University of the Arts 2017 Graduation
NUA graduation ceremonies are held at St Andrew’s Hall in the centre of Norwich.
Next year’s ceremonies will be held on Tuesday 3 July and Wednesday 4 July 2018. More details about the ceremonies will be posted here as they become available, so do bookmark this page and check back for updates.
Award certificates and academic transcripts for 2017 qualifiers
During the week of 31 July 2017, the Academic Registry will send you the formal record of your marks and your award, which we call an academic transcript, to the address you provided on your graduation reply form. We’ll then post your award certificate to you later in the summer to the same address. Please note that if you qualified either for an MA or an exit award from the MA, we have already sent your transcript and certificate to you. If you have any queries about this, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing you at Graduation next year!
Norwich University of the Arts Graduation
Our graduation is a day of celebration for hundreds of creative talents who have completed their studies at the Norwich University of the Arts.
More than 500 students will gather with family and friends at St Andrew’s Hall for graduation ceremonies that will mark the culmination of years of study and achievement.
They will receive their degrees from Oscar-nominated actor Sir John Hurt, the university’s chancellor, who is fighting pancreatic cancer.
The students will be joined by three esteemed individuals from the creative industries.
Sir Michael Hopkins, one of the leading figures in British architecture, Graham Creelman, filmmaker and former managing director of Anglia TV, and Sandy Nairne, former director of the National Portrait Gallery, will be honoured at the ceremonies.