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Norwich University of the Arts

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Student Accommodation

  • NUA provides a range of accommodation options in Norwich for all new students: from halls of residence to private accommodation. This includes high-end halls All Saints Green in central Norwich and budget-friendly Beechcroft, just a short bus ride from the campus, along with Crown Place in the city centre, opening in September 2019.
  • Accommodation information is made available to all accepted students in February via the university's pre-enrolment portal. The portal has details of all of the available accommodation and how to apply. It also includes private accommodation and the 'student-share' list of first years who would prefer to share a house or flat.
  • Applicant days and open days allow prospective students to visit the accommodation on offer.

Accommodation Costs

Self-Catered from £4,554 to £7,038 per year

The costs above are for the academic year 2019/20

Student Life

  • Norwich sparks with creativity from a flourishing music and cultural scene, set in one of the UK's 'greenest' cities.
  • A compact city centre houses six theatres, a permanent six-day market as well as vintage and independent shops in the 'Norwich Lanes'. But don't be fooled by the city's medieval architecture; Norwich has a history of rebellion and radicalism, of innovators, creators and makers.
  • Beyond the city limits, Norfolk is famed for its 90-mile coastline of big skies and stunning beaches. The tranquil waterways of the Norfolk Broads National Park span 120 miles of rivers and lakes, providing a source of inspiration.

Nightlife and Culture

  • The city has a vibrant and diverse live music scene. The UEA LCR, The Waterfront, Norwich Arts Centre and Norwich Playhouse are among the best known and best loved venues. There are more than 300 bars and pubs across the city, as well as six theatres and four cinemas.
  • Norwich has an ever-growing number of independent galleries, museums, theatres and events, and the oldest international arts festival in the UK, reflecting the variety of creative interests represented in the city. UNESCO named Norwich as England's first City of Literature in 2012 in celebration of the city's literary tradition, spanning Booker and Nobel prize winners.

Travel

  • NUA's campus is in the heart of Norwich's cultural quarter, a short walk from the centre of the city.
  • The campus is a 10-minute walk from Norwich's rail station. There are services to London every half hour with travel times of less than 2 hours; Cambridge is just over 1 hour by train.