We rely on the support of teachers and advisers to help keep prospective students up to date with the latest higher education news.
To help with this, we’ve put together some FAQS below. These are updated regularly when there are important updates to share.
If any of your questions aren’t answered, please get in touch with the team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We deliver a range of talks and activities for selected partner school and colleges (email us on email@example.com to find out if we work with your institution). We also offer webinars and taster lectures that are open to everyone.
When visiting in person, we will of course follow any COVID measures you have in place to ensure the safety of you and your students. We're also able to deliver virtually if your school/college isn't in a position to accept outside guests.
The best place to start is with our admissions team. Drop them a line at firstname.lastname@example.org or chat online Monday to Friday.
We know the Higher Education sector can be ever changing, which is why we're pleased to offer workshops for you and your colleagues on how to support your students through the UCAS process, as well as workshops on what universities are looking for in references.
We also have a monthly podcast, which is a convenient way to keep up to date with Higher Education news and events. These are available throughout the year, culminating in our annual conference for teachers, Nurturing Bright Futures. Keep an eye on our webpage for further details.
At UEA, we believe that everyone should have access to a quality education, regardless of their financial circumstances. We have a range of scholarships and additional funding options for UK, EU and International students. Bursaries are also available for UK students.
We accept a wide range of qualifications. All of our courses have an entry requirements tab and you can check these by using our course search. If students have any queries, our admissions team will be able to provide advise tailored to their specific requirements.
Absolutely - find blogs, videos, worksheets and infographics in our Resource Centre. Filter it by audience and year group to see resources covering all aspects of higher education.
There's resources for teachers, advisers, young people, parents and carers so please do share the link far and wide. We'll be adding to it all the time so why not bookmark it for easy finding in the coming weeks?