We are a top 20 UK university with a global reputation for ground-breaking research, world-class teaching and some of the happiest students in the country. We’re a highly cited research centre with 2 Nobel prizes to our name, leading the way in fields as diverse as climate change, social work, creative writing, international development, food science, art history and more.
Our campus is home to over 18,000 students from across the world, based in beautiful parkland just outside the historic city of Norwich. Our unique campus is filled with award winning architecture, cutting-edge teaching facilities, a major European art gallery and some of the best sports facilities on offer, as well as great shops, restaurants, cafes and bars.
We offer a huge range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in subjects across the Arts & Humanities, Sciences, Social Sciences and Medicine & Health disciplines. Browse our profile to find out more about us and visit our website to learn about our courses.
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We’re a large institution with a diverse range of schools, academics and students who conduct a huge amount of fascinating research. As a University we believe in innovative, creative work that makes a difference, which is why we’re world experts on topics as diverse as climate change, cancer research and creative writing.
We were ranked in the top 10 UK Universities in the most recent Research Excellence Framework (2014) for the quality of our research outputs, demonstrating the high calibre of the work we do.
UEA maintains its brilliant reputation by selecting the most able and dedicated staff and students from around the world, and challenging them to reach their full potential through a range of intellectually stimulating degrees.
Matt studied Drama and Creative writing at the University of East Anglia, originally Matt wanted to be a professional footballer, however spondylolysis forced him out of the sport.
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University of East Anglia (UEA) City Guide
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UEA has consistently been rated as one of the best universities for student experience in the UK (National Student Survey), and was recently voted as having the UK’s best campus environment (Times Higher Education 2016).
At UEA we have invested in the things that matter to our students, such as IT facilities, a 24 hour Library, a network of Student “hubs” for academic support, and a Careers Service offering internships and mentoring that encourages student enterprise.
With over 200 clubs and societies, a Students’ Union with an excellent reputation for live music and events, a £30 million Sportspark, and an art gallery on campus, we think UEA offers an amazing experience, and so do our students.
Part of the reason for our happy students is the city of Norwich. It’s a beautiful, historic city located in the East of England. It offers our students the best of both worlds, being a small city with a friendly community spirit that also boasts the culture, nightlife and shopping of a much bigger place.
Norwich is England’s first UNESCO City of Literature and has been voted one of Britain’s top 20 cities (Telegraph, 2016) as well as one of the UK’s top 10 safest cities to be a student (Telegraph, 2016). The Norwich Lanes also won the Great British High Street award for Best High Street (2014) and the city teems with independent shops, restaurants, art galleries, bars, cinemas and theatres.