Open Days

Open Days

We’d love to meet you.

Our Open Days are the perfect way to speak to our academic Makers and Creators, and current students, to discover what being a Norwich University of the Arts student is really like. 

Book your place on either our undergraduate (BA and BSc) or postgraduate (MA or MArch) event below.

We open bookings two months prior to the date.

2021-22 Undergraduate (BA and BSc) Open Days

Upcoming dates for on campus and online Open Days can be found below.

On campus
Friday 3 December 2021 | 10am to 5pm
Online
Friday 14 & Saturday 15 January 2022 | 10am to 5pm

What happens on an Online Open Day?

You can join a range of talks and ask your questions directly to staff and current students.

For undergraduate days we’re also running sessions that will give you tips on how to prepare your creative portfolio, practical advice on student finance and accommodation, right through to the support we give on well-being and mental health.

And if you want to take a long view, our Careers and Employability Team will be online to talk about what kinds of jobs our degree courses open up after graduation.

2021-22 Postgraduate (MA or MArch) Open Days

On campus

  • Tuesday 7 December 2021 | MArch Architecture Open Evening | 6.00 to 7.30pm
  • Thursday 3 March 2022 | 5 to 7pm
  • Thursday 9 June 2022 | 5 to 7pm
  • Thursday 14 July 2022 | 3 to 5pm

Online

  • Thursday 10 February 2022 | 5 to 7pm
  • Saturday 20 August 2022 | 10.30am to 12.30pm

After booking

After you submit the form you will receive an automated confirmation of your booking, followed by further information about the event closer to the date as well as your schedule.

If you have not received a confirmation email after booking, please email studentrecruitment@nua.ac.uk.

Need help? Chat to our friendly recruitment team

Book a place on an Open Day, or to find out more about how to apply for a course at NUA, please give us a call.

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