We want you to come to a UEA open day and here are nine reasons why. Reason number one: Career Aspiring! It's not just about getting your degree, it's about discovering a career that you love and that's why UEA will support you through that. This is why they offer loads of work placements, internship opportunities, networking opportunities with professionals so you can get your dream job. Number 2. Home truth coming up: It's all about where you live and the UEA accommodation is a safe, fun, friendly and comfortable place to live and in your first year you're guaranteed a room here. Reason number three: Expert Teaching. as leaders in fields such as climate change, food science, international development and creative writing. A combination of fantastic facilities and great teaching staff allow you to become the brilliant minds of the future. Number four: Our Beautiful Campus is second to none not only are we surrounded by beautiful nature and loads of parkland, I often find myself coming down here to take a break from my studies for a while. Reason number five: Course Inspiring. You can master your subject here and reach your full potential. You have access to a range of teaching formats and even a personal advisor to guide you through your studies. Reason number six Club nights, gig nights, quiz nights and fancy dress. Theatre, dance, movies and festivals, both on campus and in Norwich whatever you're into, there's something for you! Reason number seven: The UEA Sportspark has some of the best facilities in the country with a national standard athletics track and an olympic-sized swimming pool. And five huge sports halls where you can play any sport you you can think of including basketball. Reason number eight: Norwich Life A small city with a huge heart where old meets new. It's where the streets, the architecture, the music the arts and the theatre happen. Coming to university isn't just about studying, it's about meeting new people, having new experiences and making lifelong friends. I know I've made my friends for life here. So what next? Come to an Open Day and discover your reason!
OPEN DAYS IN SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER 2017
Come and find out why we’re a Top 15 university.
Our packed programme will give you a glimpse of the amazing things that happen here. There are tours, talks, demos and a beautiful campus for you to explore.
Book your place for Saturday 9th September or Saturday 21st October.
This could be the start of something amazing.
Our packed programme will give you a glimpse of the incredible things that happen here. You can go to tours, talks and demos. There’s a BBQ, music, a festival atmosphere and lots more besides. It’s all geared up to give you a real taste of what it’s like to live and study here. As well as a sneak peek of what you might go on to do afterwards.
- Chat to students, lecturers and support staff
- Get a feel for the courses that interest you
- Get to know our stunning campus
- Find out why we’re in the top 15 UK universities (The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide)
- And see for yourself why we’re in the top 5 UK universities for student satisfaction (National Student Survey)
- Find out about studying abroad, or spending a year in industry
- Make a day (or couple of days) of it and explore Norwich like a local
- Find out how UEA will help you start planning your fantastic career, from day one
But most of all, you’ll discover who you could become here.
This is the first step on your UEA journey. We can’t wait to show you round.
Explore More About Open Days
Our courses aren't just about getting a degree. They are about the beginning of the rest of your life. We have hundreds of courses for you to explore across our four faculties of Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences, Medicine and Health, and Science. Explore our interactive course finder to discover the right one for you. Lecturers will be on hand during your Open Day so you can find out more.
Take a listen to some of the artists that have played at UEA in the last year. What better soundtrack for your journey here?
Norwich has a brilliant live music scene. We also have our very own excellent on-campus music venue, The Nick Rayns LCR. There are more than sixty gigs a year and regular club nights for you to be a part of. Over the years The Nick Rayns LCR has hosted all kinds of acts from The Who to Ed Sheeran, Coldplay to Skepta, and everything in between.