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Norwich is a city in England, located in the eastern country of Norfolk. Situated near to a range of popular and attractive tourist destinations, Norwhich is also an important regional education hub, with two universities and around resident 15,000 students.
Historically, Norwich was an administrative centre and economic hub rivalling London. It became particularly prominent following the Norman Conquest in the eleventh century and its famous castle and cathedral both date from this period.
During the industrial revolution Norwich developed into an important hub for the textile industry, having been the focus of the Norfolk wool trade for many centuries. Today the city retains a significant manufacturing sector, but has also drawn increasing science and research investment, building on the knowledge economy generated by its universities.
Whilst studying a Masters in Norwich you'll live in one of England's most popular tourist cities, surrounded by important local and national heritage sites.
Norwich is home to a number of high profile entertainment venues and boasts a busy nightlife and club culture. It can also lay claim to having hosted the world's first arts festival, over 300 years ago and is now one of England's UNESCO Cities of Literature.
Beyond Norwich itself lies the opportunity to visit the many natural attractions and resort towns of the scenic East Anglian coast or the nearby Norfolk broads river and canal network.
The first of Norwich's higher education institutions to receive university status was the University of East Anglia (UEA), established in 1963. UEA is usually ranked in the top 200-250 universities worldwide and performs particularly well in comparisons of universities under 50 years old.
Norwich's other university, the Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) can trace its founding to 1845, but became a fully independent degree-awarding institution in 2007 and a full university in 2013. It offers a range of postgraduate programmes in art and design subject areas.
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As you grow your expertise in critical aspects of communication design you’ll have the chance to explore areas including graphic design, graphic communication, illustration, information design, interactive communication, multimedia and typography. Read more
Exploring the idea of “exhibition” in its broadest sense across the field of contemporary art, you’ll engage with gallery-based exhibitions and projects in non-traditional venues, site-specific interventions and public art projects. Read more
The Doctor of Education (EdD) at the University of East Anglia is a part-time course designed to encourage professionals to construct their own programme of research building towards a significant piece of work in 5 years. . Read more
As a postgraduate student at NUA you’ll collaborate with likeminded peers and be guided by subject specialist staff. You’ll enjoy interdisciplinary sessions with students from across our range of MA courses as you work towards your ambition of a career in the games industry or wider creative sector. Read more
The LLM International Commercial and Business Law degree offers those who already have or who want a career in the practice of international commercial law (whether in private practice, with a government or international organisation, or in a corporate or financing environment) one of the widest selections of subjects (modules) offered by any law school in the UK. Read more