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Looking to join us in 2023?
Despite passing the UCAS equal consideration deadline (that’s 15 October for medicine courses and 25 Jan 2023 for all other courses) it’s not too late to join us in September 2023!
You can apply through UCAS up to 30 June 2023 for any of our courses except medicine. After this date your application will automatically be considered as a Clearing application.
If you haven't yet started your UCAS application, you will need to register in the UCAS Hub.
If you’re applying as an international student, visit our further information section.
Can I use UCAS Extra?
If you have already submitted five choices on your UCAS application and are unsuccessful, or you choose to decline all the offers you receive, you will be able to make an additional choice through UCAS Extra.
Find out more about how to apply using UCAS Extra.
If you do not hold any offers after 5 July, you can apply through UCAS Clearing. If you would like to join us through Clearing, we’ll be publishing our vacancies in early June. We’ll provide next steps and guide you through the process nearer the time.
View Clearing 2023 information
September 2024 Entry
If you are looking to join us in September 2024, your application should be with us by 16 October for Medicine courses and 31 January 2024 for all other courses.
This is called the equal consideration deadlines, which means that all applications received by this date will be considered equally.
How to Apply
All applications for full-time undergraduate courses at UEA must be made through UCAS (the UK's universities and colleges admissions service), regardless of whether you are applying from the UK or from overseas.
You can find out more about application dates on the UCAS website.
What happens next
You can find out more about the process post application by visiting our post application page.
Keep in touch with UEA
After you have submitted your application to UEA we will mainly keep in touch with you by email, so please check your emails regularly (and if you don’t hear anything from us, please check your junk mailbox).
If your email address changes after you have submitted your application, please update it through UCAS, and UCAS will then pass on the update to us.
It is also important that you regularly check your UCAS account to follow the progress of your application.
If you want to keep up to date on what's happening at the UEA sign up to receive our helpful emails.
Personal statements - some hints and tips
If you are yet to make your mind up about which course(s) to apply for, or if you would like some tips for your personal statement, take a look at our helpful information about things to consider when applying to university.
Our Admissions statement and policies are available for you to view online:
Admissions Statement & Policies
Contextual admissions means that we use additional information to understand and recognise your potential to succeed at UEA. Using this insight, we could provide you with an offer with reduced entry requirements to study at UEA.