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Nottingham College has taken the very best bits of ncn and Central and put them together to create a brand new college for the city.
Former student's exciting photographic journey began from the moment she set foot in our iconic Adams Building.
Foundation Degree Photography student, Harry Starbuck’s creative expertise is “hot off the press” hitting national and global headlines - following his captivating photo of the newly engaged royal couple’s first public appearance.
The local final of the national Springboard FutureChef competition took place at the College, putting the culinary skills of school pupils from five Nottingham schools to the test.
Prince Harry is coming to Nottingham with his new fiancée Meghan Markle tomorrow (Friday 1st December) for their first official engagement as a couple. There may be some disruption to city centre travel, so please bear this in mind if you are travelling t
A motor-vehicle apprentice from Nottingham College scooped a bronze medal at the Worldskills UK national finals on 18 November.
Nottingham diners were treated to a special five-course tasting menu created by successful local chef Craig Floate last week at our Adams Restaurant.
The final of the Nottingham Restaurant & Bar Awards’ Best Young Talent, Back of House Award, took place at our Adams Restaurant & Brasserie this week (6th November).
Young people in Nottingham are being given the opportunity to gain valuable insight into the global darts industry following the renewal of a three-year sponsorship with Winmau, the world’s leading darts brand.
More than 400 Nottingham College Higher Education (HE) students are celebrating their academic success as they graduate today.
Successful Nottingham chef, Craig Floate, will be sharing his years of culinary expertise with some of our aspiring chefs on 9th November, when he is set to take over our Adams Restaurant.
Nottingham College moves a step closer towards its new £60m landmark City Hub campus development with the launch of its public consultation exercise today.
Broadway musical have been brought to life thanks to eye-catching makeovers created by students at Nottingham College.
An engineering student from Nottingham College, Matthew Taylor, was crowned “Young Inventor of the Year” at the annual Made in the Midlands business awards on 19 October.
Families wanting to have “a spooktacular” half term filled with haunting activity can join a special Halloween Trail this week
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