Norwich University of the Arts rises in the Times and The Sunday Times’ Good University Guide

Norwich University of the Arts rises in the Times and The Sunday Times’ Good University Guide

Norwich University of the Arts has risen 21 places in The Times and The Sunday Times’ Good University Guide 2022 published this week, and is ranked 7 in the Modern Universities table and second top Arts University and the highest outside of London.

Vice-Chancellor Professor Simon Ofield-Kerr thanked students and staff commenting: 

“The table provides a comprehensive guide to universities in the UK,  evaluating them on several metrics including student satisfaction with teaching quality and student experience.  Norwich University of the Arts met the challenges of the past year directly and continued to deliver teaching of exceptional quality.”

“I am incredibly proud that the University has been recognised in this way. It is testament to the key decisions and incredibly hard work undertaken by everyone to support our students”

Simon Ofield-Kerr, Vice-Chancellor

“Student satisfaction with teaching quality was rated in the top 10 for all universities in the National Student Survey 2021 contributing to this rise in ranking in the Good University Guide 2022.  I am incredibly proud that the University has been recognised in this way. It is testament to the key decisions and incredibly hard work undertaken by everyone to support our students last, and indeed in every year.”

The full Good University Guide 2022 is available online now.