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Research Standards

Norwich University of the Arts has a responsibility for ensuring that the research conducted by its staff and students maintains the highest possible standards of integrity, is conducted in accordance with the law and is consistent with best practice.

The University is strongly committed to fulfilling the principles of the Concordat to Support Research Integrity (2019) to create a framework for responsible research conduct and governance.

  • We are committed to upholding the highest standards of rigour and integrity in all aspects of research.
  • We are committed to ensuring that research is conducted according to appropriate ethical, legal and professional frameworks, obligations and standards.
  • We are committed to supporting a research environment that is underpinned by a culture of integrity and based on good governance, best practice and support for the development of researchers.
  • We are committed to using transparent, timely, robust and fair processes to deal with allegations of research misconduct when they arise.
  • We are committed to working together to strengthen the integrity of research and to reviewing progress regularly and openly.

University Research Committee oversees the integrity of the University’s research on behalf of University Senate and the University Council.

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Beyond the Frame 2024 winners announced

Winners announced in two age group categories, 11-15 and 16-19, and three theme categories, ‘People’, ‘Places’ and ‘Things’.
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Postgraduate Open Day Thursday 11 July

11 July 2024 | 5.00pm to 6.30pm | Duke Street Master your creative practice
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Theo Galvin is an Architecture MArch student who works towards a provocative experimental style of architectural design, related to socio-political issues, specifically around the topic of waste disposal, perception and reuse. Theo talks to us about his opportunity with The AA Taiwan School Fellowship Programme 2023: Urbanity from the Ocean.
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