Life at UEA is exciting and we want young people to experience it.
Summer Schools provide residential opportunities for students to explore the University.
The University has over a decade of experience in running Summer Schools, welcoming thousands of students to the campus. Summer Schools are a fantastic experience for your child to experience university life in a safe residential environment. We run a variety of different summer schools for students in year 9-12.
Year 11-12 Enrichment summer schools - support academic and skills development, with a chance to stay in student accommodation and study in our state of the art facilities, taking part in a range of hands-on activities.
Year 9-11 University summer schools - aspiration-raising events filled with fun and informative sessions including academic tasters, sports workshops and social activities for Norfolk and Suffolk students in years 9-11.
All summer schools include the opportunity to meet current students, our student ambassadors, who are trained to work with young people and on residential events. We take our responsibility for the welfare of your child whilst they are staying with us seriously. All events are run according to the principals of our safeguarding policy, have qualified first aiders on call and are risk assessed. All core residential staff and our ambassadors undergo safeguarding training and have undertaken a criminal record check at Enhanced level from the Disclosure and Barring Service.