Norwich University of the Arts has a policy of strengthening and extending its present participation in European student exchanges and links and in facilitating student mobility. Partnership exchange schemes are in operation with a range of European academies and it is the University’s aim to continue to develop the network of art and design colleges in the European Community.
NUA holds a current Erasmus Charter which means that students can benefit from an accredited period of study abroad as part of their degree. Students can take between 3 months and 1 year of their course in a European study destination as part of the British Council Erasmus programme, and each year there are a number of opportunities for students to undertake exchanges to approved European partner universities with the benefit of Erasmus funding support.
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