Norwich is a city in Norfolk, England, located on the River Wenum. The population of Norwich contains around 210,000 people. Norwich was named the first City of Literature by UNESCO in 2012. There are about 40 primary schools and 13 secondary schools in Norwich and around ten independent schools. Five special schools are also in Norwich and there are five academies, including the Notre Dame High School, Open Academy and The Hewett Academy. Norwich has two universities; the University of East Anglia and the Norwich University of the Arts. The overall population of these universities is about 15,000 students, most of which come from overseas countries.
The University of East Anglia was founded in 1963 and is located around the outskirts of Norwich. It is most famous for its creative writing programs and it’s Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts which contains many important artworks. The Norwich University of the Arts was originally the Norwich School of Design, founded in 1845. It was created by a range of different artists and followers to provide the local industry with more designers and artists. It achieved the status of ‘university’ in 2013 after being a specialist arts college for many years.
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