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.
You can also find our ambassadors on…
Pakistani Student Ambassador
Hey! My name is Aimen Mobin and I’m a third year Business Management (NBS) student. I initially kicked off my journey at UEA with a year 1 Diploma in Business from INTO UEA which is located on the main campus especially catering to international students.
While applying to UEA, I thoroughly checked out its website and its facilities, ranking and campus are what drew me to the university the most. Right after arriving on campus I instantly became fond of this place. UEA literally has superb facilities- such as an amazing Sports Park with an Olympic sized pool, a huge library that’s accessible 24/7, a student union shop that has all the essentials that you may need and lots of different restaurants and cafes on campus! There is also traditional and Halal food available at the INTO campus and the student union shop on campus, which are quite pocket friendly (and taste pretty good too!).
UEA has so much to offer. There is a separate department and building for each subject and the teachers and staff on campus are very friendly and supportive. There are over 200 societies and clubs on campus such as the music society and salsa society as well as societies for every country and subject of interest. With so much going on you’ll never feel dull or too homesick. I personally love socialising at various society events but I also love taking a walk or sitting by the stunning lake on campus!
I stayed on campus in my first two years and I’m living off campus this year. Living on and off campus both have their perks (read my blog on UEA’s accommodation for more details).
But most importantly other than UEA itself, the city Norwich is one my favourite parts about studying here too. It’s a beautiful city with a historic aesthetic and modern twist to it. There are some really pretty attractions here to see such as the Castle, Cathedral and The Forum, as well as tons of cinemas, shops, clubs, eateries and more! My personal favourite area in Norwich is Riverside.
It’s a major plus point that Norwich is just 1 hour and 45 minutes away from London by train so I’m able to meet my friends studying there very easily (cheap train and bus tickets are always available).
I have become quite attached to both UEA and Norwich and I’m pretty sure even after I graduate from here I will definitely be visiting this place again! My experience in UEA has been amazing so far and I hope yours is too!
Meet Ms Nilu Rashidova, Country Development Manager, at the following events:
UK Education EXPO, Karachi
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13 January 2018
12:00 - 19:00
9 Abdullah Haroon Road
UK Education EXPO, Lahore
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15 January 2018
12:00 - 19:00
UK Education EXPO, Islamabada
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18 January 2018
12:00 - 19:00
Aga Khan Road
Shalimar 5, Islamabad 44000
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.
Holders of the Intermediate/Higher Secondary School Certificate will be considered for entry to the INTO Foundation Course.
Holders of A-Levels or the International Baccalaureate Diploma in relevant subjects will be considered for direct admission to first degree programmes.
Holders of a 2 year Bachelor degree may be considered for exemption to the first year of Bachelor degree courses or the INTO Foundation or Diploma Courses.
Those completing 16 years of education (4 year Bachelor OR 2 year Bachelor AND 2 year Masters etc.) may be considered for taught Masters courses.
Holders of a relevant Masters degree which includes research activity will be considered for MPhil/PhD programmes.
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.
Hey! I am Abbas and I am a 2nd year Undergraduate studying Actuarial Sciences. My job as the International Student Ambassador is to assist the international students, particularly Pakistani students, throughout their time at UEA, starting from the Admission Process until arriving at UEA and during your entire academic career.
I arrived in UK after completing my A-levels from Karachi in 2011 to study Actuarial Science and there are multiple reasons why I chose UEA. Primarily because UEA has a strong, industry oriented Actuarial course on offer which is taught by practicing Actuaries from Aviva Insurance [based in Norwich]. However, another key reason for preferring UEA was the amount of support this University offers. I can assure you all that as you progress with your admission process, you shall realise that UEA actually invests time and effort to assist the overseas students in every possible way. You'll see invitations to attend seminars, to meet ambassadors or if you have any concern at any point during your application you can always get in contact with one of us and trust me, we won't rest before satisfying you! =).
This culture of support extends to every member of East Anglian Fraternity and I was surprised to see the amount of help you receive from your lecturers, peers, friends, etc. In essence, you'll get the taste of British Education in a progressively productive learning environment.
UEA is indeed a prestigious institution we are looked up to for our research based approach to education. We are ranked top smong universities all over the world and 18th best in UK with many of our schools, such as Pharmacy, Nursing and Environmental Sciences, rated best within UK. UEA places a great deal of emphasis on student experience and this is evident from our performance in the WhatUni surveys where we have been ranked best for last 5 consecutive years.
