This section covers information relating to the way Norwich University of the Arts is governed and how decisions are made.
It includes information on the legal status of the institution, which individual member of staff or group within the organisation is responsible for specific functions and where they fit in the overall structure of the organisation.
In some instances information from committee minutes will be exempt from disclosure where it contains personal information, information that may damage the commercial interests of the institution or that may threaten the health and safety of specific individuals.
The University’s legal name is Norwich University of the Arts, which is sometimes abbreviated to NUA.
|Norwich University of the Arts
3-7 Redwell Street
Information relating to how NUA’s management structure is organised and the function and purpose of each part of the management structure.
For information relating to how NUA was established and its standing from the point of view of the law visit Further And Higher Education Act 1992.
Information on NUA’s strategy and management of financial resources. Information that may damage the University’s commercial interests will be excluded from publication.
Information on NUA’s current Trustees, together with a list of all other charities (if any) of which each trustee is also a member:
Information relating to how the individual units of NUA are organised and where each unit fits in the overall structure of the institution.
The University’s Access Agreement sets out our commitments to ensure fair access and student success for students from under-represented backgrounds, through outreach work, financial and other kinds of student support.
The Access Agreements from the past few years are included below. The agreement that applies to a particular student will be the one for the year in which s/he first entered NUA. For instance, students who entered NUA in 2014/15 should refer to the 2014/15 Access Agreement.
Norwich University of the Arts is committed to valuing diversity and promoting equality. If you require documents in a different format please contact the Human Resources Department on 01603 756243 or email email@example.com.
Over the past five years NUA has invested heavily in developing and maintaining an attractive, cohesive and sustainable environment to support the provision of high quality teaching and learning. The specialist nature of our art, design, architecture and media courses requires a high level of costly resource, with digital technology, in particular, fast changing and requiring considerable investment to remain at professional, industry standards.
Any queries relating to NUA’s Publication Scheme should be addressed to:
|Information and Resources Office
Norwich University of the Arts
3-7 Redwell Street
Norwich, NR2 4SN