We manage a closed Facebook group for Incoming Study Abroad Students, which we'll invite you to once we’ve received your nomination. If you apply independently please get in touch with us to receive an invitation. This will be an opportunity to meet your fellow students before you arrive, as well as a place where we can post interesting opportunities in the UK as they arise.
We're also contactable on Whatsapp and Line to answer any questions you might have, and you can get in touch on +44 (0) 7789 875146.
Follow us on Instagram and use the #VisitingUEA hashtag to have your photo featured on our Instagram account.
If you have any difficulties at immigration upon arrival at in the UK, please call our UKVI Team directly on +44 (0)1603 591701 (during regular office hours, otherwise please contact the campus Security Lodge on +44 (0)1603 592352).
For general queries upon arrival on campus, please call the Study Abroad Office on +44 (0)1603 591871 or email email@example.com.
Please remember to complete your online preregistration before you arrive. The link to do this is emailed to you approximately 30 days before the classes begin.
It's important to bring the following to registration when you arrive:
original transcripts of qualifications
English language proof (if required)
any documents you used to apply for a visa
a print out of the campus map to help you to find us
your tickets and/or boarding passes
There will be a number of informative, academic, and social events taking place during the first few weeks after your arrival. These will be run by the Study Abroad Office, the Student Life team, the Student Union, and the individual subject schools.
Our Orientation programme is released during the summer for September starters and December for January starters. Students will be sent details once they're finalised.
If you'll be arriving after working hours or you will be arriving after our designated Arrivals days please let us know, and we'll be able to give you further instructions on how to complete your registration.