The University of East Anglia (UEA) is a campus based university with a student population of 15,000 and is home to more than 4000 International and EU students from over 120 countries.
You can meet us in person at events around the world and in the UK. We also host online events during the year where you can meet our staff and students. Register your interest to receive notifications of these online events.
We hope you find the information on our pages helpful but please contact us with any further queries you may have.
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Brunei Student Ambassador
Hey! I’m Karen Lee and I’m currently a third year English Literature and Drama student in UEA. I am also the Student Ambassador for Brunei which means I’m the person to talk to/ look for if you’re having any difficulties or troubles. I chose UEA for its excellence in my course. The drama course here is ranked second in the UK and the combined degree allows me to be flexible with my modules. As a fellow Bruneian student, I understand how rankings tend to play a fairly big part in choosing a university. Well, UEA is in the top 15 universities in the UK and just recently has made it into the top 150 universities in the world.
When I first arrived UEA, it reminded me very much of Brunei with its green scenery and peaceful atmosphere. Norwich itself is an extremely safe city, in fact one of the safest city in the UK! Living in a safe place is definitely a standout point for me when it comes to choosing my university. UEA is a campus based university and hence all the different ‘schools’ are at one place. I prefer a campus university as I think it really promotes a sense of community as you’ll be able to meet students from other schools. In addition, everything you need for university is easily obtainable on campus ranging from stationery to laundry and meals.
UEA has a great support system for the students studying here. They have workshops every now and then to help with students struggling to write academic essays. At the same time, each student is assigned a tutor that will help with any problems. Not only that, the Teaching Office, Dean’ of Student’s office will all be able to help with students in need.
There is a plethora of societies that students can join in the university, from sports to cultural societies. I find that joining societies is a great way to meet more people and learn some new things. As a fitness enthusiast, I find that the Sportspark is a remarkable indoor sports centre with excellent facilities at hand such as the Olympic sized pool and a well-furnished gym.
In my first year, I stayed at a university accommodation which I fully recommend everyone to do so. Living on campus meant that it was extremely easy getting to classes. Going to university for the first time in a foreign country can feel very daunting to many and personally speaking, staying on campus and meeting other fellow first years will really ease the process of settling down. At the same time, being on campus meant that I didn’t have to deal with sorting out utilities bills like one normally would have to, if living off campus.
The city of Norwich is a great city to live in. Many indie cafes and shops line the alleyways of Norwich. I find that the city is a fusion of Old England and Modern England. The Norwich castle has been around since medieval times and the cathedral is over 900 years old. However, Norwich also has its share of modern malls and shops which makes it a great place to dine and shop as well as appreciate its rich history.
All in all, my two years in UEA has been amazing and already I am feeling sad that I only have a year left here. UEA and Norwich has a lot to offer to the students and I can’t imagine studying elsewhere.
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If you are planning a trip to the UK, why not come and pay us a visit?
The University offers Visit Days and Campus Tours throughout the year. Our tours are geared towards giving international visitors the opportunity to experience our unique surroundings and first-class facilities. Have a look at Campus Views to get a feel for the campus.
Applicants from Chinese schools with one year post 'O' level qualifications will be considered for entry to the University's one year foundation course.
Holders of Cambridge 'A' levels and Brunei Matriculation Examination Certificate will be considered for direct admission to Bachelor degree courses.
Holders of the International Baccalaureate Diploma with a minimum 32 - 35 points, or 'A' levels obtained in Brunei, will be considered for direct admission to Bachelor degree programmes. Details of the required 'A' level subjects for each course and the grades required, can be found in the Undergraduate Prospectus.
Holders of BTEC validated diplomas from Institut Teknologi Brunei and other local colleges, will be considered for direct entry to Bachelor degree courses.
Holders of a good Honours degree will be considered for postgraduate study.
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.
Undergraduate - English Language Requirements
Postgraduate Taught and Research - English Language Requirements
Academic English Assistance
For those not meeting the above academic and/or English language requirements for direct entry, INTO University of East Anglia offers a wide range of Academic Preparation and English Language Programmes designed to assist applicants enter UEA degree courses.
UEA works with partners around the world to promote our programmes and provide a service to students applying to the University. These partners have been carefully selected and we provide regular training to ensure that UEA is accurately represented and that the applicant experience is good. If you are unhappy with an aspect of your applicant experience, please contact us.
