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.

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.

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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Latin American Student Ambassador

My name is Claudia Linan and I am currently studying a PhD International Development. I started my studies at UEA last year with my Masters programme in International Social Development and I decided to stay because I was just so happy with everything UEA has to offer.

One of the things I really like about UEA is the personalised attention they provide to every student. Starting with the Dean of Students Office which is always organising various events and workshops, especially for international students, where they give useful advice and assessment. The Career Central Office has also been of great help for me, they have given me guidance regarding CV building and internship applications, I love knowing that they will keep helping us even three years after graduation.

Lecturers and administrative staff have been extremely helpful throughout my whole experience. Through a group e-mail from one of our lecturers I found out about a Research Project for an International initiative in Norwich, and during the summer I collaborated with them. It was such an interesting experience and I am very grateful that the Faculty at the School of International Development are always up to date, which is marvellous because they can share their valuable experiences with the students.

During my Masters’ year I was living at Suffolk Terrace, one of the accommodations at UEA and I can say I really recommend it. It was great because I met people from literally all over the world, I had flatmates from Japan, Russia, USA, Romania, China, and Azerbaijan. One of the parts I loved the most about it was the potlucks we organised; I got to try lovely and exotic dishes. I was lucky because I am still in contact with some of them. I never felt lonely, and whenever I wanted to be in complete silence, the library was just 2 minutes away and it is open 24/7. If this wasn’t enough, the lake was just meters from my accommodation so I would always look out the window and saw people jogging and walking their dogs; this motivated me enough to walk every once or twice a week.  

Norwich is a great city! Every time I went to the Centre I discovered a new place I haven’t been to, and I just love it! There are so many events every weekend that one really just need the time! Last event I really loved was the ghost walk around the City Centre, I learned lots about the several legends and spooky tales that are popular in Norwich. I recommend it if you are up for a little fright!

If you have any questions about studying at the University of East Anglia, please do not hesitate to contact me either via the Latin American Students Facebook page or you can email me at


Me llamo Claudia Linan y me encuentro actualmente estudiando un Doctorado en Desarrollo Internacional. Inicie mis estudios en UEA el año pasado con la Maestría en Desarrollo Social Internacional y decidí quedarme porque de verdad me fascino todo lo que UEA ofrece.

Una de las cosas que me gustan mucho de UEA es la atención personalizada que dan a cada uno de sus estudiantes. Empezando con la Oficina de Dean of Students, la cual siempre está organizando diferentes eventos y talleres, especialmente para estudiantes internacionales, en donde dan consejos súper útiles. La oficina de Career Central también me ha dado mucho apoyo para mejorar mi CV y mis aplicaciones a diferentes prácticas profesionales, me encanta la idea de saber que ellos podrán ayudarnos incluso hasta 3 años después de habernos graduado.

Los maestros y el personal administrativo de la Universidad han sido extremadamente atentos durante toda mi experiencia en UEA. A través de un correo comunal compartido por uno de mis maestros, me entere de un Proyecto de investigación para una iniciativa internacional en Norwich y durante el verano colabore con ellos. Fue una experiencia muy interesante y estoy muy agradecida con la Facultad de Desarrollo y el hecho de que sean expertos en su área y siempre estén actualizados, es algo genial, ya que siempre están dispuestos a compartir sus increíbles experiencias con los alumnos.

Durante el año que duro mi Maestría estuve viviendo en Suffolk Terrace, una de las tantas opciones de Residencias en UEA y les puedo decir que realmente recomiendo la experiencia. Me encanto vivir con gente de literal todo el mundo, tuve compañeros de Japón, Rusia, Estados Unidos, Romania, China y Azarbajan. Una de las cosas que más disfrute era cuando nos juntábamos a cocinar y cada quien traía algo típico de su país, pude probar platillos deliciosos y súper exóticos. Soy muy afortunada porque pude hacer buenos amigos con los que aún estoy en contacto. Nunca me sentí sola, y cuando necesitaba estar en completo silencio o concentrarme más, la biblioteca la tenía a dos minutos y podía estar allí cuanto quisiera, ya que está abierta las 24 horas del día. Por si esto no fuera suficiente, tenía el lago muy cerquita de mí y sentía única la oportunidad de poder ver hacia afuera de mi ventana a gente corriendo o paseando a sus perros por la mañana, que hasta yo me motivaba para ir a ejercitarme.

