Here’s Your Invitation to UEA’s Postgraduate Open Events
Thinking about studying for your Master’s degree?
Whether you want to develop your specialist knowledge, or diversify your expertise to widen your career choices, sign up to one of UEA’s Postgraduate Open Events to help you evaluate your options.
You’ll be able to meet and chat with current students and academics, and gain expert advice on the application process and funding opportunities for your subject area of interest.
• Wednesday 29 January 2020
• Wednesday 18 March 2020
With a reputation for world-leading research, dedicated teaching that challenges you to reach your full potential and supportive funding, such as exclusive UEA Alumni 50% tuition fee-reduction scholarships - there are some excellent opportunities to take your learning further with UEA.
Whatever you love, go further. Book your place today.
Have a question? UEA’s Admissions Team are here to help:
Tel 01603 591515
Postgraduate Open Event – 30 Jan
Are you thinking about studying for your Master’s or Research degree? Register today to find out more at UEA’s Postgraduate Open Event on Wednesday 30 January. At the event you’ll be able to meet and talk with current students and academics, and gain expert advice on the application process and funding opportunities for your subject area of interest.
A Master’s or Research degree can provide you with an enhanced professional skillset and experience to help you stand out in a highly competitive job market. And with a reputation for world-leading research, dedicated teaching that challenges you to reach your full potential and supportive funding, such as fee-reduction scholarships - there are some excellent opportunities to take your learning further with UEA. Whatever you love, go further. Book your place today.
Have a question? UEA’s Admissions Team are here to help: Email firstname.lastname@example.org Tel 01603 591515
Language Rights as Human Rights
Professor Jo Drugan will give the David Roberts memorial lecture for the Norwich and Norfolk branch of the United Nations Association
Saturday 13 October at the Forum
Free to attend
11 am -12:30 pm
Love Languages Day
SATURDAY 19 MAY 2018, 10AM-3.30PM
AT THE FORUM, NORWICH
Ever thought of learning another language? What’s the best language for you to learn? Come and visit our LOVE LANGUAGES DAY event!
Open to all and free entry.
For full details please see here.
This series of talks by external speakers deals with a range of topics relevant to people interested in language issues and intercultural communication in France, Spain, Latin America and the rest of the world. Find out more.
Voices From Greece
Cinéclub Film Screenings
The Cinéclub film series includes a selection of French, Japanese and Spanish films, subtitled in English. All Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies students welcome. Admission is free.
The Nikkei Telecom Japanese Speech Contest 2017
Finalists from UEA's 4th year Japanese Language department will present speeches inspired by material from the Nikkei Telecom database. View the poster
Norwich – City of Interculture
Norwich – City of Interculture celebrates the partnership between the UEA, its local host community, and communities beyond by bringing together representatives of all parties to share their perspectives on the challenges of communication across and between languages and cultures.
Find out more.
French Theatre at UEA
Annual productions by Sacré Théâtre.
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In Other Words: Language and Communication Studies Talks
This series consists of research seminars, workshops and public lectures, taking place every Thursday, 1-2pm in the Elizabeth Fry Building 01.05.
All are welcome to attend. The next seminars will be running in February 2017. Series programme
Research and Engagement Seminars
This series of seminars is one strand of our Norwich - City of Interculture project and is an initiative focused on issues of intercultural competence that are intended to bring together researchers and practitioners with the aim of increasing understanding of each other's perspectives on intercultural issues and, therefore, creating opportunities for collaboration.
Find out more.
This series provides an opportunity for UEA colleagues and students to attend presentations focused on issues of cross-cultural communication and translation studies, the two main areas of research in LCS. Seminars also aim to connect with guests from the local community who can offer valuable perspectives, thus widening the impact of the research while, at the same time, contributing to the development of the research itself.
Find out more.