University of East Anglia
City: Norwich, Norfolk
Length of study: 1 or 2 semesters
Language of instruction: English
About: The University of East Anglia (UEA) is an internationally renowned UK university that provides top quality academic, social and cultural facilities to students across a range of disciplines. Situated in 320 acres of rolling parkland UEA is a mini-city campus located 15 minutes from the centre of Norwich. Established in 1963, architect Denys Lasdun wanted to create the perfect community environment with everything a student would need nearby. This vision is still evident today, where students will find world-class facilities on their doorstep, such as the University Sportspark which regularly hosts international sporting events and the world-famous Sainsbury Centre.
This uniquely-placed University is a leading member of Norwich Research Park, one of Europe's biggest concentrations of researchers in the fields of environment, health and plant science. UEA encourages a ‘thinking without borders’ approach to innovation in both teaching and research. UEA also has a long established reputation for innovation and brilliance across the Arts and Humanities. Situated in England’s first UNESCO City of Literature, UEA offers a vibrant and supportive environment with year-round literary events including UEA Live, the Noirwich Crime Writing Festival and the hugely successful International Literary Festival.
- University of East Anglia Homepage
- University of East Anglia Exchange Office
- University of East Anglia Important Dates
- Why study at UEA
- UEA Campus Life
- Student Life in Norwich
- University of East Anglia Exchange Student Accommodation.
- Students can apply to a range of different accommodation options including single and shared rooms.
- Key Accommodation Dates should be strictly adhered to due to the low availability of accommodation.
- Accommodation Fees
- Course catalogue: University of East Anglia Incoming Exchange Student Module Catalogue
- Credit load: Full-time students will usually undertake 60 UCU per semester (120 UCU per year). This equates to roughly 3 modules per semester.
- Students must ensure that 2 out of the 3 modules that they choose are from the same School.