Make the most of your university open day
Choosing a university is one of the biggest decisions you'll make about your education.
Attending an open day is a great way to get a feel for our campus, the students and the courses on offer.
You can spend the day exploring the campus, surrounding areas and of course asking questions about what life at UEA is really like. It's an informal and fun way to get a feel for university life.
But don't just take our word for it . Read a blog from Lia, a current UEA student: Get the most from your Open Day.
We look forward to seeing you there!
The UEA open day was such a great way to get a feel for the campus and life as a uni student. Everyone was so lovely and chatty; it’s made me really excited for the next few years!
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I am so in love with this university! It is the perfect place for me. Everyone is so lovely and the campus is amazing!
What is a UEA open day like?
Watch our video to get a taste of what a UEA open day involves.
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.
After you’ve been to the Open Day you can either hop on a bus or walk into town to explore our glorious city. 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 main UEA campus bus stop opposite the main car park and follow signs for check-in.
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.
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 6:00pm. The buses are free and you don't need to book tickets. The short journey will take around 20 minutes each way (traffic permtting).
Claim your free all-day bus ticket
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 the 'blue line' 25 and 26 routes, with buses every 10 minutes to the city.
Once you've registered for your open day, you'll receive an email with instructions on how to download your free bus ticket
Download a map of the campus