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Norwich University of the Arts

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Norwich University of the Arts aims to hone students technical expertise and understanding of materials by working on design competitions and briefs for high profile companies such Burberry, Red or Dead, ASOS and Woolmark.

Students receive a valuable insight into how the industry works, which allows them to grow through guest lectures, seminars and workshops with acclaimed practitioners, stylists and academics. The courses allow access to studio space, specialist fashion design resources and well-equipped workshops run by on-site technical staff.

This allows students to follow in the footsteps of award-winning alumni who have pushed creative boundaries and promoted their work through high-profile publications and events such as Graduate Fashion Week in London.

Contact Information
Contact Number:

01603 610561

Contact Email: info@nua.ac.uk
Website:
Course Details
Number of Courses:

6

Type of Courses:

Postgraduate; BA (Hons)

Key Course Titles:

BA (Hons) Fashion
BA (Hons) Fashion Communication & Promotion
BA (Hons) Fashion Marketing & Business

Course Fees:

UK fees:
£9,250 per year

International fees:
£17,065 per year

Key Fashion Course Tutor Name:

Nina Dobson

Course Information
Admissions Phone Number: 01603 610561
Admissions Email: studentrecruitment@nua.ac.uk
University Rankings:

10th in the UK's higher education institutions for teaching quality.
(The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide)

Company Information
Key Executives
Chairman:

Professor John Last OBE

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