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    Located in Norfolk, Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) is a public university in Norwich, UK. The city is home to two world-class universities one being NUA and the other the University of East Anglia. NUA is smaller of the two universities and its city centre campus is dedicated to art, design and media. NUA was although founded as Norwich School of Design in 1845 and has a long history of arts education before gaining full university status in 2013. The university is great as it offers students an opportunity to develop essential skills from traditional craft, and contemporary digital design to print and production techniques. It has more than 2,000 students who have come from almost 100 different countries across the globe. 

    Student life
    Norwich is a wonderful place which feels quite medieval, with old-fashioned architecture, much like Cambridge. There is a huge market place in the centre of the town from where you can get food and supplies for university projects. Norwich is a beautiful city steeped in history. It has a fabulous literary hub, being one of only eleven Unesco Cities of Literature across the globe. There are also many places to visit for students like Norman castle, two cathedrals, and plenty of medieval buildings. The city has a thriving nightlife not as great as the ‘big guns’ like Manchester and London, but still has a decent range of clubs that more than cater to most students’ needs. 

    Student accommodation near Norwich University of the Arts
    A large number of students come to this city to study in its top universities and live either in on-campus student hall or in private student accommodation near Norwich University of the Arts. Since the university-owned student housings are limited in number, there is a huge demand for private student homes. These private accommodations are a good option for staying as they are especially useful for international students who make up for most of the student population. These student accommodation near Norwich University of the Arts are well-built with modern interiors and plenty of amenities. All the residences are verified and come with security features that include 24/7 CCTV surveillance and secure fob entry. 

    What are the types of student room?
    These are contemporary-built accommodation known as Purpose-Built Student Accommodation(PBSA). They are called so because they are built specifically for students keeping in mind their needs and comfort. They offer a wide range of room types such as student studio, student flats, en-suite and shared rooms in an apartment, and more. The studios are for students who like more privacy and are ready to shell some extra money whereas the en-suite rooms are great if you enjoy the company of others or accompanying with some friends. All the types of rooms are fully-furnished and offer great comfort. 

    Where are the student homes located?
    You can find most of these PBSA located at a walking distance from the university campus which will keep students close to their study campus so that they have a hassle-free commute and also have ample recreational time. There are bus stops and train stations also located nearby which makes travelling quite convenient and pocket friendly. Crown Place is one such student housing Norwich which is just an 11-minutes’ walk away from Norwich University of the Arts.