Norwich University of the Arts graduation ceremonies are held at St Andrew’s Hall in the centre of Norwich.
In view of the current Coronavirus pandemic, we have unfortunately had to take the decision to postpone the graduation ceremonies we were due to hold on Tuesday 23 and Wednesday 24 June this year.
We know this will be disappointing for the students and guests who were due to attend. We’re planning to reschedule the ceremonies for later in 2020, and will post more information here when we have it.
If you have any questions in the meantime, email email@example.com.
Award certificates and academic transcripts
If you qualify for your degree in summer 2020, the Academic Registry is due to send out your award certificate and academic transcript to you later in the year. We’ll let you know the exact date nearer the time.
If you qualified for an MA, Postgraduate Diploma or Postgraduate Certificate in September 2019, we have already sent your certificate and transcript to you.
If you have any queries about your certificate or transcript, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find out more about replacement certificates
Every year, NUA Degree Shows give the public a chance to see the work of our graduating students. Featured in Shutterhub’s top Degree Shows to see in 2017, this unique festival of creativity and talent features a range of exciting work.
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