If you consider Norwich, it has been voted as one of World's best small cities by Times Magazine. Norfolk has also been titled as the safest place in UK, and indeed from a Pakistani student's perspective this is tough to believe but trust me once you come here, you'd have no trouble in using your phone while in the town or near your house! =P
Furthermore, you might have already explored about the Islamic Centre on Campus therefore you can celebrate all the festivals and get a good meal every now and then with guaranteed ‘Samosas' during Ramadan for free at Islamic Centre, but you might be surprised to know that there is a closely knit Pakistani Community here in Norwich who are more than happy to help you whenever you need them. We are not huge in number but we are well connected so you can always expect to have a small gathering discussing Pakistan's politics in the square! ;-)
Anyhow there is a lot more for you to explore here so play around and find out or get in touch with me and I'll help you with any questions you have. So, I am looking forward to talk to you and soon see you here at UEA and when you come here don't forget to ask me about throwing a welcome party with spicy desi food!
Hey!! I am Aqib and I am a final year undergraduate studying Actuarial Sciences.
I am originally from Karachi where I completed my O levels and A Levels from Foundation Public School and Karachi Grammar School, respectively. Based on my love for Mathematics and Business, I chose to study Actuarial Sciences and The University of East Anglia felt like the perfect place where I could fulfil my dream. This is primarily due to UEA's strong association with Aviva Insurance, based in Norwich, who are involved in organizing the course and teaching some of the modules.
The University of East Anglia is consistently rising in the league tables and we are among the Top 15 UK universities in The Guardian, The Times and The Complete University Guides.
I have first-hand experience of this student satisfaction. When I came to Norwich for the first time, I was welcomed by the arrivals team and I really enjoyed all the events during Fresher's week. The lecturers were extremely helpful and I made a lot of friends as well. The campus is very beautiful, especially in the summer, with the broad and our very popular rabbits which roam the grounds. You can find everything on campus: library, laundrette, restaurants, cafes and a bank. To sum it up, it is like a small town and an excellent place to experience top quality British education on one of the finest campuses in the country.
We have a Multifaith Centre on campus as well as special prayer facilities. Friday and Eid prayers are held in a congregation and there are festivities as well during Ramadan and Eid. You will also meet a small, close-knit Pakistani community who are always there to help you and discuss the fascinating politics as well as cricket of our country.
Norwich is an interesting city culturally with a pleasant mix of historical architecture and modern buildings. There are many eating places in the centre as well as massive shopping complexes.
Accounting and Finance
Studying at a university is an experience which everyone should remember. It refines a person, and gives them the opportunity to explore themselves. Hi, my name is Inam, and on behalf of the University of East Anglia, welcome!
At UEA, there is something for everyone. For instance, I find my course to be the highlight of my stay. I study Accounting and Finance, and I chose this course not only because of the strong choice of modules it consisted of, but also because of the exemptions it provides from the professional bodies, such as ICAEW. Many modules are very relevant, with training provided in Microsoft Office packages, and an array of free choices to choose from during the later years.
The University also provides a lot of attraction points for students who would like to socialize with their friends and course mates. There are societies of various interests run by the Student Union, which can be joined by everyone on their choice. The Union also provides outlets for group activities, such the Union Bar, The Shop, and the LCR, which hosts various events on a weekly basis. Apart from that, the University provides a wide range of outlets for catering and social purposes.
UEA itself is one of the top universities in the UK and the world. Recently, Times Higher Education declared UEA the 1st for its Student Experience. There are many facilities for students who would like to benefit from them, such as a 24 hour library, a wide range of IT operated areas, various choices of student accommodation, which can be taken by international students for their entire period of stay. The University also supports students of various faith groups, with a Multiple Faith Centre and a mosque located on campus to supports its students.
Spread across 4 faculties and 28 departments, there is something for everyone to choose from. Free choice modules provide the added flavour to one's University learning, and various teaching methods such as lectures, seminars, labs and workshops enhance the learning experience.
Norwich itself is very quiet and calm. It is an inexpensive city, with many attractions, dining places and shopping malls. Norwich also hosts its fair share of historical sights for tourism. In addition, it has a direct transport connection with London for anyone who wants to have a day trip.
Choose UEA, and have an experience of a lifetime you would not regret! (Student Ambassador 2013/14)
PhD Computer Sciences
Hi! I am Umar,
I am a PhD student studying in the school of Computing Sciences. My studies at UEA, Norwich are sponsored by UST-Bannu through its Faculty Development Program and partly by UEA, under its international scholarship program. UEA is located in Norwich; one of the most medieval cities in Europe. Norwich is a mix of medieval and modern trends of today. City Centre is located in old walled city (dated back in 1300/1400), whose remains are preserved. Norwich is called city of churches that hosts 56 medieval churches of old city.
