The University of East Anglia (UEA) is a campus university set in over 300 acres of rolling parkland just two miles from the mediaeval city centre of Norwich. Ranked in the top 1% of world universities, The University is recognised for its academic and research achievements and attracts students from over 100 countries. Students enjoy a safe and enjoyable environment that meets all of their academic, social and recreational needs.
UEA offers 172 undergraduate courses and 140 postgraduate courses across 23 academic Schools of Study. Schools are grouped into the Faculties of Arts and Humanities, Health, Science and Social Sciences. UEA is consistently ranked in the top 20 for most academic subjects. The latest national student satisfaction surveys place UEA third among mainstream English universities, and accommodation and Students’ Union have been ranked top in the UK.
Flagship programmes include the UK’s first School of Environmental Sciences begun in 1967 – still considered one of “the strongest in the world” – and launched the UK’s first MA in Creative Writing in 1970. Many well-known writers have graduated from or taught on the prestigious course, including Angela Carter, Ian McEwan, Andrew Motion, Rose Tremain and Tracy Chevalier.
The University is committed to achieving international standards of excellence and offers a wide range of subjects, including accounting, actuarial sciences, biological and chemical sciences, business studies, computing, international development studies, drama, economics, education, environmental sciences, film, history, language and translation studies, law, literature and creative writing, media, medicine, maths, music, philosophy, political and international studies, pharmacy and psychology.
Campus is compact with all teaching, research and accommodation within a few minutes’ walk of each other. Sporting, cultural and social facilities, including one of the largest sports complexes in the UK and the world famous Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, are also located on campus. The campus and its grounds are open to the public and the site is visited by many thousands each year who enjoy the beauty of the parkland, woods and man-made lake called the Broad.
With over 3,500 student accommodation rooms on campus and excellent road, rail and air links to London and the Continent, this makes the university an excellent choice.
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