Central Asia Student Ambassador
Are you an international student looking for answers? Well, look no further! I am Zarif, the ambassador for Central Asia and Caucasus, and I am here to help you figure out this confusing world of studying abroad.
I have graduated from the University of Birmingham in International relations with Economics, and have a good experience in not only helping International students but also going through all of it myself! I am a postgrad, doing MSc in Economics - I have chosen UEA because of its huge legacy in Experimental & Behavioural Economics, as well as its global impact in research and development.
UK is one of the best places to live and study in, and I cannot wait to show you that. Norwich, in particular, is truly a hidden gem that actually reminds me of beautiful old towns of Caucasus & Central Asia with narrow streets and so much art, architecture and history. Funnily enough, it is a very hip place too, you will not get bored with so much to do in the city centre such as having some tasty street food, going out on a Friday night on the riverside with your friends or visiting famous beaches all around the East Coast with some packed lunch.
Good thing about being an ambassador is that we always know the answer to your question - even if we do not know how to help you we definitely know who can. So please do not hesitate to get in touch, you can either send me a quick email on firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com or you can contact me on Facebook.
Visit and Events
We are not currently attending events in your country, however, we welcome your interest. Please feel free to contact the relevant staff member responsible for your region.
Alternatively, 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.
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.
For direct entry to undergraduate programmes
Please refer to each course page for specific A Level and IB requirements.
Other qualifications, gained after 13 years of education, can be considered for direct entry onto Undergraduate courses.
For direct entry to Masters programmes
Those completing an Undergraduate degree will usually be considered for entry onto Masters programmes. For most courses we require equivalent to a UK 2:1.
For direct entry to Research degrees (MPhil, PhD)
Those completing a Masters degree or with substantial research experience in their degree can be considered for Research degrees (MPhil, PhD).
INTO Pathway Programmes
If you are not eligible for direct entry you are encouraged to look at our pathway programmes on campus at INTO UEA:
Find out more from INTO UEA.
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.
International Undergraduate Scholarships
These scholarships are designed to reward applicants who have been offered a place to study with UEA and who can, clearly and concisely, explain how studying here at UEA will help them to make an outstanding contribution to their chosen field of study and to the wider UEA community.
We are looking for entrants who have researched the opportunities available to them as a student at UEA, who can demonstrate a track record of community engagement and who can demonstrate how their degree will make a difference to the lives and community around them.
All applicants to the scholarship will be considered on one of our monthly panels and those successful will receive an award of £4,000, £6,000 or £10,000 per year of study.
For terms and conditions and to apply, see our International Undergraduate Scholarships page.