In light of the current situation regarding Covid-19 and the recent government announcements - we are unable to run most of our scheduled on-campus events. Please see the relevant web pages to find out more details.

We are currently only offering campus tours - please see our webpage for full details on how we are running these in line with Government regulations.

When we are in a position to welcome you to campus on our other events - we want to make sure your visit runs smoothly. Arrangements vary depending on the type of event you're attending - select from the options below to find out more about booking your place, travelling to UEA and what to do when you arrive on campus.

 

Open days

 

Our Open Days are currently virtual - check out our open days page for more information.

Booking

Book your open day online so you can receive all the relevant information you need leading up to the event. We will email you once you’ve registered with everything you need to know.

To cancel or amend your booking, email us at opendays@uea.ac.uk

You are more than welcome to bring guests with you. If you are bringing children, please ensure they are accompanied by an appropriate adult who carries full responsibility for the child during the day.

School groups

If you are a teacher and would like to bring a group of students to the open day, please email us with the following information:

  • Name and address of your school of college
  • Number of students who would like to attend each departmental talk
  • Expected arrival and departure times

One of the team will get in touch to confirm your booking.

TRAVEL

By car

If you’re coming by car, please park at the Norwich Costessey park and ride (postcode: NR9 3LX) for free.  UEA representatives will be there to welcome you when you arrive. Parking is only available on campus for blue badge holders. If accessible parking is needed for a blue badge holder please email opendays@uea.ac.uk and we'll be happy to help.

Shuttle buses will be running every 15 minutes from 8:00am throughout the day, with the last bus leaving campus at 18:00. The buses are free and you don't need to book tickets. The short journey will take around 20 minutes each way (traffic permitting).

By train or bus

We are just 3 miles from Norwich city centre, a short bus or taxi ride from Norwich rail or bus station.

We’ve partnered with First Bus to offer you free all-day bus tickets on the city network for you and your guests to explore the city of Norwich on your open day. UEA is on blue line 25 and 26, with buses every 10 minutes to the city. Once you have registered for your open day, you will receive an email with instructions on how to download your free bus ticket.

If you decide to travel by train, the blue line 25 or 26 bus stops just outside Norwich rail station and will bring you right onto campus. The journey takes about half an hour. When you reach UEA, get off at the bus stop opposite the main car park and student guides will direct you to the check-in location.

Travel fund

UEA is committed to widening participation to higher education. Our travel fund may be able to help support you with travel and accommodation costs for your open day.

Staying overnight

If you would like to spend a night in Norwich, you can stay right here at Broadview Lodge - our on-campus guest accommodation. Special open day discounts are available. Book your room at Broadview Lodge.

You can also stay in Norwich city centre, which is 15 minutes away by bus or taxi. See Norwich hotels.

Accessibility

UEA is open to everyone. Our campus is fully accessible and we have support available for all levels of mobility. If you have any questions or concerns before the event, or need some help on the day, get in touch on opendays@uea.ac.uk.

Plan your day

All open days run from 8:30 - 16:00 and you can spend as much time on campus as you like. Most people stay for a few hours to get a feel for the campus. You don’t need to book onto any talks – you can just use the programme to plan your own schedule.

Pre-register for an open day now

Arrival and check in

When you arrive, head to the Students’ Union Building (building 17 on our campus map) to check in. Bring your email confirmation so you can check in quickly. If you forget your email, don’t worry – you can still check in but it might take slightly longer.

You are welcome to leave luggage with us in the Students’ Union, although please note that we don’t have a designated locked room. Just ask a member of staff for help.

Postgraduate open days

 

booking

Book your place on the next postgraduate open day

To cancel or amend your booking, email us recruitmentevents@uea.ac.uk.

You are more than welcome to bring guests with you. If you are bringing children, please ensure they are accompanied by an appropriate adult who carries full responsibility for the child during the day.

travel

By car

If you're planning to travel to UEA by car, you can park in the main car park on campus (p1 on our campus map). You'll need to take a yellow token, which you can validate with the Events Team at check in. Once validated, you won't need to go to a pay machine, you'll simply need to put the token in the barrier at the exit when leaving the car park.

Alternatively, we offer free parking and travel to campus from Costessey Park and Ride on the 511 bus service. The postcode for Costessey Park and Ride is NR9 3LX.

By train or bus

We are just 3 miles from Norwich city centre, a short bus or taxi ride from Norwich rail or bus station. UEA is on blue line 25 and 26, with buses every 10 minutes to the city. 

