebrating after being ranked amongst the top ten universities in England and top 100 in the world for Art and Design according to the QS World University Rankings by Subject.

NTU is one of the UK's most established creative universities. Nurturing a forward-thinking mentality has won NTU a gold rating for outstanding teaching and learning in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF).

The Art and Design school at NTU nurtures talent, conducts daring research and works on collaborations that shake up the industry.

"We are breaking convention, and challenging the very ideas of what is possible for an art and design school," NTU states. "Inspired by a love for our craft, we are committed to pushing its boundaries into new territories."

Female staff at the helm of art and design

Women are key to driving the subjects of art and design forward NTU, with a female Deputy Dean in situ plus three female heads of department.

Natalie Brown NTU

Natalie Brown is the Deputy Dean of the School of Art & Design at NTU. Natalie supports the Dean in leading the strategic direction of the school and has responsibility for the implementation of key initiatives which impact on the continuous improvement of the student’s academic experience and attainment across the school’s diverse range of art and design subject areas..

Amanda Briggs-Goode NTU

Amanda Briggs-Goode is Head of Department for Fashion, Textiles and Knitwear Design in the School of Art and Design. In this role Amanda provides subject leadership and management for a staff team of 30+, which includes the Advanced Textiles Research Group (ATRG).

Melanie Robertson NTU

Melanie Robertson is the Head of Department for Fashion management, marketing and communication in the School of Art & Design. Mel oversees 4 undergraduate courses and 4 courses at postgraduate level covering the full spectrum of the technical, commercial and visual aspects of fashion.

Pip Spoerry NTU

Pip Spoerry is Head of Department for Visual Arts in the School of Art and Design. In this role, Pip provides subject leadership and management for a staff team of 30+ across the areas of Fine Art, Decorative Arts and Design for Performance. Pip has a strong record of accomplishment in education, with over 27 years’ teaching and management experience across a wide range of the creative sector in higher education and further education.

Lead a creative career at Nottingham Trent University

Women, do you want to forge a career in the arts? Nottingham Trent University will help you push boundaries and use your craft to inspire others.

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