Get all the information and advice on what to prepare for your portfolio when applying to an undergraduate course at Norwich University of the Arts.
Undergraduate portfolio advice
Here at NUA we are keen to get to know you and your practice. Your portfolio should be made up of work that reflects your creativity, personal interests and influences, as well as demonstrating your technical skills and ability.
For most courses in 2021, we are asking applicants to submit digital portfolios through our application portal. You will receive further information on how to do this, after you have applied.
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Course specific portfolio guidance
You can view specific portfolio guidance on each course page:
- BA (Hons) Animation
- BA (Hons) Animation and Visual Effects
- BA (Hons) Architecture
- BA (Hons) Design for Publishing
- BA (Hons) Fashion
- BA (Hons) Film and Moving Image Production
- BA (Hons) Fine Art
- BA (Hons) Games Art and Design
- BSc (Hons) Games Development
- BA (Hons) Graphic Communication
- BA (Hons) Graphic Design
- BA (Hons) Illustration
- BA (Hons) Interior Design
- BA (Hons) Photography
- BA (Hons) Textile Design
- BSc (Hons) User Experience Design
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