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My name is Amilin Omar and I am currently studying Business Management in UEA. I am a third year student under the Norwich Business School (NBS) and this university provides a wide range of courses for undergraduates and postgraduates.
The first element that made me decide when choosing this university was its campus environment. It was very convenient for me to get to lectures and seminars, as the buildings are located in one big campus. UEA is a campus-based university and I was impressed with its amazing facilities available to the students. UEA is ranked in the top 20 on The Times Good University Guide 2012 and this shows that UEA has one of the best teaching qualities in the UK. The student union in UEA plays a big role as it provides support to students and helps you settle in the university quickly.
Student facilities such as banks, bookstore and restaurants are available for students on the campus itself. This makes the lives of students much more convenient as they are just within walking distances. The selection of books in the 6-floor library is amazing and exceeds your expectation.
UEA is located in Norwich, the capital city of the Norfolk County, which is less than a two-hour train ride from London. The train tickets are affordable which makes it convenient for students to travel around. Norwich is a beautiful place to live in and UEA is only a 15-minute bus ride from the city centre. Based on personal experience, the shopping and living experience here are remarkable.
Settling in UEA may not be easy especially when coming far away from home, but with the help and support of fellow friends and tutor advisors, it will make your experience in UEA an excellent one. Living on-campus in your first year will be a good experience, as you will get to make new friends from all over the world. Staying in the various types of on-campus accommodation will provide you with free, unlimited broadband access, which you do not have to worry about when coming here.
UEA has a very welcoming environment and studying here was one of the best decisions I have made.
Hello! I am Mohammed, a third year undergraduate student studying Pharmaceutical Science at UEA. I know it is difficult to choose the "perfect university that suits you" but I am here to tell you that UEA has everything you'll ever need. From UEA's excellent reputation for its teaching and academic support to its amazing social life, that is why I chose to study at UEA. Since then I never looked back, it was one of the best decisions I have made.
UEA has an amazing campus. I love the sport facilities that UEA provides. The Sportspark, the biggest indoor sports centre in the UK which has an Olympic-sized pool, wall climbing, athletics track, football pitches, gymnasium and a wide range of sports and leisure activities. The UEA has its own beautiful lake where you can organise a barbecue during the summer. It also has the world famous Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts. All the facilities a student requires are available on the campus such as shops, cafes, bank, bookshop and post office. One of the campus' unique features is the square, it is an outdoor meeting place for students to socialise and relax.
Being a student at UEA, I find that university life can be fun and productive. I personally like how UEA runs its teaching system. Here at UEA, you will get endless academic support from your lecturers and personal advisers as long as you seek help from them. The teaching staffs at UEA are very friendly and dedicated. They always show enthusiasm when they are presenting lectures. There will always be live interactions between lecturers and students during lectures, seminars and workshops. UEA also has the best sources of information, books and journals available in the Library which is open 24 hours a day.
Apart from academic work, my life in UEA is quite exciting. I lived on campus on my first year and it was one of the many great experiences to have. I got the chance to make new friends from different parts of the world and learned a little bit about their respective cultures. Here at UEA, the people are very friendly. It is recommended for first year students to live on campus as it will help you to explore the university and understand better on how the campus works. Living on-campus will give you easy access to the UEA facilities and it is all bills inclusive as UEA provides affordable accommodation that will fulfil your needs.
UEA is located in the historic city of Norwich. Norwich itself is ranked amongst the safest place in the UK with a very friendly atmosphere. The fine city of Norwich combines heritage charm with 21st century attitude. There are a lot of places to visit in the city, one great example is the Norwich Castle. The city also offers shopping centres, cinemas and restaurants. The city is just 20 minutes away from campus by bus.
I have had great experiences here for the past two years, all I can say is that I really enjoy studying at UEA so far and I am sure that there is still plenty of interesting things to come in the near future.
Hello! My name is Samantha. UEA is a wonderful place to study, whether you are doing an undergraduate or postgraduate program and it provides a range of courses such as Economics, Pharmacy, Environmental Sciences, Education and much more.
