Being a student at NTC means being a part of a diverse and dedicated learning community, drawn from a wide range of countries and traditions.
NTC is not just an academic community: it’s also a faith community, and a central part of student life is embedded in worship, whether in the regular chapel services, in weekly pastoral care groups, or in the informal spaces in college life where students and faculty meet and talk over a mug of coffee.
A key part of the student experience is beyond the classroom, where learning is embedded in practice. Placements and fieldwork form a core element of many NTC undergraduate courses of study, so that students ‘get their hands dirty’: the cycle of learning, application, and reflection is embedded in the fabric of college life.
NTC has formal links with a wide range of international colleges and universities, and the exchange of students generates a vigorous global dimension to campus life: typically, over 30 nationalities are represented in the student body. The relationships formed during study at NTC are life-changing, and world-expanding.