New College building
In the autumn of 2012 the construction of the new building of Narva College on the territory of the Old Town in close vicinity to the Town Hall was completed. Building the new College premises in the Old Town is an honour and a challenge as the exterior appearance of the new building should fit into the environment and emphasise the honorable building of the Town Hall. The responsibility is made greater by the fact that the Town Hall is one of the few buildings that have remained in its original appearance from the baroque Old Town of Narva which was almost entirely destroyed during World War II. In order for the new building of the College and the old one of the Town Hall to match, Narva College organized numerous seminars, conferences and held discussions in cooperation with Narva City, the National Heritage Board and the target institution Pro Narva. The architectural exterior appearance of the new building is acknowledged in literature on architecture both in Estonia and Europe.
Although the new building is important in the further development of Narva College, more important are people who are to study and work in the building. The main focus in constructing of the building is on the present and future students of the College. The modern study environment is undoubtedly important in the light of international cooperation. We hope that the convenient environment is a pleasant surprise for our present and future partners. Exchange students, visiting lecturers and all other guests are welcome in our building!