If you decide to travel by train, the blue line 25 or 26 bus stops just outside Norwich rail station and will bring you right onto campus. The journey takes about half an hour. When you reach UEA, get off at the bus stop opposite the main car park and student reps will direct you to the check-in location.

Staying overnight

If you would like to spend a night in Norwich, you can stay right here at Broadview Lodge - our on-campus guest accommodation. Book your room at Broadview Lodge.

You can also stay in Norwich city centre, which is 15 minutes away by bus or taxi. See Norwich hotels

Accessibility

UEA is open to everyone. Our campus is fully accessible and we have support available for all levels of mobility. If you have any questions or concerns before the event, or need some help on the day, get in touch on recruitmentevents@uea.ac.uk.

plan your day

Arrival and check in

On arrival, you'll need to go to the check in location that will have been sent to you via email. Student reps will be based on the main car park and at the bus stop to help direct you.  Once you've checked in, you will be able to pick up your programme for the day. Don't forget to validate your parking token if you have one!

Timings

Postgraduate Open Days start from 12:45 and finish at 17:00. You can drop in at any time from the start of the event but we recommend arriving nearer to the start time so that you have the chance to catch our talks and tours.

Applicant days

 

Booking

Applicant days are for UEA undergraduate applicants. After you have received your offer or invitation to interview/audition, you will be invited to attend an Applicant Day via email. Your email will contain a link to all the available dates for your subject area and details of how to book yourself onto the event of your choice. 

You must register for an applicant day to ensure that you receive all the correct information before the event – this also helps us to know how many people will be attending. Each applicant day has a set amount of places so make sure that you book as soon as you know which date you can attend; events that are full will state “no longer accepting registrations”.

You are welcome to bring up to two guests. Children must be accompanied by an adult who carries full responsibility for the child during the day. If you or your guests have any dietary requirements or additional support needs, please let us know on the booking form or email recruitmentevents@uea.ac.uk

Booking will close two days before each applicant day, so if you are rescheduling or cancelling within that time frame please email us at recruitmentevents@uea.ac.uk  You can also contact us if you have trouble registering, cancelling or rescheduling – we’re always happy to help!

Please note that due to data protection, we will only be able to change a booking if we are talking directly to the applicant; parents, carers and teachers are unable to change a booking.

Travel

By car: weekdays

If you’re coming by car, please park at the Norwich Harford park and ride (postcode: NR4 6US) for free. UEA representatives will be there to welcome you when you arrive. Parking is only available on campus for blue badge holders. If accessible parking is needed for a blue badge holder please email recruitmentevents@uea.ac.uk and we'll be happy to help.

By car: Saturdays

Free parking is available for all visitors in our main car park on campus (P1 on the campus map), postcode NR4 7TJ.

Take a token when you enter the car park and keep this with you until you leave. As you leave the car park, place the token in the slot at the exit barrier – please do not go to the pay machines or you will be charged. Any lost tokens will be charged at £25.00.

On arrival you will be greeted by some of our current students, who will guide you to your check-in location.

Trains and buses 

We are just 3 miles from Norwich city centre, a short bus or taxi ride from Norwich rail or bus station. UEA is on blue line 25 and 26, with buses every 10 minutes to the city. 

If you decide to travel by train, the blue line 25 or 26 bus stops just outside Norwich rail station and will bring you right onto campus. The journey takes about half an hour. When you reach UEA, get off at the bus stop opposite the main car park and student guides will direct you to the check-in location.

Travel fund

UEA is committed to widening participation to higher education. Our travel fund may be able to help support you with travel and accommodation costs for your Applicant Day.

Staying overnight

If you would like to spend a night in Norwich, you can stay right here at Broadview Lodge - our on-campus guest accommodation. Special Applicant Day discounts are available. Book your room at Broadview Lodge

You can also stay in Norwich city centre, which is 15 minutes away by bus or taxi. See Norwich hotels.

Accessibility

UEA is open to everyone. Our campus is fully accessible and we have support available for all levels of mobility. If you have any questions or concerns before the event, or need some help on the day, get in touch by emailing recruitmentevents@uea.ac.uk.

Plan your day

We are open for check in at 9:30 but you don’t have to arrive by this time. Subject sessions are from 12:00-15:00/15:30 and include a buffet lunch with academics and current students. 

