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.
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Visit our ambassadors page to meet some of our current international students who may be studying on a similar course that you are interested in. Our ambassadors are also happy to answer any questions you may have on what it is like to study at UEA and live in Norwich.
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My name is Jean-Etienne, known as J-E or Jean, I am a first year studying Business Management that I really enjoy so far.
Its been a few months only that I arrived on campus, but I am so far thrilled with the surroundings and the environment I live in. Before coming here I was living in South Africa 10.000 km from England, I knew the university thanks to one of my friends that highly recommended me to come. I could have gone back to France, but the idea of studying in English was quite exciting for me and it was a different kind of work to experience.
The university of East Anglia has a big and beautiful campus with all of a student need to provide for he's needs. With a shop, a few cafes all around campus, one campus kitchen, bank, bar, art center*(perfect for art students), a park with a lake where there is benches, tables and barbecues nice to have , and a huge sports park. All of it 10mins away from your campus room.
I just can wake up 20mins before my lectures and even got time to grab a quick coffee.
The learning at UEA is optimal, the lecture are interesting, the lecturer interacts a lot and work to provide you the slides before lectures, the seminars helps you to integrate the lectures, a lot of non module events to help you improve your skills where you need to. The university provide help if you need it with English support programs, that every student can ask to attend.
The 24/7 library on campus that could end up being your home before exams and during assessment time, the library is very modern with different studies areas, printers, large amount of books available for students and one IT help desk.
On top of that UEA is on the top UK 14, has the best student experience in the UK according to Times Higher Education Survey. Who wouldn't like to live in a perfect student environment, and finish with a degree from such a high rated university, international students even become weather friendly here.
If you have any questions about coming to study at UEA please do not hesitate to contact me. You can email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
L'Etudiant HE Study Abroad Fair Paris
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30-31 January 2015
Place de la Porte de Versailles,
75015 Paris, France
Those holding French Baccalaureate will be considered for direct entry to undergraduate study. We will normally require students to have an overall French Baccalaureate average score of at least 11 in order to apply successfully to a UEA degree programmes. Note that some courses require a higher score - please check specific details for the course(s) you are interested in.
Holders of Licence, Maîtrise and Magistère degrees will be considered for entry to postgraduate study(Master degree programmes).
Holders of a good Masters degree will be considered for entry to MPhil/PhD study.
For more specific entry requirement information, please contact the relevant admissions department within your School of Study.
Many undergraduate students come to us for either one semester or a full academic year as a part of an exchange agreement with European universities.
Under the ERASMUS scheme exchanges are restricted to certain subjects and institutions. You can find out more about such exchanges by visiting our Erasmus pages.
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.
Contact: Simon Mitchell
Language, Linguistics and Translation Studies
After completing the MA, I moved to London where I started to look for freelance projects. Little by little I manage to get more and more projects and a part-time job which I left when I felt I could get enough work. Being in London helped, as I worked on various occasions on longer in-house projects, based in London. I worked for about six months, as part of a team, on the new version of the Spanish - English Larousse dictionary which was really interesting and quite different from usual translation work. I am now working for an intergovernmental organisation called the International Oil Pollution Compensation Fund in the External Relations and Conference Department as a Translation Administrator. I am proofreading, editing, formatting and occasionally translating. It is good experience and gives me insights into the UN system, and especially translation within the UN. I plan to go back to translating rather than proofreading and have applied for the UN competitive exam for translators.
Doing the MAATS was helpful, both for the CV and for experience. I learned from it because we had to reflect more on the task of translating and the skills involved and also it gave us some basics in Trados which I now use.