Francis House, 3-7 Redwell Street Norwich NR2 4SN UK +44 (0)1603 610561
  • Established 1845
  • Location Norwich, Norfolk, UK
  • Nickname NUCA
  • Principal Professor John Last
  • Type Public
  • Vice principal
Norwich University College of the Arts (commonly NUCA) is a higher education specialist art, design and media university college, based on a single site in the centre of Norwich, in the United Kingdom. The history of Norwich University College of the Arts dates back to 1845 when the Norwich School of Design was established to provide designers for local industries. Its founders were the artists and followers of the 'Norwich School of Painters', the only provincial British group to establish an international reputation for landscape painting.
Undergraduate courses:
Film and Moving Image Production
Fine Art
Games Art and Design
Graphic Communication
Graphic Design

Postgraduate courses:
MA Communication Design
MA Curation
MA Fashion
MA Fine Art
MA Moving Image and Sound
MA Professional Photography
MA Textile Design
The University College is located in Norwich city centre. Francis House which is located on Redwell Street is the main reception for NUCA, while the academic buildings are a 2 minute walk from this point which offering a large Mac and Windows suite, A1 style printing rooms, animation studios, professional sound booths and academic studios. There are 2 areas of accommodation for first year students: the Beechcroft complex off Sprowston Road; and Harvard Court. The West Garth building houses the SU bar, a student staffed bar. This bar often allows submissions by students to have their work displayed on the walls. The past year saw a very large mural on display, designed and executed by InFlow Designs. The SU bar offers a range of sandwiches, home baked cakes and the usual soft and alcoholic drinks.