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Fees, finance and scholarships

Fees, finance and scholarships

Pursuing a degree qualification is a significant financial commitment. NUA offers a range of scholarships for international students, as well as different accommodation options to help you make the most of your time as a student in a new, exciting community.

2018 international tuition fees

Citizen status

Course

Fee

International (non-EU)

Four year degree

£13,700

International (non-EU)

Undergraduate degree (full-time)

£13,700

International (non-EU)

Postgraduate degree (full-time)

£13,700

International (non-EU)

Research degree (full-time)

£15,000

International scholarships

We are pleased to support new international students by providing a range of merit-based scholarships for outstanding students who wish to attend Norwich University of the Arts. The University does not offer full scholarships. 

International Student ScholarshipGlobal, undergraduate only£5,000
International Student ScholarshipGlobal, undergraduate or postgraduate£2,000
US Student ScholarshipUS candidates, undergraduate or postgraduate£2,000
South Korean Student ScholarshipKorean candidates, undergraduate or postgraduate£2,500
UK-based International Student ScholarshipUK-based candidates, undergraduate or postgraduate£1,000
Russian Student ScholarshipPlease contact the International Office for details. 
Priority ScholarshipHong Kong and Singapore candidates, undergraduate and postgraduate£2,000

Terms and conditions apply to all scholarships. Those will be made available to all offer holders.

Eligibility

Scholarships are awarded on the strength of applicant portfolios and interviews as determined by course staff at the time of interview.

To be eligible, students must have overseas fee status and join NUA on three and four year programmes, or a postgraduate course.

Students must take their place and submit a scholarship form to the International Office by the relevant deadline, agreeing to all associated terms and conditions in the process.

Advanced entry students are not eligible for the general scholarships, though they can apply for the country-specific scholarships in some instances.

Cost of attendance – 2018/19

The Cost of Attendance is a calculation of the annual cost of tuition fees, course materials, room and board, travel and other factors. This is an estimation of the maximum amount that you’ll need to study in Norwich per year.

 Undergraduate – 40 weeks  Total
AccommodationBased on single en-suite in NUA’s All Saints Green accommodation new students. UG 46 week contract £6,900
Course materialsThis is an aggregated estimate and will vary considerably depending on the individual students’ creative practice £925
Local TravelBased on annual discounted bus pass £360
Personal CostsIncluding food, clothes, toiletries, etc. £3,200
Computer suppliesIncluding capital cost of laptop £1,250
Educational visits  £500
Tuition fees  £13,700
Two return flights  £2,260
NHS Charge  £450
Visa costs  £400
Total  £29,945

 

Postgraduate – 52 weeks  Total
AccommodationBased on an annual contract in private accommodation off campus, including bills £4,800
Course materialsThis is an aggregated estimate and will vary considerably depending on the individual students’ creative practice £925
Local TravelBased on annual discounted bus pass £360
Personal CostsIncluding food, clothes, toiletries, etc. £4,160
Computer suppliesIncluding capital cost of laptop £1,250
Educational visits  £500
Tuition fees  £13,700
Two return flights  £2,260
NHS Charge  £150
Visa costs  £400
Total  £28,505

Paying the right fees

If you believe you are eligible for home fee status, check guidance issued on the UKCISA website. If you find you do meet the criteria, please email international@nua.ac.uk.

You should resolve this issue as soon as possible as it may impact the deadline for your application.

Accommodation and living costs

The Cost of Attendance is a calculation of the annual cost of tuition fees, course materials, room and board, travel and other factors. This is an estimation of the maximum amount that you’ll need to study in Norwich.

Students can choose to live in NUA student accommodation or the private sector for their first year. NUA offers single bedrooms in All Saints Green and Beechcroft.

The all-inclusive cost of student accommodation is between £96 – £170. There is abundant private housing available from £70 per week.

US Federal Aid

United States citizens or permanent residents can apply for funds through the U.S. Federal Student Loan Scheme to study at NUA.

Contact our International Office

We are pleased to work with you to discuss your questions at any stage of the application process.

Call: +44 (0) 1603 756249

Email: international@nua.ac.uk

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