¡La verdad creo que Norwich es una gran ciudad! ¡Cada vez que voy de paseo por el Centro descubro un lugar nuevo y me fascina! ¡Hay demasiados eventos cada semana y fin de semana que lo único que se necesita es tiempo! El último evento al que asistí fue una caminata de fantasmas alrededor del Centro, aprendí mucho de varias leyendas y de cuentos de terror que son famosos en Norwich. Recomiendo este evento si están preparados para un susto!

Si tienen alguna pregunta acerca de estudiar en la Universidad de East Anglia, por favor no duden en contactarme vía la página de Facebook de Estudiantes Latin American UEA o me pueden mandar un mail directamente a


Latin American Student Ambassador

My name is Cecilia Calle and I am studying Society, Culture and Media at UEA. I am currently in my second year in the university, and I can honestly say coming here is one of the best decisions I’ve made! Because I was raised in different countries, a multicultural environment was a crucial aspect when choosing where to study, something that I quickly found here at UEA, which is already well known for its academic excellence and high student satisfaction, as well as a very high reputation in media related courses like mine.

In addition, living on campus in my first year allowed me to meet wonderful, diverse people that became very good friends and a helping hand when needed, while also having all the perks of living on campus. Being both Venezuelan and Colombian, living this far away from home felt like a very challenging experience at first, especially because it was the first time I was coming to the UK, but in the space of a few weeks UEA and Norwich became my home away from home. When first arriving, everything can feel a little intimidating, especially for an international student, because everything feels so different and new compared to what we are used to! But here at UEA, there is always someone to help you when you find yourself in these situations: there are societies for all sorts of interests, services like the Dean of students to help you feel comfortable with your academic skills and constantly improve them, workshops for every aspect of a student’s life, whether it is learning how to use the library or how to write better essays, interesting public lectures, Career and CV services, excellent facilities and a great international environment, you can find it all! All of these services and opportunities were very important for me, because I was coming from a completely different educational system, so I really needed to feel at ease with my academic abilities.

Additionally, I was really charmed by Norwich and all it has to offer. Norwich is a perfect combination of charming little town with endless activities and interesting things going on, and it is so different from anything I had ever experienced before, as cities in South America can be very big and sometimes daunting. It’s a city full of hidden gems, ranging from small little restaurants to a vibrant nightlife, stunning churches and antique shops, and all the great activities a city with both students and a rich history has to offer. The campus is also very beautiful, and has many things to offer. Overall, coming to study at UEA has been an extremely positive experience for me, and it has exceeded my expectations in every way, thanks to all the wonderful things it has to offer, and the welcoming people I’ve met along the way, something very important as a Latin American student!

If you have any questions about studying at the University of East Anglia please contact me via the Facebook link above or by email at


Mi nombre es Cecilia Calle y estoy estudiando Sociedad, Cultura y Medios en UEA. Este es mi Segundo año en la Universidad, ¡y la verdad es que venir a estudiar en UEA es una de las mejores decisiones que he hecho! Por mi experiencia viviendo y viajando a muchos países en mi infancia y adolescencia, el aspecto multicultural era muy importante para mí y era algo crucial al escoger mi universidad, y es algo que encontré con mucha facilidad aquí en UEA, además de la excelente reputación académica en todas las áreas, y con diplomas relacionados con medios como el mío.

En mi primer año tuve la oportunidad de vivir en las residencias de la universidad,  perfectas para estudiantes y con todo lo positivo de vivir en el campus, sobretodo porque toda la vida académica y social están a cortas distancias. Fue una experiencia que me permitió conocer a gente maravillosa de todas partes del mundo, que siempre están ahí para ayudarme cuando lo necesito, además de tener todos los beneficios de vivir en el campus.

