Norwich University of the Arts is a dynamic and creative community providing arts, design and media education.
Are you looking to start in September?
Our Clearing lines are open until 6pm today. NUA has limited spaces on some courses and we are looking for talented individuals to join our creative community.
Students have voted NUA as the best specialist arts, design and media university in the UK in the National Student Survey 2015 for the third year running.
The best way to experience what NUA has to offer is to see for yourself at one of our open days for undergraduate or postgraduate courses.
|Undergraduate Open Day|
|Friday 25 September 2015|
|Saturday 10 October 2015|
|Friday 16 October 2015|
|Friday 23 October 2015|
|Postgraduate Open Day|
|Saturday 5 September 2015|
The Class of 2015 talk about this year’s Graduation Ceremonies.
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Work by BA Fashion student Victoria Miller was selected for the Gala Show at Graduate Fashion Week 2015.
BA Fine Art student Henry Driver has won the first prize of £500 in the Norfolk Contemporary Art Society prize 2015.
Retailer Optical Express has presented a graphic design student with £150 of vouchers after he researched and redesigned the company’s brand for a final degree show project.
Listen to an audio recording of Making The Cut, an exclusive evening with the director Stephen Frears, actor Sir John Hurt CBE and screen industry champion Film London’s Adrian Wootton, presented by Norwich University of the Arts as part of its 170th anniversary celebrations.
Two NUA students have received £10,000 funding for their documentary series after winning the Film and Photography category of the Deutsche Bank Awards for Creative Enterprise.
Textile Design students have contributed concepts and designs for the interiors of a new Norfolk-built supercar. The students were invited to participate in the project headed by Trident Sports Cars Head of Interior Design Rachael Martin, herself a graduate of the University.
Postgraduate students in arts, design and media courses at Norwich University of the Arts display their final works to the public.
NUA is to open a Digital User Research Lab in October, to be situated in the Ideas Factory Digital Creative Incubation Centre.
NUA is offering eight £10,000 scholarships for 2015 entry. For eligibility criteria and information on how to apply for N170 scholarships visit the Scholarships page.
As part of our 170th anniversary celebrations, NUA is running a creativity competition for students in years 10-12.
NUA has been named as the winner of the Excellence and Innovation in the Arts Award at the Times Higher Education Awards.
NUA praised for world leading research in the Research Excellence Framework 2014. Read the press release.
NUA will significantly increase its student accommodation provision after signing an agreement for its students to have exclusive occupation of the new All Saints Green development in Norwich city centre. Find out more about accommodation at NUA.
“A great arts scene depends on a very strong relationship with universities and Norwich University of the Arts are a really incredibly important part.”
Sir Peter Bazalgette
Chairman of Arts Council England
A snapshot of campus life at Norwich University of the Arts.
All you need to know about coming to NUA from outside the UK.
Consistently rated as one of the safest and ‘greenest’ cities in the UK, Norwich combines a rich heritage and history with an exciting and contemporary atmosphere. Find out more about living in Norwich.
Norwich University of the Arts begins a year-long celebration of its 170th anniversary. This film includes interviews with its Chancellor John Hurt CBE, Vice-Chancellor Professor John Last, students and alumni including Rastamouse co-creator Genevieve Webster.
Discover how NUA works with universities, museums, galleries, and creative and cultural industries throughout the world to develop exciting and relevant research.
Find out about the services provided to graduates of NUA.
“NUA is going to be the most impressive arts university in the world.”
Sir John Hurt