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Library and Study Skills

You’ll find everything you need to take your studies further in the Norwich University of the Arts Library.

It features an extensive collection of books, journals, specialist databases and online resources. It houses approximately 38,000 printed volumes, mainly devoted to arts, design, architecture and media.

General support is available during Library opening hours via the first-floor helpdesk and Library staff office.

Computers in the Library

The Library has a mix of PCs and Macs, with more Macs available for use in the adjacent Mac Room. The Duke Street building is Wi-Fi enabled, so you’re welcome to use your own laptop.

Study Skills support

Looking for some extra help with your studies?

Our Study Skills service is here to support both undergraduate and postgraduate students.

We’ve got you covered when it comes to important areas like managing your time, reflecting on your practice, and writing essays.

Accessing support is super easy! You can schedule tutorials, join our informative group workshops, attend a drop-in session, or explore our extensive collection of online resources.

Book a study skills tutorial (opens in a new window)

Out of hours study space

At Norwich, we have a variety of spaces across the campus that serve as ideal study locations and feed into our ethos of ‘We work anywhere’. Whether you choose the Library or one of our open access spaces, including the White Space in St Georges, the Duke Street foyer or Duke Street Riverside, there is always somewhere for students to study independently and collaboratively.


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