While the university only offers conditional housing to undergraduate students, there are many options for postgraduate students, with Norwich being one of the safest and affordable cities to live in the UK. There are properties of all sizes and distance from the university to suit all budgets, with average rental costs for private accommodation coming in between £280 and £320 per week (excluding utility bills).
The university provides a list of safe, approved rental flats and houses in the area, as well as providing information on its website on how to find a property. Students can join the Sharer’s List on the university’s pre-enrolment portal and can also join the university’s Facebook page to find other students to share accommodation with.
For more information on where to start looking, see the university's online housing guide.
NUA’s award-winning campus provides an inspirational environment in which students can pursue their passions and fulfil their potential. The campus is spread over 11 beautifully designed buildings - from the medieval to the contemporary - all equipped with innovatie technology and plenty of natural light.
The university’s specialist studios and workshops contain plenty of cutting-edge facilities, including:
The university even has its own East Gallery in the city centre, which showcases modern and contemporary art from around the world and provides a great way for MA Curation students to gain experience. In addition, the university’s library contains a vast collection of books, journals, exhibition catalogues and much more, to support student’s independent study and research.
An NUA shop and NUA café are also on campus, with the latter serving up tasty treats throughout the day.
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