Norwich University of the Arts graduation ceremonies are held at St Andrew’s Hall in the centre of Norwich.
This is what it’s all about. You’ve done the hard work – now it’s time to celebrate everything you’ve achieved, at Graduation.
An event to remember deserves a venue fit for the occasion. NUA graduation ceremonies take place in the magnificent St Andrew’s Hall, a medieval friary complex in the centre of Norwich.
This year’s ceremonies will be held on Tuesday 2 July and Wednesday 3 July 2019. See below for details.
|Tuesday 2 July 2019|
|Ceremony 1 – 11am||Ceremony 2 – 2.30pm|
|Design for Publishing||Architecture|
|Games Art and Design||Fashion|
|Graphic Design||Fashion Communication and Promotion|
|Wednesday 3 July 2019|
|Ceremony 3 – 11am||Ceremony 4 – 2.30pm|
|MA, PGDip, PGCert||Film and Moving Image Production|
|PGCertHE in Learning and Teaching||Photography|
Registration and ticket booking is now closed for graduation this year.
Award certificates and academic transcripts
During the week of 19 August 2019, the Academic Registry will send your award certificate and your transcript, which is the formal record of your marks and award, to the address you provide when you register for graduation.
If you qualified for an MA, Postgraduate Diploma or Postgraduate Certificate in September 2018, 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.
Our ceremonies next year will take place on Tuesday 23 and Wednesday 24 June – more details to follow in early 2020.
Find out about our Honorary Awards