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View our Clearing vacancies and find your place at UEA today.

Call us now on 0300 300 7994 or speak to us through live chat.


Our opening hours during A-Level results week:

Thursday 18 August: 8am – 8pm 

Friday 19 August: 8am – 6pm 

Saturday 20 August: 9am – 5pm 

From Monday 22 August we are open Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm



This is UEA

Since 1963 we’ve been breaking down boundaries between students and researchers, arts and science, business and social responsibility. We’re redefining what a university is and how it can best prepare you for a future in a rapidly changing world.

UEA is a home for everyone

We celebrate diverse voices and backgrounds, and we stand for equal opportunity in higher education. We’re a University of Sanctuary, where all are welcome, and we’re committed to recognising and learning from our whole community.

Between the Sportspark and high-tech labs, much-loved music venues and the quieter corners of our (award-winning!) parkland, first year undergraduates rub shoulders with world-leading climate experts, student entrepreneurs share a platform with the region's biggest brands, and emerging writers teach established authors a thing or two about the world today.

Campus culture

UEA's campus was designed to encourage the sharing of ideas and experiences and our interdisciplinary approach to learning is protecting the vulnerable, combating HIV, finding solutions to climate change and giving young people a platform to have their voice heard, their experience valued, their ideas brought to life. It's creative, it’s different, it’s yours. This is UEA.


From budgets to packing, find out what UEA life is like with tips from our student creators.

Expect ‘day in the life’-style vlogs, top tips and finance advice.



Latest news

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The University of East Anglia (UEA) celebrates ten years since Norwich was named as England’s first UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural...

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A mushroom bread made by the indigenous people of Santhal, India.
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Indigenous youth film project turns the lens on nutrition and food security

A unique initiative is helping Indigenous people in India exchange knowledge about locally available foods to improve dietary diversity – part of the UN...

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View from an airplane over the Arctic.
11 Aug 2022

Arctic flights to shed light on sea ice and storms link

Scientists from the University of East Anglia are spending the summer flying research aircraft through the heart of Arctic storms.

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