We run optional tours of our accommodation, library and Sportspark from 9:30-11:30 (last accommodation for the morning leaves at 11:00) and optional talks on UEA life, accommodation and student finance throughout the morning. 

If you’d rather just turn up for the subject session, please arrive by 11:30 to check-in. Tours also run in the afternoon, from 14:45-16:15.

You don’t need to book onto any tours or talks in advance. Full details are in your programme.

Bring your email confirmation so you can check in quickly. If you forget your email, don’t worry – you can still check in but it might take slightly longer.

Interviews, auditions and one-to-ones

Your offer email will let you know if you have a selection interview as part of your Applicant Day. This is an opportunity for academic staff to find out more about your interest and enthusiasm for the course and why you have chosen to study it. It's also a chance for you to ask any specific course related questions.

Some students may have the opportunity to have a one-to-one meeting with a member of academic staff as part of the Applicant Day. This is designed as a two-way conversation - an opportunity for you to ask questions about the course and for academic staff to find out more about you.

If you have applied for drama, you will have an audition as part of your day and you are more than welcome to bring props with you.

Dietary requirements

We provide a free buffet lunch as part of your day. If you have any dietary requirements or allergies, please make sure you state these on the booking form. See our information on food allergens

What should I wear?

There’s no dress code but you should wear comfortable footwear and bring an umbrella or a rain coat as our optional tours involve a lot of walking outside.

Programme

You will be given a copy of your programme for the day when you check-in. To give you an idea of what to expect, select your subject below to view a sample programme:

See our applicant day programmes

Arrival and check in

Your applicant day email will let you know where to check in. It's usually Congregation Hall (building 23 on our campus map).

We’ll check you in using your QR code on your email and give you your programme for the day. Our current students will be on hand to help you get to where you need to go.

Running late?

Don't worry if you are running late; we will have student reps based at Congregation Hall (building 23 on our campus map) who can check you in and take you to where you need to be. We also have tours running in the afternoon if you miss the opportunity to tour campus and accommodation in the morning.

Campus tours and campus tours extra

 

Booking

Pre booking is essential and you can do this on the campus tours page. Once you've booked a place, we will email you with all the information you need.

Travel

Travelling by car

During social distancing measures, we would advise you to drive to campus. You can park for free in our main car park, p1 on our campus map.

 

ACCESSIBILITY

UEA is open to everyone. Our campus is fully accessible and we have support available for all levels of mobility. If you have any questions or concerns before the event, or need some help on the day, get in touch recruitmentevents@uea.ac.uk.

 

Plan your day

Arrival and check-in:

During COVID-19, please arrive at the exact time you have booked for and remain in your car until your tour start time. If you are running late, you can email us on recruitmentevents@uea.ac.uk to let us know. At check-in, we will confirm you've arrived on our booking system and you will be able to start your socially distanced tour. 

Please bring a face mask with you as these are mandatory in our buildings and in crowded areas. If you can't wear one because of a medical reason, don't worry, you don't have to.

 

Self-guided tours

 

During social distancing measures, some of the information below may not reflect current government guidelines. At the moment, campus has a one way route and you are unable to go into buildings. Please follow the one-way route (there are stickers around campus on the floor to indicate where to go) and maintain social distancing as advised by government guidelines. It is also the University's policy that all staff, students and visitors need to wear face masks in any University building and in crowded areas.

 

Booking

You don’t need to book or tell us you’re coming if you are doing a Self-Guided Tour. The University is open to the public but please note that during holiday periods some teaching rooms will be locked and campus will be quiet.

 

Travel 

Travelling by car

If you are visiting at the weekend, you can park in the main car park on campus.

During the week, campus car parks can get very busy so we recommend parking at the Norwich Costessey park and ride (postcode: NR9 3LX) for free. Buses depart approximately every 15 minutes. 

 

Travelling by train or bus

We are just 3 miles from Norwich city centre, a short bus or taxi ride from Norwich rail or bus station.

If you decide to travel by train, the blue line 25 or 26 bus stops just outside Norwich rail station and will bring you right onto campus. The journey takes about half an hour. 

STAYING OVERNIGHT

If you would like to spend a night in Norwich, you can stay right here at Broadview Lodge - our on-campus guest accommodation. Book your room at Broadview Lodge.

You can also stay in Norwich city centre, which is 15 minutes away by bus or taxi. See Norwich hotels.

 

ACCESSIBILITY

UEA is open to everyone. Our campus is fully accessible and we have support available for all levels of mobility. If you have any questions or concerns before the event, or need some help on the day, get in touch by emailing recruitmentevents@uea.ac.uk.

