Norwich University of the Arts is a dynamic, modern and creative community providing arts, design and media education from a unique campus at the heart of the city’s cultural quarter.
Find out about this year’s exhibition of final work by postgraduate students, including an online catalogue of the exhibitors.
Norwich University of the Arts has received a record number of applications for places on its undergraduate degree courses this year.
Students have voted NUA as the best specialist arts, design and media university in the UK in the National Student Survey.
Two short films created by BA Film and Moving Image Production students have been commissioned by sun protection cream brand IKAROS through ideasfactory@NUA.
An exhibition of post-war British art held by the Arts Council Collection will be shown at the Gallery at Norwich University of the Arts this summer. Afteryears: Reflections on British Art 1946-52 will look back at the art created in the years immediately after the war, displaying some of the earliest works of art collected by the Arts Council.
A snapshot of campus life at Norwich University of the Arts.
NUA Chancellor John Hurt has awarded degree certificates to the largest ever cohort of NUA students at the graduation ceremonies.
NUA has been named as the lead partner bringing the British Art Show 8 to the city of Norwich in 2016. Read the press release.
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.
Times Higher Education magazine has published a Campus Profile feature on NUA. Read it online.
Join NUA’s community of artists, designers and media practitioners for postgraduate study.
Find out how NUA participated in Universities Week 2014.
Visit NUA’s online research archive which provides public access to a digital snapshot of the research, enterprise and practice generated by research-active staff and postgraduate students.
All you need to know about coming to NUA from outside the UK.
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
View work by students in the relevant course pages, such as BA Games Art and Design student work.
ideasfactory@NUA can provide a team of students and academic staff, of any number from 2 – 100 from fashion to fine art, graphic design to games design, illustration or textiles.
Our students are our greatest advocates. Read about Beatrice Heuvel’s experience of MA Textile Design at NUA.
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.
Find out about the services provided to graduates of NUA.
Discover how NUA works with universities, museums, galleries, and creative and cultural industries throughout the world to develop exciting and relevant research.
Like the NUA Facebook page to stay in touch with news at NUA.
MA Fine Art graduate Richard Brookes has been selected by MAstars as one of the stars of the future UK art scene. The programme, through which art professionals select the artists to watch from MA degree shows across the UK, will present his work on Axizweb a platform for promoting selected artists which is seen widely within the art community.
BA Illustration graduate Tom Richardson and MA Fine Art graduate Verónica Domingo Alonso have been selected as artists in residence at the BilbaoArte Centre for Contemporary Art in Spain through a joint proposal.
NUA is going to be the most impressive arts university in the world.
John Hurt CBE