The interview process provides an invaluable chance to meet face-to-face and is the main factor in determining the success of your submission.
The interview is an opportunity to assess your work and the suitability of your application and also provides you with a chance to assess NUA’s staff, campus and facilities and ask questions. We know it’s not easy to come somewhere new and chat to strangers, but this is your opportunity to talk about a subject that you are really interested in, and to have someone listen who is really interested in the same thing!
Use your portfolio as a talking point. Add work you have created outside of school or college. You could also include information about shows you have exhibited in. Anything that will give the interviewer an insight into your character and make you stand out. The work should speak for itself but be prepared to answer questions about the development and creation process.
Being proud of your work is different to being protective. If you have asked for someone’s opinion, try not to take it personally if they respond with honest, constructive feedback that you were not expecting.
Likely questions that may be asked during your interview:
Even if you are nervous, smiling and making eye contact will help you make a positive impression.
This is an opportunity to find out whether NUA is right for you. Prepare questions about things you want to know. Don’t be afraid to ask, we want you to leave feeling you know what you need to, so you can make the right decision for you if we offer you a place.
Interviews at Norwich University of the Arts are a friendly and informal event. Find out more from our staff and students about what to expect at your NUA interview.
NUA’s recruitment team provide portfolio presentation tips on a college visit.
If you have NUA as one of your university choices you may be able to receive a mock interview to give you bespoke advice you for the big day. Please ask your teacher to contact our recruitment team to find out more.
NUA’s recruitment team travels across the UK to assist schools and colleges in providing advice on what to say and what not to say at interview, tips on preparing portfolios and personal statements and other invaluable insights that will help you to refine your university application. Ask your teacher to contact our recruitment team.
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