UEA provides excellent facilities to students. It hosts world class academic, research and sports facilities. Academic, research and administrative staff is very cooperative and work hard to facilitate the community. Competitive research environment is provided to prepare researchers for cutting edge research. Research is conducted by well known researchers in their respective areas in collaboration with Norwich Research Park and other national and international organizations. Library is equipped with latest books, journals and research material. Researchers have access to national and international online journals. Well furnished accommodation with 24hrs IT services is available to students on its greener campus. Its property includes a beautiful lake and a forest, with an extreme beautiful track to walk around.
Lecture theatres, seminar rooms equipped with modern gadgets, comfortable accommodation and religious centres definitely fascinates every student who comes here. I am enjoying my life and study at UEA Norwich, being a safe and ideal location for studies and living. I love its greenery, and adventurous environment.
I hope you may have a great time and experience, being a student at UEA, Norwich.
I am grateful to those who recommended me to join UEA. School of Development Studies of UEA is getting recognition in development world due to its eminent faculty, dynamic researchers, excellent course of study and above all this is the home of Overseas Development Group (ODG). After getting the most prestigious British Chevening Scholarship I decided to study Masters in Development Studies. I came here in September 2007 with an aim to learn the latest trends in development and to share my thoughts with counterparts in UK and from different parts of the world so that I can do something meaningful for the marginalized communities in developing countries particularly my own country. Living and study here in diversified environment I feel that my dream is going be realized.
Lectures, seminars, workshops, group discussions with people having diversified experiences, huge library archives social gathering carves entirely new avenues in our thoughts at UEA.
Lecture theatres, seminar rooms equipped with modern gadgets, comfortable accommodation and religious centres definitely fascinates every student who comes here, while I am immensely inspired by the gesture of entire Norwich city where UEA is based. No doubt when you will come here you will fall in love with Norwich and UEA like me.
Phd Computing Sciences
Hi, my name is Said Khalid Shah. I am a PhD (Computer Science) student at UEA. I am doing my PhD under the Faculty Development Program-2007 of University of Science and Technology Bannu, NWFP, Pakistan. I also got a scholarship of £4000 from UEA, which enable my dream of study at UEA true, because without this it was not possible for me to pay all the fee.
Studying at UEA is very challenging and everything is up to date. UEA has a very rich and excellent environment for research and quality education plus experienced lecturers. Labs are well equipped and furnished. It is among the top 20 universities in UK. The university also provide other facilities like sports (University's Sportspark), up-to-date movies at the Lecture theatre, sight-seeing around the Broad (Lake behind UEA) and more. Norwich is very lovely and safe place for living in UK .The people of Norwich are very cooperative and friendly. So as an International Student, I think it is a safe place for living and study.
Norwich Business School
I, Sadaqat Ali Bangash, am a postgraduate student at Norwich Business School, University of East Anglia UK. After my MBA from Pakistan I was much ambitious to study at a university of repute in UK. GOD gave me the opportunity to study at one of the top ranked UK University, UEA. My studies at UEA is sponsored by University of Science & Technology Bannu Pakistan.
Also I feel pleasure to say that I am awarded a "University of East Anglia International Scholarship" which is worth £2000/year for three years. I am thankful to the UEA for sponsoring part of my studies.
Situated at the outskirts of Norwich,the UEA campus is a calm and quiet place suitable for a study environment. It is at a small distance from the Norwich city centre. You will find almost anything you need right at the campus, a large food shop, a post office, banks, pharmacy, news & travel agents, bookshops and many more. UEA has a rich and diverse population - from the undergraduates, to postgraduates students of different ages, from countries across the world, and with a wide range of backgrounds, qualifications and experience. UEA is ranked among the top three universities in UK for student satisfaction.
UEA provide its students particularly international students accommodation facility at the campus For me it is a great experience to live with friendly people from different cultures. I soon feel at home here. You can find any time a friend to share with your views and problems. Also there is a coordinator at each residential building to ask for help. I find UEA accommodation an excellent living place I have ever thought of.
UEA makes a significant contribution to the academic, cultural and business life of the city as well as the whole country. UEA graduates easily find their jobs at market.
UEA particularly Norwich business School has highly qualified well experience teaching faculty. Faculty staff work in departments where the research is rated as internationally or nationally excellent. UEA staff include research leaders who are renowned for their innovative thinking in their research areas. You can get an excellent and friendly supervision facility for your doctoral study at UEA.
Other facilities like library, internet access, spirited and pro-active Students' Union,the accommodation etc. are I think second to none. There is a Sportspark, drama centre, play grounds and many more. Life at UEA is so enjoying.