We want you to make the most of the time you spend with us on the International Summer School and we are her to help in any way we can. There will be a weekday reception desk where you will be able to come and talk to a member of the team about anything, and there are a whole range of other facilities and services that all the International Summer School students will have access to.
Student Support service
The Student Support Staff are there to help you in a variety of ways during your stay at UEA. This may be by guiding you on studying more effectively, by making sure any disability does not impede your experience, or by supporting you with homesickness, as well as helping with any other difficulties you may have. The Student Support Service will be running a compulsory Study Skills session during the first few days of the International Summer School covering a range of topics to ensure you are able to get the most from your academic modules.
Find out more about the Student Support Service.
The UEA Library is in the centre of campus and contains over 800,000 books and journals. It is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and will be easily accessible for International Summer School students throughout their stay in order to assist with completing their studies. It provides a range of working environments, from silent study areas and individual study rooms, to group study rooms and a 24-hour IT area with more than 250 computers, meaning it is the perfect place to complete academic work.
Find out more about the Library.
During the International Summer School students will be given a UEA IT account which will allow them to access the Blackboard – the online platform where information about their module may be posted. This account will also give them their own UEA email address and computer log in, allowing access to the computers in suites around campus. The IT helpdesk, based in the Library, will be able to help students with any technical issues they may have.
Find out more about the IT Services.
While students are here at UEA, they will be able to use the on campus medical centre if they need to see a doctor or dentist. For more urgent requirements, the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital is only a short distance away. It is essential you have suitable medical insurance before your arrival to UEA. There is also a Boots pharmacy on campus where you will be able to get over the counter medicine.
Find out more about the Medical Centre.
The Multifaith Centre is a spiritual meeting place at the centre of campus and provides a space for quiet reflection, worship and conversation for staff and students of all faiths or none.
Find out more about the Multifaith Centre.