Norwich University of the Arts Scholarships
Scholarships and awards
Here you will find information and advice on scholarships and awards available for students at Norwich University of the Arts. This wide range of scholarships provide financial support with eligibility unique to each scholarship and award.
Through philanthropic support of NUA, the University is able to offer the following awards to students regardless of their financial background. These are awarded to students who have shown excellence through their studies and whose experience of studying at NUA will be enriched by receiving one of the following awards.
Feilden+Mawson Scholarship for Architecture
The Feilden+Mawson scholarship for Architecture was first awarded in 2016, and offers a third year BA (Hons) Architecture student £2,000 to assist with their final year of studies. Feilden+Mawson has long supported the arts and education since its beginnings in 1956 and is delighted to be continuing this tradition by providing NUA with the annual Feilden+Mawson architectural scholarship.
Philip Bodie, Partner at Feilden+Mawson comments: “In the current educational climate where students are expected to top-up their student loans by taking on paid work, the Feilden+Mawson scholarship has been established to lessen this burden specifically for students who are on target to achieving a high-ranking degree.”
Eligible students are required to apply for the scholarship by providing a written statement outlining how the F+M scholarship will support and enhance their studies, short-listed students are then given the opportunity to present their final year project to Philip Bodie and Stuart Jones, both partners and Architects of F+M.
Dubery and Brogden EAAF Scholarship
The Dubery and Brogden scholarship was established in September 2016, following a substantial bequest made to the East Anglia Art Fund (EAAF) from the Estate of artists Fred Dubery and Joanne Brogden. This money has enabled EAAF to provide scholarships worth £2,500 per year of study to two undergraduate and two postgraduate students on the following courses: Fine Art, Illustration, Textile Design and Fashion. Acknowledging emerging talent and responding to financial need, these scholarships will make study possible for some students who may not otherwise be able to afford to go to University.
Richard Jewson, Chairman of Trustees, East Anglia Art Fund said: “In 2016 East Anglia Art Fund celebrates 25 years of supporting art exhibitions in the region. This bequest represents an immensely exciting opportunity to extend our work with artists, supporting their study at the Norwich University of the Arts”.