Removing barriers and promoting inclusivity Who do we want to hear from? We want to hear from students from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds. What do we want to know? NTU Sport wants to explore the barriers to accessing NTU Sports activities as perceived by students from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds. What … More What are the barriers to Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic students accessing NTU Sports activities?
Featuring Charlotte Clarke, Football Scholar at NTU … More International Women’s Week – Celebrating our female athletes
First Year NTU Student Harry Collinson has had quite the month. He travelled to Malaysia as the GB umpire at the Sultan of Johor Cup. The under 21s international tournament is a major pathway for future professional hockey players. We asked him to give us the low down on the whole experience. What do you … More NTU Student Harry umpires in Malaysia
At NTU we have many different ways you can get involved in sport and exercise, and we currently have some special early bird offers in place. … More Get active at NTU Sport
Sport in particular has played a massive role in politics; it has shaped governments and brought about the end to regimes throughout history. … More The Sporting effects on politics
My blog is simply going to consist of the reality of over working yourself, and how well-being has become something of a second thought. … More Don’t overwork yourself
There are many benefits of volunteering and current opportunities at NTU. Hear from one of our current NTU Sport Volunteers, Joe Junkovic. … More The benefits of volunteering