Eiki

Hi everyone! I’m Eiki, and I’m the International Ambassador for Japan.

I am currently studying MA Globalisation, Business and Sustainable Development. I chose this course because UEA is well-known for having great curriculums for climate change and international development. The school of International Development comprises courses like Impact Evaluation, Development Economics, and Climate Change, to mention a few. Their subject matter is to understand economies, from analysing issues like poverty to inequality and creating policy recommendations through research studies. My course, Globalisation, Business and Sustainable Development provides a wide range of modules, including the international business aspect. In addition, modules are full of interactive discussions with students from various backgrounds, which is a great chance to expand your horizons.

UEA provides an excellent environment for students. For postgraduate students, there is a designated study space in the library and the Scholar’s bar, which is a bar only accessible to postgraduate students. As for extra curriculum activities, student unions provide a variety of activities and services, including a whole range of societies and clubs. For example, I joined UEA Day Walks Society and enjoyed visiting Norfolk’s stunning National Heritage sites and exploring a variety of terrains, including forests and beaches.

As for career support, UEA has a supportive careers service centre which helps students apply for their first job, help with a career change or support students’ further study destination. In addition, we can get help with writing CVs or exploring companies from professional Careers Advisers, online resources, events and more, both on campus and online.

UEA is in the heart of Norwich. This small city in the east of England is safe and quiet, but what I find interesting the most are its people. They are welcoming, respectful, and willing to engage in any conversation. Norwich marketplace is also one of my favourite places in Norwich, where you can find street foods from many countries. Norwich is a great place to concentrate on studying and enjoy student life.

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はじめまして。イーストアングリア大学の日本人アンバサダーの長安 瑛希と申します。

私はイーストアングリア大学の大学院で国際開発学を学んでおり、MA Globalisation, Business and Sustainable Developmentのコースを専攻しています。イーストアングリア大学は気候変動問題や国際開発学に関する素晴らしいカリキュラムがあることで有名で、自分の専門分野をより深く学びたいと考えてこのコースを選びました。

国際開発学の授業では、国内外の貧困・格差問題の分析から、調査に基づく政策提言の策定など様々な分野で社会経済の研究をしています。

私が専攻するGlobalisation, Business and Sustainable Developmentのコースでは、グローバルビジネスの観点を交えた国際開発学を勉強しています。授業においては幅広いバックグラウンドを持つ学生とディスカッションをする機会が多く、自身の視野を広げる貴重な機会となっています。

 

イーストアングリア大学は自然豊かな場所にあり、24時間利用可能な図書館や大学院生専用のバー、様々な国の料理が食べられる食堂など非常に過ごしやすい環境が揃っています。課外活動においては日本でいうサークルや部活動が数多くあり、私もDayWalkSocietyというサークルに所属しイギリスの自然豊かな国立公園や森林公園にサークルメンバーとハイキングを楽しんでいます。

 

また、大学にはキャリアサービスセンターがあり、学生の就職活動や進路相談をサポートしています。キャリアサービスセンターにはプロのキャリアアドバイザーが在籍しており、履歴書の書き方や企業探しのサポートなど留学生にも手厚いサポートを提供しています。

 

大学はイングランド東部のノーリッチという街にあります。ノーリッチは自然豊かで治安が良いことで有名ですが、個人的にはノーリッチに住む人々は非常に明るく社交的な人が多いなと思っています。中世の街並みが残る市街地には観光名所の大聖堂や世界中のストリートフードを食べられるマーケットがあり、学生生活を楽しむには最適な場所です

Accepted qualifications

  • Those holding one of the following qualifications will be considered for direct entry to undergraduate study(Bachelor degree programmes): 

    • Kotogakko Sotsugyo Shomeisho (Upper Secondary School Leaving Certificate) with a recognised foundation/bridging qualification 
    • International Baccalaureate Diploma with a minimum 32 - 35 points (depending on course) 
    • British 'A' levels with a minimum BBC-ABB (depending on course) 
    • Junior College 2 and 3 year diploma 
    • College of Technology 5 year programme diploma 
  • Holders of a good Bachelor degree will be considered for entry to postgraduate study (Masters degree programmes)

    Entrance to Master Degree programmes will be assessed on the overall GPA from undergraduate study.  Holders of a degree from a Japanese University with a GPA from 2.6 / 75% will be considered for postgraduate study. The exact requirement will vary depending on the previous university and the course applied for. UEA will also take into account your personal statement and references, and if you have work experience please include a CV in your application. If you would like to discuss if your qualification meets our requirement, please contact us to ask

  • All applicants to the University of East Anglia must be able to demonstrate an acceptable level of English language before they can be admitted onto any course or programme.

    The below are guidelines only.  Please be sure to check requirements for your specific course.

    Undergraduate:

    Test Score
    IELTS* 6.0 overall with minimum of 5.5 in each component

     

    Postgraduate:

    Test Score
    IELTS* 6.0 overall with minimum of 5.5 in only two components and 6.0 in the others

     

    *We also accept a wide range of other English language qualifications, such as TOEFL, Duolingo and Pearson, as listed here.

    *Those not meeting the above English language requirements are encouraged to consider and English Language programme at INTO UEA in preparation for our degree courses.

UEA’s Special Relationship with Japan:

Partnerships, degree options and student exchange programmes

UEA has had a special relationship with Japan for many years. Each year UEA welcomes Japanese students on a range of Undergraduate, Postgraduate, INTO UEA and Study Abroad Programmes. UEA has always been a popular choice for students from Japan, it is in the top 10 for Japanese students enrolment numbers amongst all UK Universities (British Council HESA data 2018/2019).

We have partnerships with over 18 leading universities in Japan including Meiji University, Okayama University, Osaka University, Hokkaido University and Kyoto University. We conduct joint research with our partners in Japan, and we have set up a range of study abroad opportunities for Japanese and UK based students.

UEA offers a BA in Modern Languages where Japanese is a popular language option. At postgraduate level we offer an MA in Interdisciplinary Japanese Studies, in this course world-leading experts in Japanese Studies work with you to discover Japan’s art, literature, history, and politics. UEA’s Centre for Japanese Studies also usually offers short term Summer Programmes.

 

UK’s leading research centre for the study of Japanese arts, media, and visual cultures

Norwich is the home of the UK’s leading research centre for the study of Japanese arts, media, and visual cultures. Since 1999, the Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures (SISJAC) has been developing and sharing its world-class research. In May 2011, the University of East Anglia established a new Centre for Japanese Studies (CJS) with the Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures. Located within the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities at UEA, the Centre for Japanese Studies fosters Japan-related teaching and research at the University.

 

 

 

Japanese community on campus and UEA Alumni Association Japan

Our popular UEA Japan Society promotes Japanese culture as well as language and cultural exchange. If you chose to study at UEA, you are sure to be welcomed into a vibrant community on campus. Once graduating from UEA you will also be able to join our long running UEA Alumni Association Japan. Since 1995 our UEA Alumni Association Japan has offered support, networking and social activities to graduates of UEA. Each September the association hosts the ‘UEA Global Gathering’ in Tokyo and Osaka or Kyoto giving graduates the chance to meet either other, share their stories from Norwich and discuss future plans. 

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 International Office Staff for Japan:

  Tim Hubbard - Regional Manager

     Location: Norwich, UK

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