UEA is a campus based university with a student population of 16,000 and is home to more than 4000 International and EU students from over 120 countries. You can meet our staff and students at various events around the world and in the UK.
Malaysian Student Ambassador
My name is Anisha Naomi, and I’m a third year Law student. I first heard of UEA through my university back home under a transfer programme. Torn deciding between two universities, after much research and going through reviews (mostly by my parents), I was highly impressed by the statistics and satisfaction level, not to mention UEA’s ranking.
After making the choice of coming to UEA, I'm so glad to say it’s one of the best decisions I've made. At UEA I quickly realised how their main priority is student satisfaction and pushing the students to reach their best potential, at the same time giving them the best university experience. Another factor that was key to us was safety, Norwich being within the top 10 safest places to be a student. Law isn’t easy, then again what course is. However, the lecturers are so passionate and invested in making sure we do the best we can and that they help us get there. They were helpful with any questions and queries never making anyone feel small.
Academics aside, I fell in love with UEA more and more everyday due to various reasons from the absolutely breathtaking campus, the diversity and the various amounts of clubs and societies available. There’s really something to cater to everyone’s fancy. The UEA campus is like a little quaint city centre on its own. It was clear that convenience was key here as students now can find everything such as multiple cafes to satisfy your daily caffeine needs, laundrettes, 24-hour library, the ever famous LCR, the medical centre, the reliable campus kitchen, bus stops running to town and much more!
I think I was mostly impressed with the people here, from lecturers to students. The Student Union is always ready to listen to whatever problem you may be facing or whatever project ideas you have! At UEA everyone is free to express themselves and I think that’s a major part of the university experience as it helps you find yourself, as well as mould and prepare you to transition into the working world. Speaking of work, another feature which caught my eye was the career central which exposes students to various job opportunities, albeit internships, training contracts or actual future jobs. I’m a member of the Law Society and together with career central they organise various talks, drop in sessions and internships for students. Besides jobs, the International Student Advisory Team (ISAT) also organises activities and trips for students to capitalise on their time here.
Norwich really is a picturesque city, from the gorgeous buildings, cathedrals and charming little cafes to the Norwich Market (home to great street food) and various knick knacks. Also lying in the heart of these coloured tents is an Asian store, which I frequently find myself in to satisfy my Malaysian food needs.
Being a huge family person I feel like all these factors have made being 14 hours away from my family and friends doable! If there’s one thing that’s noticeable about UEA it is the homey welcoming spirit that you get from everyone. Thinking about it, I’m filled with mixed feelings as I'm glad I would be graduating soon (and would be done with late night exam preparation), at the same time, this also means I would be leaving UEA, and it truly is with a heavy heart. However while I'm here, I truly do intend on making the most of my time here. If you have any questions about studying at the University of East Anglia then please do not hesitate to contact me via email at email@example.com
Visit and Events
Meet Amalina Husni, Regional Liaison Officer (South East Asia), at one of the following events:
Taylors University Placement Day, Petaling Jaya
Australia International School Malaysia Fair, Seri Kembangan
If you are planning a trip to the UK, why not come and pay us a visit?
The University offers Open 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.
Malaysia: Maggie - BA Art History and Literature
Hello! My name is Maggie Tan and I'm currently a MA student studying Art History in the School of World Art Studies and Museology. I came to UEA with a background in graphic design and my course gives me the flexibility to study what interests me! I have great lecturers and most of my time is spent at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts.
I'm the Publicity Officer for South-East Asian Society which hosts lots of great events – plenty of Asian potluck dinners, people to meet and daytrips all year round! The best part about studying in UEA would definitely have to be the people I've met from the UK and all over the world. Whether we're cooking together, going to the union pub or wandering about Norwich – these are the experiences I've learnt the most from!
Malaysia: Adibah - LLB Law
I am Adibah, a third year LLB Law student from Malaysia. I chose to study at the UEA primarily because of its high ranking reputation and its campus-based style.
It is not a hassle to travel between lectures and seminars on time as the faculty buildings are close to each other. The facilities in the UEA are excellent as well, being one of the youngest universities in the UK. The computing system, for example, has always been aligned with the technology progression, which produces great convenience to the students.
Furthermore, UEA is also situated in a strategic location. There are numerous student-housing areas located within 15 minutes walking distance from the campus. The students find this accommodating especially during snow weather. The Norwich City Center offers an adequate entertainment experience. Apart from it being safe even at night, the city has a range of branded shopping outlets and plenty of restaurants serving international food. I often find it comforting knowing that I could grab a Chinese takeout whenever I start missing food from home. There are also clubs and pubs for those who prefer the nightlife. It is worth noting that the university Union societies frequently host club events, which serves as a good start for those who would like to expand their social networking.
It is also advisable for Malaysian students to join the UEA Malaysian Society. The Society does not only comprise of Malaysian students but other international students as well. The Malaysian Society frequently hosts social food events, particularly to cure our inevitable cravings for home food.
UEA has given me experiences I believe I could not have had anywhere else. I have also gained a lot of friends from all over the globe. I look forward to welcoming new Malaysian students and I will be around to assist you in making your student life here great.
