Undergraduates who choose to study at NUA have several options for accommodation.
All Saints Green and the new Duke Street Riverside are high-specification halls of residence owned by the university, while Beechcroft’s halls are a short bus journey from the campus and are close to important amenities. These options are prioritised for first-year students.
Alternatively, private accommodation is available. Students can find their own place to stay or choose to live in the new Crown Place or Benedict’s Gate developments, which the university works closely with. If students choose to find their own lodgings, the NUA’s Accommodation Office can help advise students on various important topics including how to find a suitable landlord for students, shared housing options that are close to campus, and keeping costs low.
NUA’s campus consists of 11 buildings in the heart of Norwich’s cultural quarter. Each of these buildings has been renovated to be suitable as a modern teaching space, with the latest tech and studios providing state-of-the-art facilities without compromising the classic architecture.
NUA also has a specialist arts, design and media library. With over 33,000 books, a wide range of subscriptions and online academic sources available for students, it is the largest specialist arts library in eastern England.
Each course has specific media labs and creative spaces to ensure that each student has the best tools to help them succeed, whether studying performance-based arts, technical-based design or creative production. Essential facilities for student living, including shops and sports facilities, are catered for within the city.
The University has a gallery of its own, East Gallery, which showcases the best modern and contemporary art.
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