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All postgraduate courses at Norwich University of the Arts are designed with employability in mind and the university works closely with employers in the industry, ensuring that students are equipped with the skills and knowledge they need to be competitive in the job market. During their course, students are also visited by specialists in their field of study who provide inspiration and advice about their future.
The dedicated team in the university’s Business & Employability Team are on hand to support students’ career objectives, offering specialist, one-to-one advice and guidance on finding a job or starting a business. With their support, students can take part in the Norwich University of the Arts PROFILE scheme in which students can learn specific employment-based skills (CV writing etc.) and track work experience undertaken, or experience gained of using specific tools and equipment.
Norwich graduates have gone on to enjoy successful careers in leading museums, design agencies, game development companies, film production studios and fashion houses across the world. Many students have been honoured at the highest level of their industries, including winning BAFTAs and being nominated for Oscars.
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