Our short courses provide the ideal opportunity to experience being taught by our world leading academic staff, learning from the experts in their fields; published writers, distinguished speakers and experienced researchers.

Our dedicated team will be able to put together a programme tailored to your specific requirements, and in addition to the academic content develop a schedule of social activities, academic field trips, accommodation and catering.

Dates, Arrivals and Departures

We will welcome groups of students to UEA for summer study from 27 June 2020 – 22 August 2020, for programes 1 week to 4 weeks in length.

Arrivals and departures will take place each Saturday during this period, and a group transfer to Heathrow or Norwich airport will be provided. If you wish for your group to arrive or depart on a different day then a supplement will be added to the programme fee.

Our Offer

Our dedicated team will design a programme to meet the academic needs of your students, and ensure their time at UEA is fulfilling and productive. Accommodation, return airport transfers, 24-hour programme support, an orientation programme, finale celebrations and a certificate of attendance are provided for all programmes. We can also provide catering, academic fieldtrips and a social programme if required.

Group Size

The minimum number of students we require to attend a customised programme is 15, maximum numbers depend on the type of programme requested and the facilities needed.


We welcome visiting staff to accompany residential programmes and will offer them a subsidised fee, and shared programme teaching can also be discussed in the programme development stage. 


We require all students to be aged at least 17 on the official start date of the programme. Programmes will be taught in English so a minimum level of language skills may be necessary. 


Fees are dependent on the specific requirements of your group, contact us and we will provide details specific to your needs.

Contact us to request a customised programme at UEA