NUA graduates work at leading arts, design and media businesses throughout the world.
In choosing NUA you become part of a creative community of fellow students, tutors, technicians and industry guest lecturers. You also become part of a wider community of practitioners as you begin to professionalise your work.
You will have frequent opportunities to take part in external exhibitions, competitions and events. This is an important part of your professional development and will help you showcase your achievements and make valuable contacts.
An interview with Sophia George, who graduated from BA Games Art and Design at Norwich University of the Arts in 2011 and went on to win a Dare to be Digital, a BAFTA Ones to Watch award and a BAFTA Breakthrough Brits award and became the first Games Designer in Residence at the V&A Museum.
One reason I agreed so readily to become Chancellor of NUA was because so many people kept telling me how good it is.
John Hurt CBE
NUA Chancellor 2012 – 2017
NUA students are a revelation. They take to work quickly and show just the right blend of enthusiasm and professionalism.
Sony Computer Entertainment
The NUA Media Lab is unbelievable. I could be walking around a top animation studio.
Creator of Bob the Builder
The NUA Gallery interns are very engaged. I look forward to working with them on future projects.
Marcus Dickey Horley
Curator of Access Projects
NUA provides an important taste of the real world to come.
Stuart Craig OBE
Production Designer on the Harry Potter films
It’s incredibly helpful that NUA arranges talks from professional artists and designers.
Good ideas stand the test of time and this can be seen by the number of NUA graduates spread throughout the industry. Visiting industry speakers genuinely help when it comes to getting a job.
Head of Moving Image
Conrad Design Group
The career preparation NUA provides for students is proven by the number of graduates who have passed through the doors of the Sunday Times.
The Sunday Times
NUA Visiting Professor