You will be able to see some of the buildings where your subject will be taught. Our lecture theatres and generic seminar rooms are used as teaching spaces for lots of different subjects, and you will get to visit one of our general teaching buildings, such as the Julian Study Centre or the Lecture Theatre Block. We won't be able to show you inside specialist teaching facilities (such as labs) due to teaching timetables but please let you tour guide know if you want to see where your subject area is based.
We would recommend that you book onto one of our Campus Tours so that you can see Central Campus facilities and tour our accommodation. After your tour, you are welcome to visit West Campus unaccompanied; please see our Self Guided Campus Tour for details. Medicine is based in the Bob Champion Research and Education Building and Nursing Sciences, including Midwifery, Paramedic Sciences and Operating Department Practice, are based in the Edith Cavell Building.
We can't guarantee that someone from your chosen subject will be available to meet you because academics have such busy timetables. However, if you did want to discuss your options with an academic or member of the admissions team, please email email@example.com and we can try our best to arrange a meeting.
The car parks at UEA fill up very quickly, particularly during term time. To avoid disappointment, we would recommend parking at Costessey Park & Ride, which is only a 10 minute bus ride from UEA. Buses leave every 20 minutes and stop on campus. Visitors to UEA pay a £1 return charge each. We will email you details about getting to campus just before your tour.
The numbers 25 and 26 buses leave from just outside the train station to UEA via Norwich city centre. Buses from the station take approximately 30 minutes and leave every 10 minutes. You can also get a taxi from outside the station.
The car parks at UEA get full very quickly, particularly during term time. To avoid disappointment, we would recommend that you park at Costessey Park and Ride; buses leave every 20 minutes and stop on campus. The journey lasts approximately 10 minutes. See our Getting to UEA page for more information.
If you do drive onto campus, we may have spaces available in our main car park (p1 on our campus map). Parking is chargeable and you will need to pay at the machines in the car park before you leave.
The numbers 25 and 26 bus go from outside the train station to UEA via Norwich city centre. Buses take about half an hour and leave approximately every ten minutes. You can also get a taxi from outside the station.
You are more than welcome to walk down to the site unaccompanied; it is about a fifteen minute walk accross our sports fields (please see our campus map). The Medicine building is called the Bob Champion Research and Education Building and the Nursing building is called the Edith Cavell Building. You won't be able to look in the teaching rooms but if you would like to do this we would advise coming on an Open Day.