Course Moves

A small number of our courses are moving...

New College Nottingham (ncn) will soon be joining with Central College Nottingham (Central) to form Nottingham College, and our aim is to be the best college in the region where you have the opportunity to achieve the best results to go onto get a great job, further study or an apprenticeship.  

As we’re merging with another college, we’ve got the chance to pick the best campus for each course area. That means that some courses will be moving to better campuses where the facilities are better and more suited to the courses delivered there. 

Below are details of the confirmed moves:





Art & Design


Stoney Street (City Centre), Lace Market, NG1 1NG


Beeston and Maid Marian Way

Adams Building (City Centre), Lace Market, NG1 1NG

Public Services


Clifton Centre, Farnborough Road, NG11 8LU

Fabrication & Welding


Highfields Centre, Science Park, University Boulevard, NG7 2RU

For further information on the great facilities for the above courses at the new locations just choose from the list below.

If you have any questions about the planned course moves, see the Frequently Asked Questions tab above.

New Locations

Stoney Street (City Centre)
Adams Building (City Centre)
Clifton Centre
Highfields Centre


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