Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) was founded more than 175 years’ ago and to this today provides students with excellent teaching and industry-relevant qualifications across a wide range of arts subjects, including design and media.
The university has won awards in recognition of its teaching standards, including being presented with a gold in the Teaching Excellence Framework.
As a specialist university covering art courses, NUA has adopted a contemporary and forward-thinking approach to teaching the arts. A condensed student body of around 2,500 students has access to cutting-edge facilities and strong support in their chosen field.
NUA’s Games Art and Design course has a well-earned reputation internationally for creating successful games artists, with many graduates seeing recognition for their work across major titles around the world.
The university is based near the centre of Norwich, with facilities within easy walking distance. Norwich is a safe and student-friendly city with plenty of live entertainment facilities, restaurants and other social activities to enjoy.
Norwich University of the Arts students on Whatuni say:
“My overall university experience so far has been very good with meeting really lovely people within my accommodation to meeting new like-minded people on my course. The work takes a bit of getting used to after A levels and a foundation however once you get into it it's really enjoyable and very useful.”
“It is a lot of work, there is a lot of stuff to do, research and learn but I like it and I feel this university is taking care of my future as I am sure this is what it takes to be good at what I would like to do.”
“I have just started the second term and although it hasn't been that long, I can honestly say University life in Norwich has changed me so much. I have become more independent and social, I have become more devoted to more course, and gained so much knowledge of my practice. Wouldn't change it for anything.”
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