Soy venezolana y colombiana, y eso quiere decir que mi pertenencia cultural es muy fuerte, por lo que se me hizo un poco difícil alejarme tanto de casa, pero en el espacio de algunas semanas Norwich y UEA se volvieron rápidamente un hogar lejos del hogar.

Al llegar por primera vez, todo se siente un poco intimidante, especialmente para un estudiante internacional, ¡porque todo es tan diferente y nuevo en comparación con lo que estamos acostumbrados! Pero aquí, en UEA, siempre hay alguien para ayudar cuando uno se encuentra en estas situaciones: hay sociedades de todo tipo de intereses, servicios como el decano de los estudiantes para ayudarte a sentirte cómodo con tus habilidades académicas y la mejora constante de ellas, talleres para cada aspecto de la vida de un estudiante, si se trata de aprender cómo utilizar la biblioteca o cómo escribir mejores ensayos, conferencias públicas interesantes, servicios de carrera y CV, excelentes instalaciones y un gran entorno internacional, se puede encontrar de todo! Todos estos servicios y oportunidades eran muy importantes para mí, porque yo venía de un sistema educativo completamente diferente, por lo que realmente lo necesitaba para sentirme a gusto con mis habilidades académicas.

Pero no todo son siempre estudios: Norwich es una ciudad muy enigmática, y tiene mucho  que ofrecer. Es una combinación perfecta de la pequeña y encantadora ciudad con un sinfín de actividades y cosas interesantes, y es tan diferente de todo lo que había experimentado antes, sobretodo porque las ciudades latinoamericanas suelen ser muy grandes y a veces sobrecogedoras. Es una ciudad llena de joyas ocultas, que van desde pequeños restaurantes a una vida nocturna para  todas las edades, iglesias impresionantes y tiendas de antigüedades, y todas las actividades de una ciudad con estudiantes y una rica historia tiene que ofrecer. El campus también es muy bonito, y tiene muchas cosas que ofrecer. Venir a estudiar en UEA ha sido una experiencia muy positiva para mí, y ha superado mis expectativas en todos los sentidos, gracias a todas las cosas maravillosas que tiene para ofrecer, y a todas las personas tan acogedoras que he conocido a lo largo del camino, ¡algo muy importante para los estudiantes latinoamericanos!

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Holders of the Certificado de Educacion Secundaria Comun Completa will be considered for direct entry to the Foundation Courses.

Holders of the Certificado de Educacion Secundaria Comun Completa, with a suitable foundation qualification including holders of the foundation qualification from the University of Warwick, will be considered for direct entry to Bachelor degree courses.

Holders of the International Baccalaureate Diploma with a minimum 32 - 35 points or A-levels obtained in Peru will be considered for direct admission to first degree programmes.

Holders of the Bachillerato qualification will be considered for direct admission to Bachelor degree courses, in exceptional cases advanced entry (exemptions) may be granted.

Holders of the Licenciado/Professional title awarded after 4 or more years of study will be considered for postgraduate diploma courses or Masters degree courses as appropriate. Applicants for PhD study should preferably hold a Masters degree (Doctorado).

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

Test Score
PTE 55

Postgraduate Taught and Research - English Language Requirements

Test Score
PTE 62

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.

INTO Regional Scholarship - Latin America 

Students from Latin America who receive an offer to study one of the INTO UEA Foundation programmes will receive a scholarship worth 25% of the tuition fee of the Foundation programme and 25% of the UEA fee for each year of study on their undergraduate degree programme. Excludes the MBBS Medicine programme.


Peru Postgraduate (Taught) Masters Scholarships 2018 /19  

All self-funded Postgraduate (taught) Masters applicants from Peru will automatically be awarded a scholarship of between £3500-£4500. The amount of scholarship awarded will be dependent on your academic background. 

  • £3500 – if you previously achieved a GPA of 13/20 in your Bachelors degree  
  • £4000– if you previously achieved a GPA of  in your Bachelors degree  
  • £4500– if you previously achieved a GPA of 4/5 in your Bachelors degree   

Read our full Terms and Conditions.


Vice Chancellors International Undergraduate Excellence Scholarships 2018/19

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. Further information.

See the International Scholarships page for details of non-region specific available funding opportunities.

Fees 2018-19

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.