BINDT on the move


The British Institute of NDT is to relocate to the Newton Building, adjacent to the University of Northampton's Avenue Campus in St George's Avenue, Northampton. 

The University of Northampton was formerly known as the Nene College of Higher Education and then University College Northampton. It was granted full university status in 2005. The University of Northampton today occupies two sites, Park Campus in Kingsthorpe, a suburb of Northampton, and Avenue Campus, which is situated close to Northampton town centre and opposite one of the largest open parkland areas in Northampton.
Some time ago, the University took ownership of a Grade II listed former school next door to the Avenue Campus. Since then, the school, built in 1915, has been extensively refurbished and re-named the Newton Building. The building is home to the University's School of Science and Technology and also houses a cutting-edge 3D immersive imaging technology facility.

The University of Northampton launched a Foundation Degree in NDT in October 2007 in close collaboration with The British Institute of NDT and two years later a top-up BSc degree was introduced.

BINDT will be relocating to the Newton Building by the end of July 2010. All correspondence should continue to be sent to the current address until further notice.

The new address will be: The British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing, The Newton Building, St George's Avenue, Northampton NN2 6JB.