 

Plan your day

You can explore our campus at your own leisure, or download our Self-Guided Tour.

You won’t be able to see inside our student accommodation but you can view the outside.

To visit the library, you need to bring proof of identification, including a photograph and a current address.

You are welcome to visit the Sportspark – just let reception staff know that you are on a campus tour.

Please bring a face mask with you as it is University policy to wear one in any University building and in crowded areas. If you can't wear a mask for any medical reason, you don't need to wear one.

 

Arrival and check in

The tour route starts off at the Registry building but you can join at any point. You don’t need to check-in or tell anyone you’ve arrived, feel free to go and explore campus at your own pace. 

Medicine interviews

 

An interview is a compulsory part of the application process for both MB BS Medicine and MB BS Medicine with a Gateway Year. If you submit an application to us, we will be in touch as soon as possible to let you know if you have been selected for an interview.

If you're applying to us from overseas, and you are offered an interview, we do usually expect you to come onto campus.  We have previously offered interviews in Hong Kong and Dubai but this does depend on the number of applications we receive from these countries.

what is the interview like?

The interview will be an OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination), also known as a Multiple Mini Interview. There are six stations with six interviewers and you will spend 5 minutes at each station, with 1.5 minute prep time included. We will only be able to interview you in the format specified in your invitation to interview.

We can't tell you what the questions will be but we typically look for:

  • The ability to learn and work effectively in partnership
  • A caring and supportive attitude and an empathetic approach
  • Insight to Medicine as a career and personal suitability for the profession
  • Honesty, integrity and personal effectiveness
  • An acceptable approach to decision making when given incomplete or conflicting information
  • Understanding of the NHS values

When will my interview be?

We will let you know the time and day of your interview after you have applied as part of your invitation to attend your interview. 

what will i need to bring with me?

The documents you will need to bring will be listed in your interview invitation email and will include:

  • A valid passport or a provisional/full photo card driving licence
  • Your academic qualifications from High School onwards (i.e. GCSE or equivalent)
  • Completed work experience form
  • UCAT SEN/SA/50 supporting documents if applicable
  • If your name has changed, we will need to see a Marriage Certificate/Decree Absolute/Deed Poll Certificate

Make sure you bring the originals and copies of all specified documents. We will keep the copies for our records but we have to see the originals to be sure of the validity of the documents.

can i bring guests

You're welcome to bring guests but they will need to wait elsewhere whilst the interviews take place. There are plenty of cafes available on campus or they are welcome to explore UEA our Self-Guided Tour.

what is the dress code?

Please dress professionally as you would for a job interview.

travel

Travelling by car

We recommend using Costessey Park and Ride (postcode NR9 3LX) and taking the 511 bus service to main campus.  Parking is not usually available on campus during the week.

Travelling by train

The nearest station to UEA is Norwich Train Station. Once you arrive in Norwich, you can use First Bus Services to get to campus (numbers 25 and 26 go to UEA via Norwich city centre). Alternatively, it will take approximately 15 minutes by taxi.

Travelling by coach

National Express and Megabus stops are located on campus and there are regular local bus services from Norwich city centre to UEA.

Help covering costs

Our Travel Fund is available to support individuals attending interviews at UEA, subject to meeting our eligibility criteria.

staying overnight

If you want to spend a night in Norwich, you can stay right here on campus at Broadview Lodge. You can also stay in Norwich city centre, which is 15 minutes away by bus or taxi. See Norwich hotels.

where do i go when i arrive?

Your interview will take place in the Norwich Medical School building, located on our main campus - you can find where to go using our campus map.

what time do i need to arrive by?

You will need to arrive at least 30 minutes before your interview time so you can register, provide the requested documents and have your briefing before the interviews start. The interview itself will last approximately 40 minutes.

Make sure you follow the information in your interview invitation email; it will specify which location you need to report to. If you're unsure, contact the admissions team.

what do I do If i am running late?

If you're delayed or think you might be late, contact the Admissions office on +44(0)1603 591515.

is lunch provided?

Lunch is not provided but there are onsite cafes where you can buy food and refreshments.

can i arrange an alternative date/time?

If you can't make the date you've been invited to, please contact the Admissions Team as soon as possible on +44(0)1603 591515 or admissions@uea.ac.uk . We will do our best to offer you an alternative date or time if we can but in some cases this may not be possible.

