Norwich University of the Arts graduation ceremonies are held at St Andrews Hall in the centre of Norwich.
The graduation ceremonies for our 2020 graduates were postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
We are hoping to hold the ceremonies in St Andrews Hall in June 2021.
If you are a 2020 graduate or 2019 MA graduate please make sure we have your correct contact details as we will contact you directly with more information in March.
If you have any questions in the meantime, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Award certificates and academic transcripts
If you qualified for your degree in summer 2020, your award certificate and academic transcript have been sent to your contact address.
If you have any queries about your certificate or transcript, please email email@example.com
To view the amazing work of the 2020 graduating cohort please visit our Graduate Showcase.
Find out about our Honorary Awards
Gina Jackson, Games industry pioneer and Honorary Fellow made an OBE in 2020 Queen’s Birthday Honours
For services to Education and Diversity in the Video Games Industry.
BAFTA award-winning screenwriter and director Amma Asante MBE to become new Chancellor
Amma will be inaugurated as Norwich University of the Arts' second Chancellor in March 2020.
Celebrated names from film, fashion and fine art awarded NUA Honorary Doctorates
NUA awards Honorary Doctorates in 2018 graduation ceremonies.