UEA is still in the top 30 universities in the UK and it has one of the best teaching qualities in the whole of the UK. Here at UEA, you'd experience a whole new side of teaching where you get to converse more and be more active in interacting, not only with other students but also with your lecturers and personal tutors. The learning experience will not be wasted as you'd definitely enjoy the interactions in lectures and seminars. If you are the individual sort of person, don't worry as your personal tutors are there to help you!
The UEA campus is not very big. However, the facilities that UEA offers exceeds you expectations. I had never knew that UEA was such as beautiful university to study. Depending on what sort of interests do you have, UEA definitely has a place for you!
The library provides the best books and research materials for students to use and for me, the library is my second home! The UEA sports centre is one of the best sports centre in the UK as it provides almost every sports you can think of, including rock climbing, aerobics and archery. The square, which is located in the heart of UEA, is a place where students socialise with each other.
As you know, UEA is located in Norwich. Norwich is a city full of surprises. You'd get almost everything in Norwich. Shopping is one of the main attractions in Norwich as you'd be able to find almost everything that you need. Not to forget, Norwich is only 2 hours away from London and the train fare is very cheap compared to other places.
You might not feel at ease when you first come to UEA, but trust me, you'll love UEA when you are here. The people here are not only friendly but also very helpful. You can discuss your problems with them, whether it concerns your studies or daily lives. Staying on campus gives you the first priority as a student; it'll be very easy for you to access the facilities that UEA provides you. You do not have to worry about bills and fees, and you get unlimited access.
Hello! I am Liyana, an undergraduate student in third year of studying Media and Politics as well as the present International Student Ambassador representing the country of Brunei at UEA. I chose UEA because it was my first pick out of a bowl of universities that offer a course that I was looking for that is in the field of media along with politics. When I was born television was the cutting-edge medium, films and shows have been influential throughout my life like growing up, my sense of humor was shaped by The Simpsons series and Adam Saddler movies. It is a vehicle to express one’s ideologies, politics and philosophies. For these reasons, I wanted to understand in depth the way in which media is produced and consumed with the right studies and guidance of a faculty at university level. UEA shows a quality of value with admirable reputation from its teaching and academic support to its fantastic social life that make me decide to study at UEA.
UEA is a great, campus based university. I fell in love instantly with its modern, vibrant and the uniqueness of the university. I enjoy fitness especially the sport facilities offer by UEA. The Sportspark, is the biggest indoor sports centre in the UK which has an Olympic-sized pool, wall climbing, athletics track, football pitches, gymnasium and a wide range of sports and leisure activities. UEA has its own beautiful lake where you can organize a barbecue during the summer. It also has the world famous Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts. The university is ideal where you can find all facilities a student requires such as shops, food outlets, bank, bookshop, post office and every week, night life Tuesdays and Saturdays at LCR are always a hit. It is all very convenient as everything is within walking distance. One of the unique features in campus is “the square”, it is an outdoor meeting place for students to socialize and relax.
As a student, I discover that studying at UEA is a unique opportunity. Perhaps the most obvious opportunities are academic. I love how UEA runs its teaching system. At UEA, you will get never-ending academic support from lecturers and personal advisers as long as you ask for help from them. The teaching staffs at UEA are very friendly and passionate. They always show enthusiasm when they are presenting lectures. There will always be live interactions between lecturers and students during lectures, seminars and workshops. UEA also has the best sources of information, books and journals available in the Library in which is open 24 hours a day.
Apart from academic, my life in UEA is exciting. On my first year, I stayed in university accommodation and was many of the great experiences to have that lead me to make new friends from different parts of the world and learned about their respective cultures. It is unquestionable that one of the best attributes about UEA is the people (local or international) – they are incredibly warm and open. It is strongly recommended for first year students to live on campus as it will help you to explore the university and understand better on how the campus works. Living on-campus will give you easy access to the UEA facilities and it is all bills inclusive as UEA provides affordable accommodation that will fulfill your needs.
UEA is positioned in the historic city of Norwich. Norwich is ranked amongst the safest place in the UK with a very friendly atmosphere. There are a lot of places to visit in the city, among of them is the Norwich Castle. It also offers shopping centres, cinemas and restaurants. The city is just 20 minutes away from campus by bus.I am looking forward to spend the rest of my time here and I would definitely recommend the university to everyone because not only Norwich’s an amazing city, UEA has a lot of great things to offer to its students, both in terms of academic qualities and social life.