If you don't attend an interview and don't notify us of your absence prior to the interview taking place, we will assume that you no longer wish to be considered for the course and your application will be updated accordingly on UCAS.

what happens after the interview?

We will provide you with an update on your application as soon as possible but, due to the competitiveness of the course, it will be unlikely that any offers are made until after all applicants have been interviewed. It is likely that you will hear whether you have been successful in March.

The three possible outcomes after your interview will be:

  • We will make you an offer
  • We will hold your application for later consideration
  • Your application has been unsuccessful

We will be in touch by email to let you know our decision so keep an eye out for any emails from UEA.

If you have been unsuccessful, we will indicate the reason for this via UCAS. If you would like further feedback, please email us. We cannot usually provide very detailed individual feedback due to the number of applications we receive and the nature of the process - our admission policy has more details.

If we do offer you a place, you will be invited to attend the Medicine Applicant Day, which takes place on a Saturday in March. You will get to see the Medical School facilities with current students, meet academic staff and tour our beautiful campus. Even if you have attended an Open Day before, we recommend attending the Applicant Day if you can.

how can i withdraw my application?

If you no longer want to do Medicine at UEA, it's really important that you let us know and that you update your UCAS Track as soon as possible. Please email us with your full name, UCAS Personal ID Number and the reason why you are withdrawing your application.

Health sciences interviews

 

An interview is a compulsory part of the application process for all undergraduate courses within the School of Health Sciences.  This includes Adult Nursing, Children's Nursing, Learning Disabilities Nursing, Mental Health Nursing, Midwifery, Occupational Therapy, Operating Department Practice, Paramedic Science, Physiotherapy and Speech and Language Therapy.

We will be in touch as soon as we can to let you know if you have been selected for an interview after you have submitted an application.

what is the interview like?

Different courses have different types of interview and we will let you know the format of your interview once you have applied. We will also let you know the time and date of your interview. 

In most cases, your interview will be one of the following:

  • A Multiple Mini Interview session (on campus)
  • A telephone interview
  • A Skype interview

We won't be able to interview you in a different format from the one that we specify in your interview invitation. 

Telephone/Skype Interviews

If we want to interview you over the phone or via Skype, we'll email you to confirm the time and date and ask you to reply to us, confirming that you are available. We might also ask for some further information at the same time and it's important you read through this carefully and provide us with all of the information that we request before your interview takes place.

How is the interview structured?

The interviewer will introduce themselves and confirm some details with you. You'll have the chance to ask any questions before you begin and the interviewer will ask you if you're happy to start your interview.

We can't tell you what the interview questions will be but we might look to assess:

  • Your reasons for wanting to enter the profession
  • Your suitability for the profession, considering the NHS values and constitution
  • Your understanding of the profession
  • Any relevant work experience you might have

The interview will last no longer than around 15-20 minutes but there will be time before and after the interview for further discussion, so your phone call might last 30 minutes or more.

The interviewer will advise you when the interview process is complete, after which point the assessment period will be over. The interviewer will then give you some time to ask further questions and have a quick chat about the course (remember that by this point the assessment period will have concluded, so feel free to ask whatever you like!)

When can I come and look around campus?

If you have been interviewed over the phone and been offered a place, you will be invited to an Applicant Day. If this is an option for your course, we will email you with more information and you can book onto a suitable date. We strongly recommend attending as you'll be able to get a proper look at our facilities and take part in taster sessions for your course. You'll get to tour campus and accommodation too and chat to academic staff and current students.

multiple mini interviews on campus

Interviews on campus will likely take place in either the Queen's Building or the Edith Cavell Building. Please be careful to follow the information in your interview invitation email to see which location you need to report to and the correct start time or contact us if you are unsure.

You will be invited to a morning or afternoon session, which will last approximately three and a half hours.

The interview itself will last approximately 35 minutes and you will be directed around four separate interview stations in succession. You will spend 7 minutes approximately at each station. Applicants for BSc Children's Nursing might have an additional interview with local school children.

what do i need to bring with me?

The documents you will need to bring will be listed in your interview invitation email but will include:

  • A valid passport or a provisional/full photo card driving licence for identification
  • Your academic qualifications from High School onwards (i.e. GCSE or equivalent)
  • If your name has changed, we will need to see a Marriage Certificate/Decree Absolute/Deed Poll Certificate

Make sure you bring the originals and copies of all the specified documents. We will keep the copies for our records but we have to see the originals to be sure of the validity of the documents.

can i bring guests?

