ncn is an integral part of the Nottingham community, with centres located throughout this great student city.
Courses are offered at a variety of levels: from GCSEs right through to degree-level study. The choice of subjects and qualifications are extensive and subjects are grouped intoAcademies.
The size and diversity of the College ensures an interesting student mix, reflecting a broad range of cultures, backgrounds and ages. As well as attracting students from the greater-Nottingham area and the East Midlands, many international students also attend ncn each year, adding to the vibrant, cosmopolitan atmosphere.
ncn City, is the main focus of delivery for the College’s growing higher education provision, programmes for its international students, and provision in hospitality, leisure and tourism, fashion, art and design, ICT, media, languages, GCSEs, retail and English as a foreign language. Much of the provision is delivered in the historic Adams Building in the Lace Market and is at the heart of the Creative Quarter of Nottingham City.
ncn Clarendon is a very popular further education campus providing vocational and academic programmes. It benefits from excellent facilities in performing arts and is the home of the Roland Music Academy boasting state of the art equipment, business and IT, hairdressing, catering, beauty therapy, health and social care and early years provision.
ncn Basford Hall, on the edge of the City boundary, is a large and important campus which focuses on construction, sustainability and energy, science, technology, and mathematics (STEM).
ncn High Pavement City Sixth Form Academy is a dedicated sixth form at the heart of the city centre that caters for ‘A’ level students and is based in a state-of-the-art building in the heart of the City’s academic district.
ncn Hucknall is a smaller, but significant centre offering vocational access and progression mainly for the local community’s young people and adults. The centre has floristry and hair and beauty provision.