Study at NUA
Study. Create. Develop.
Realise your creative potential at a TEF Gold university that provides exceptional education in arts, design, architecture and media.
Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) campus is a vibrant hub of invention, home to a dynamic and creative community located in the heart of Norwich’s cultural quarter.
Study at Norwich University of the Arts
You’ll work in dedicated studios and fully equipped workshops that have been designed to help you build specialist knowledge and flourish in your chosen discipline.
You’ll have the chance to develop essential skills, from traditional craft and contemporary digital design to print and media production techniques. You’ll graduate ready to pursue your ambitions with passion and knowledge.
Explore these pages to discover more about what makes NUA the perfect place to unlock your potential.
19 undergraduate courses.
9 postgraduate courses.
Never Underestimate Art
How to apply
Everything you need to know about making your undergraduate or postgraduate application to study at NUA.
NUA is home to students from over 40 countries. Discover why.
Find out about the bursaries we offer at NUA to help with your studies.
Students and graduates nominated in Royal Television Society East Student Awards
Thirteen nominations across Animation and Film in the RTS East Student Awards 2020.
Students and graduates build games in Global Game Jam 2020
Norwich University of the Arts joined the international games community for the 48hr challenge.
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.
5 ways the fashion industry can be more sustainable
BA Fashion student & menswear designer Elisabeth Kiko asks how can the industry be more eco friendly
We Are MA: Liam Ashley Clark, MA Fine Art
We chat to MA Fine Art graduate and artist Liam Ashley Clark.
Maintaining creative inspiration after graduation
Film and Moving Image Production graduate Florence Watson offers advice on staying creative.
In conversation with…Alexandra Fullerton
Our students put their questions to the author, editor and stylist
We Are MA: Emmaalouise Smith, MA Moving Image and Sound
Graduate Emmalouise Smith discusses her experience of MA study and what she's working on now.