Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) was founded more than 175 years ago and today provides students with excellent teaching that leads to industry-relevant qualifications across a wide range of creative subjects, including design, media and architecture.
As a specialist university covering creative courses, NUA has adopted a contemporary and forward-thinking approach to teaching the arts. Norwich is a place where the future of creativity is shaped in a fast-changing world. The university understands that creative practitioners play an essential role in this process by understanding and interpreting what is happening and developing better ways of living in the future. A student body of around 2,800 students has access to cutting-edge facilities at Norwich, equipped with established and emerging technologies and strong support in their chosen field.
NUA has a well-earned reputation for creating successful designers and artists, with many graduates seeing recognition for their work around the world. Alongside well-established courses ranging from games art and design, graphic design and fashion, students can choose to study newer courses like creative computing and creative technology.
The university’s remarkable city centre campus is at the heart of the creative quarter of Norwich, offering students excellent facilities within easy walking distance. Norwich is a safe and student-friendly city with plenty of live entertainment venues, independent restaurants and shops, an annual international festival and other social activities to enjoy.
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