Norwich University of the Arts
Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) has a history that dates back to 1845 when The Norwich School of Design was established. In 2008 the school was granted the power to award degrees up to master's level and was renamed Norwich University College of Arts. In 2012 it gained full university status and became Norwich University of the Arts.
The main things you need to know about studying at the Norwich University of the Arts.
The University is ranked as the 77th best overall university in the UK for 2021.
The Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework saw NUA awarded Gold overall and recognised for our ‘exemplary employability initiatives’. NUA won a Guardian Award for the best Employability and Entrepreneurship and was shortlisted in the Times Higher Education Awards. 95% of NUA graduates went on to employment or further education within six months of graduating.
Fees for UK and EU students are £9,250 per year with the fees for international students are £15,000.
Norwich University of the Arts offers some bursaries and scholarships if you meet the required criteria, with financial assistance from £500, rising to £3,500 per year. More details are here.
Norwich is one of the UK’s friendliest and most affordable cities – with a range of accommodation options for students to choose from to suit their budget and needs. Ranked in the top 10 safest towns and cities for students by StuRents.com, Norwich blends of cosmopolitan contemporary life and striking heritage. You will feel at home and well-catered for whatever your budget – from NUA’s high-specification halls of residence at All Saints Green in the heart of Norwich to Beechcroft just a short bus ride away.
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The Students’ Union is an independent, autonomous and democratic organization that exists to support and represent students and ensure their University experience is as exciting and rewarding as possible. The Union is recognised by the University as the formal voice of students and it liaises with NUA management to advocate on students’ behalf. The Union coordinates and trains Student Representatives plans events and manages clubs and societies. The Union works in partnership with NUA to ensure that students have input into any decision concerning how students are taught, the provision of resources and the type of support they receive.
Prominent alumni from NUA include: artist, Michael Andrews; painter, Marjorie May Bacon; comic artist on Batman: The Killing Joke, Brian Bolland, Turner Prize nominee, Glenn Brown; creator of Bob the Builder, Keith Chapman.
A short film directed by BA (Hons) Animation graduate Chris Dunleavy and lecturer Jon Dunleavy has been featured on BBC Introducing Arts. The film, It’s Not The End of The World, depicts a botched attempt to take over the world by sentient technology. The creative duo describe the film as a comedy of error… messages. Full details here.
"Norwich is a fusion of modern and historic. It is an easy city to get walk around, making it perfect to explore all of the flourishing arts, music and culture it has to offer"
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