Europe

Europe

This page has dedicated information for applicants from Europe.

Courses

Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) offers three year undergraduate BA and BSc courses and one year postgraduate MA courses in a range of creative subjects. There are also four year undergraduate degree courses available.

Applying

Applications for all our undergraduate courses, BA or BSc courses should be made via UCAS.

For MA courses you can apply directly to NUA; please contact the Admissions Office for all direct application forms. NUA will accept applications up to 5 weeks before the start of term. Courses commence in September only.

After applying

After completing the application, candidates from Europe must submit a digital portfolio of creative work. Candidates are supplied step by step guidance throughout the process.

2020 tuition fees for European students

EU students are eligible for a tuition fee loan from the UK government, meaning you wont have to pay your fees up front. Further details about tuition fee loans are provided below.

Course UK/EU tuition Fee
Undergraduate degree (full-time three and four year degree) £9,250
Postgraduate degree (full-time) £8,000
Postgraduate degree (part-time) £5,000
Research degree (full-time) £5,400
Research degree (part-time) £2,700

To find information about our international tuition fees visit the dedicated International fees & finance page. 

2020 financial support for EU students

Tuition fee loans and loans for living costs are available. Find out more about applying for funding

Brexit guidance for EU applicants

We want to reassure EU applicants about fees, visas, and access to finance in the context of the Brexit negotiations. Read the dedicated guidance for EU applicants page.

Students
BA VFX student Pheya Tribelsky standing on st Georges Bridge at Norwich University of the Arts

Pheya Tribelsky

"One of my favourite things about Norwich is how many independent small businesses there are, varying from quirky coffee shops, bars and restaurants."

BA (Hons) VFX

portrait photo of alum Simas Balciunas smiling at camera with medium black hair wearing a thin scarf with long sleeved dark top

Simas Balciunas

"Visiting professionals made me feel closer to the industry. It’s encouraging to hear their experiences, it made me believe that everything is possible."

BA (Hons) Games Art and Design

portrait photo alum Stefano Passoni smiling and looking away from camera with short dark hair and a black v neck jumper

Stefano Passoni

"We work in all types of animation including 3D, 2D and stop motion. You can experiment on each project and through our group work I’ve had the chance to be involved with all aspects from storyboarding and editing to sound design."

BA (Hons) Animation

portrait photo of alum Adrian Ardelean looking away from camera wearing hat with glasses and loose khaki scarf and blue denim shirt

Adrian Ardelean

"We learned the most important thing in today's business world and that is how to sell yourself and your ideas to the film industry. "

BA (Hons) Film and Moving Image Production

Undergraduate Year 1 entry

Use the tabs below to find the Year 1 entry requirements for your country qualification. If you do not see your country listed please contact the Admissions Office directly.

Year 0 entry

All undergraduate degrees at NUA will offer a Year 0 option from 2020 (subject to validation). With the exception of BA (Hons) Acting and BA (Hons) Fashion Marketing and Business, which are scheduled for 2021.

The Year 0 option has lower academic requirements to the typical three year degrees. If you would like to discuss the entry requirements for Year 0 entry contact the Admissions Office to discuss in more detail.

Postgraduate academic requirements

BA (Hons) or BSc degree with a 2:1 or equivalent in a subject related to your proposed course of study. Contact the Admissions Office to discuss your qualification.

English requirements

Students from Europe may be asked to complete an English language qualification. BA and MA applicants are required to have a minimum IELTS exam score of 6.0 overall, with a minimum of 5.5 in each section. We also accept some alternatives to IELTS which you can find on the International Apply page.

The requirements listed below are for the undergraduate Year 1 courses. For information about the entry requirements for the undergraduate Year 0 course or postgraduate courses please contact the Admissions Office directly.

Austria – Reifeprüfung / Matura with a minimum grade 3 or above.

Belgium – Certificat d’Enseignement Secondaire Superieur / Certificat de Qualification 6 Diploma von Hoger Secondaire Onderwijs/Getuigschrift an overall grade of 6/10 or 12/20 depending on grading system.

Bulgaria – Diploma za Sredno Obrazovanie an overall grade of 4 (dobur) or above.

Cyprus – Apolyterion with an overall average of 17 or above (to include 16 or above in Maths and key subjects) plus a foundation course OR 2 A levels at grade BB.

Czech Republic – Maturita / Secondary School Leaving certificate with an overall average of 3 or above.

Denmark – Bevis for Studentereksamen / Højere Forberedelseseksamen / Højere Handelseksamen (HHX) / Højere Teknisk Eksamen (HTX) with an overall average of 8 or above.

Estonia – Gümnaasiumi lõputunnistus (Secondary School Certificate) at grade 12 with an overall average of 4 or above and successfully completed Estonian university matriculation examination (Riigieksamitunnistus).

Finland – Ylioppilastutkinto / studentexamen (Matriculation Examination) with an overall average of M/5 or above.

France – French Baccalaureat with an overall grade of 12 or above.

The requirements listed below are for the undergraduate Year 1 courses. For information about the entry requirements for the undergraduate Year 0 course or postgraduate courses please contact the Admissions Office directly.

Germany – Zeugnis der Allgemeinen Hochschulreife / Abitur with an overall grade of 2 or above.

Greece – Year 12 Upper Secondary school certificate – Apolyterion of Lykeio with an overall average of 16 or above plus a foundation course OR 2 A levels at grade BB.

Hungary – Erettsegi / Erettsegi Bizonyitvany with an overall average of 3 or above.

Ireland – Irish Leaving Certificate passed at Higher/Honours level with grades BBBBBB

Italy – Esame di Stato with an average mark of 70 or above.

Latvia – Atestats par visparejo videjo izglitibu (Certificate of General Secondary Education) OR Diploma par augstako arodizglitibu with an overall average of 8/9 or above.

Lithuania – Brandos Atestatas with an overall average of 8 or above.

Luxembourg – Diplome de Fin d’Etudes Secondaires OR Diplome de Fin d’Etudes Secondaires Techniques with an overall grade of 40/Bien or above.

Malta – Advanced Matriculation OR Matriculation Certificate Examination (from the University of Malta) with grades BBB or above.

The requirements listed below are for the undergraduate Year 1 courses. For information about the entry requirements for the undergraduate Year 0 course or postgraduate courses please contact the Admissions Office directly.

Netherlands – Voorbereidend Wetenschappelijk Onderwijs (VWO) with an overall grade of 7 or above.

Poland – Swiadectwo Dojrzalosci / Matura with an overall average of 70% or above, including two subjects taken at the higher level.

Portugal – Certificado de fim de Estudos Secundarios OR Bacharel/ Bacharelato with an overall average of 3 or above.

Romania – Diploma de Bacalaureat with an overall average of 8 or above.

Slovakia – Maturitná skúška / Maturita (Secondary School Leaving Certificate) with an overall average of 3 or above.

Slovenia

Spain – Titulo de Bachiller an overall average of 7 or above.

Sweden – Avgångsbetyg / Slutbetyg från Gymnasieskola (Upper Secondary School Leaving Certificate) with an overall average of C / 15 or above.