Saya Adibah, pelajar Sarjana Muda Undang-undang tahun akhir dari Malaysia. Saya memilih UEA kerana reputasi yang tinggi kedudukannya dan gaya berasaskan kampus. Perjalanan di antara ceramah dan seminar sangat mudah kerana bangunan fakulti terletak berhampiran antara satu sama lain. Kemudahan di UEA juga sangat cemerlang walaupun ia adalah salah satu universiti termuda di UK. Sebagai contoh, sistem komputernya sejajar dengan perkembangan teknologi. Ini menghasilkan kemudahan besar kepada pelajar-pelajar.
Tambahan pula, UEA terletak di lokasi yang strategik. Terdapat banyak kawasan perumahan pelajar yang terletak dalam 15 minit jarak perjalanan kaki dari kampus. Ini memudahkan pelajar terutama semasa cuaca salji di mana semua pengangkutan utama mungkin terpaksa dihentikan. Bandar Norwich juga menawarkan pengalaman hiburan yang mencukupi. Selain tahap keselamatannya yang tinggi walaupun pada waktu malam, bandar ini mempunyai pelbagai pusat membeli-belah yang berjenama dan restoran yang menghidangkan makanan antarabangsa. Ini menyenangkan saya apabila saya mula merindui makanan rumah. Pelajar-pelajar yang lebih menyukai hiburan malam, mereka boleh mendapati ada kelab-kelab dan pub di bandar itu juga. Kelab-kelab persatuan universiti juga sering mengadakan acara kelab, yang berfungsi sebagai permulaan bagi mereka yang ingin memperluaskan rangkaian sosial mereka.
Ia juga dinasihatkan untuk pelajar-pelajar Malaysia untuk menyertai Persatuan UEA Malaysia sebagai permulaan. Persatuan ini tidak hanya terdiri daripada pelajar Malaysia tetapi pelajar antarabangsa yang lain juga. Acara-acara makanan sering diadakan sebagai penawar kepada mereka yang merindui makanan tempatan.
UEA telah memberikan saya pengalaman terbaik dan tidak boleh diraih di mana-mana lain. Saya juga telah mengenali ramai kawan-kawan dari seluruh negara. Saya ingin mengalu-alukan pelajar Malaysia baru dan saya sentiasa disini untuk membantu.
Holders of the following qualifications will be considered for direct admission to Bachelor degree programmes: Sigjil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysian (STPM), in three of the five subjects studied, Malaysian Independent Chinese Secondary School (MICSS), the Matriculation Certificate of the Senior Secondary Assessment Board of South Australia, and the Canadian High School or Secondary School Diplomas, International Baccalaureate Diploma with a minimum 32 - 35 points, or 'A' levels obtained in Malaysia.
Certificate and Diploma holders from Polytechnics, Institutes of Technology, and private colleges with a Singapore Polytechnic-based syllabus, will also be considered for direct entry to Bachelor degree courses.
If you are studying for a UK Business and Technician Education Council (BTEC) qualification, 'Distinction' or 'Merit' grades at the National Diploma level, or similar grades following completion of the first year of the Higher National Diploma, are required for undergraduate entry. Institut Teknologi Mara (ITM) diploma holders and University candidates in appropriate subjects, in some cases may gain exemption from the first year of Bachelor degree courses.
Holders of a good Bachelor degree (Honours) will be considered for postgraduate Masters degree study or PhD study in exceptional cases.
English Language Requirements
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.
*We also accept a wide range of other English language qualifications, 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.
Fees and Funding
For full details of overseas students fees and information on fee status please visit these Planning Office pages.
Please note that fees are reviewed annually and may be subject to small increases for any subsequent years of study.
See our International Scholarships pages for details of non-region specific available funding opportunities.
Vice Chancellors International Undergraduate Scholarship
The Vice Chancellors International Undergraduate Excellence Scholarships are designed to reward outstanding international applicants, who have been offered a place to study with UEA.
Scholarships are awarded in amounts of 25% or 50% of your tuition fees and are deducted on a yearly basis from your tuition fees.
For more information see our International Undergraduate Scholarships page
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.
Our regional office based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is conveniently located to offer support to potential students, partners and alumni across South East Asia. If you are local, feel free to arrange an appointment to meet with us. If you are unable to visit in person, please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any questions.
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Carolyn has been working in Education for more than 10 years and has gained an excellent understanding of the industry in Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Malaysia and Singapore. She has experience recruiting in Asia. And has also experience of heading the admission, marketing & recruitment with a Russell Group University base in Malaysia. Having joined UEA in August 2016, Carolyn is excited about this next part of her journey!
Mobile: +60 12 269 2354
Amalina has an excellent education counselling background. She has worked in one of the largest education agencies in Malaysia for over a decade and also has experience in student services and admissions in a Russell Group University in Malaysia. Amalina has a very friendly and easy to approach character! And she loves baking!
Mobile: +60 14378 9724
CL is a UEA alumnus who enjoys assisting high school leavers to pursue their higher education.
Mobile: +60 18778 8032
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