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Study abroad application timeline

Applications are now closed for Academic Year 2023-24. Please speak with your home university if you want to be nominated to study abroad at UEA in a future academic year.

If you wish to make a late application for Spring Semester 2024, please contact us directly.


Please complete the Module Chooser 2023-24 spreadsheet below and upload this to your Study Abroad application. We ask for at least 9 choices per semester in case of timetable clashes or classes being full.

Module Chooser 2023-24


  • All exchange students need to be nominated directly to us by their home university (one of our partner universities).

  • All fee-paying (not from an exchange partner) students require an academic reference from their current home university.

  • All applicants are expected to be in good academic standing at their home university with a grade equivalent to a UK system upper second class (60%).


Required Documents

You must provide a copy of your valid travel document(s) before travelling to the UK. Inform us of any changes to your travel document(s) prior to your arrival.

You must provide us with an official transcript indicating your most recent grades, including a stamp or signature or other seal of authenticity from your home university. If your official transcript is not in English, you will be required to provide an official translation as part of your application.


English Language

Citizens of English-majority nations and students currently studying in the US are not required to prove their level of English. All other applicants must demonstrate the necessary level of English as stated below.

Applicants with IELTS 6.0 or above, with at least 5.5 in each category, may take any module in Economics, and Language and Communication Studies. Applicants with these scores may also take first year modules (Level 4), apart from in the schools of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing, Chemistry, and Pharmacy.

For all other modules (Level 5 and 6), and first year modules (Level 4) in Literature, Drama and Creative Writing, Chemistry, and Pharmacy, applicants must receive an IELTS score of at least 6.5 overall, with at least 6.0 in each category. 

Accepted English Qualifications

If your proof of English language is not in English, you are required to provide an official translation as part of your application. If you require any clarification about language testing or accepted level of English entry scores, please email 

Students with lower English levels may apply on a fee-basis to our partner INTO for short English programmes, including Pre-Sessional Programmes and Study Abroad With English.


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