You're welcome to bring guests but they will need to wait elsewhere whilst the interviews take place. There are plenty of cafes available on campus (including one in the Edith Cavell Building, if this is where your interview takes place) or they are welcome to explore UEA using our self-guided tour.

what is the dress code?

Please dress professionally as you would for a job interview.

travel

The Queen's Building is on main campus, postcode NR4 7TJ.

The Edith Cavell Building is on our west campus site, by the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital, postcode NR4 7UL. You can walk from main campus to the Edith Cavell Building and it will probably take about 15-20 minutes from the centre of campus. You just need to follow Chancellor's Drive to the end of the road, until you get to a mini roundabout. Head straight over and follow the path across our sports fields. At the end, you will be on Colney Lane. Turn left onto Colney Lane and keep walking until you get to the roundabout. You should see the Edith Cavell Building next to the roundabout.

Travelling by car

We recommend using Costessey Park and Ride (postcode NR9 3LX). If your interview is in the Queen's Building, take the 511 bus service to main campus. If your interview is in the Edith Cavell Building, take the 510 bus service to the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital.

Parking is not usually available on campus or at the Edith Cavell Building during the week.

Travelling by train

The nearest station to UEA is Norwich Train Station. Once you arrive in Norwich, you can use First Bus Services to get to campus (numbers 25 and 26 go to UEA via Norwich city centre). Alternatively, it will take approximately 15 minutes by taxi.

Travelling by coach

National Express and Megabus stops are located on campus and there are regular local bus services from Norwich city centre to UEA.

Help covering costs

Our Travel Fund is available to support individuals attending interviews at UEA, subject to meeting our eligibility criteria.

staying overnight

If you want to spend a night in Norwich, you can stay right here on campus at Broadview Lodge. You can also stay in Norwich city centre, which is 15 minutes away by bus or taxi. See Norwich hotels.

what do i do when i arrive for my interview?

Once you have reported to the location specified in your email, you will be taken to a room to register with fellow applicants and we will give you a quick overview of the day. You will then have a talk from an academic before the interview process begins.

We will split you into groups and take you through to your interview in phases. We will check your documents and you will have the opportunity to meet some current students and ask them questions.

Make sure you follow the information in your interview invitation email because it will specify the location that you need to report to. If you're unsure, contact the admissions team.

what do i do if I'm running late?

If you're delayed or think you might be late, contact the Admissions Office on +44(0)1603 591515.

is lunch provided?

Lunch is not provided but there are onsite cafes where you can buy food and refreshments.

can i look around campus whilst I'm here?

If you'd like to look around our teaching spaces, ask us on the day and we will see what we can do. Accommodation isn't available to view on interview days but you are more than welcome to come and visit us on an Open day, where accommodation will be available to view.

You're more than welcome to go on a self-guided tour whilst you're here.

can i arrange an alternative date/time?

If you can't make the date you've been invited to, please contact the Admissions Team as soon as possible on +44(0)1603 591515 or admissions@uea.ac.uk. We will do our best to offer you an alternative date or time if we can but in some cases this may not be possible.

If you don't attend an interview and don't notify us of your absence prior to the interview taking place, we will assume that you no longer wish to be considered for the course and your application will be updated accordingly on UCAS.

what happens after the interview?

We will provide you with an update on you application as soon as possible but, due to the competitiveness of the courses, it is unlikely that any offers will be made until all applicants have been interviewed. It is likely that you will hear whether you have been successful in March.

The three possible outcomes after your interview will be:

  • We will make you an offer
  • We will hold your application for later consideration
  • Your application has been unsuccessful

We will be in touch by email to let you know our decision so keep an eye out for any emails from UEA.

If you have been unsuccessful, we will indicate the reason for this via UCAS. If you would like further feedback, please email us and we will respond with any information that we can as soon as possible. We can't always provide feedback straightaway and in most cases we will only be able to do so once we've completed all interviews for the course that you've applied to (usually around May).

how can i withdraw my application?

If you no longer want to study at UEA, it's really important that you let us know and that you update your UCAS Track as soon as possible. Please email us with your full name, UCAS Personal ID Number and the reason why you are withdrawing your application.

Situated in the heart of East Anglia, we're within easy reach via public transport, with links from London and surrounding counties.

London is only two hours away by train or car, and Norwich International Airport is only 15 minutes from the city centre and has links worldwide via four daily flights to Amsterdam.