The University of East Anglia (UEA) was founded in 1963 and is located in Norwich, a historic city in the east of England.
The university's first vice-chancellor, Frank Thistlethwaite, was a strong advocate of interdisciplinary education. UEA was designed to be a modern, research-focused university that would provide students with a unique and innovative educational experience.
The University of East Anglia (UEA) prides itself on its high-quality teaching and innovative approach to education. UEA's academic staff are experts in their fields and are committed to delivering engaging, inspiring and student-focused teaching. The university's teaching methods include a range of innovative approaches, such as problem-based learning, experiential learning, and flipped classrooms, which encourage students to take an active role in their learning.
UEA's research makes a real-world impact: 91 per cent of our research is rated ‘world-leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’ by the Research Excellence Framework (REF2021).
We’re also in the UK top 20 for research quality* and our research is 16th for impact and the sixth most highly cited in the UK*.
UEA is a globally significant centre of research, driving change around the world. We bring fresh thinking to the major challenges facing society, helping to create a better future.
*Times Higher Education REF2021 Analysis
UEA's Careers department 'CareerCentral' helps students understand how their talents and abilities can fit the wider world.
Our guidance, workshops and experiences allow students to explore possible career pathways and the realities of job progression whilst developing the attributes and resilience to achieve their ambitions.
Through close collaboration with schools and academics across the University, we make students aware of their options and opportunities from their first day until after they graduate.
UEA was ranked1st for Job Prospects by StudentCrowd in 2022.
Student Support Advisers in the Student Support Centre offer a confidential and non-judgemental service where you are free to discuss anything that is impacting on your ability to be the most successful student you can be. We work closely and liaise with other services in the Student Support Service such as the Wellbeing Advisers (Mental Health), Counsellors, Wellbeing Advisers (Disability), Finance and Learning Enhancement Teams. We also liaise with other University departments including the Learning and Teaching Service (LTS).
Our award-winning student accommodation is central to our community. We have over 4,300 rooms situated on the UEA campus providing high quality, affordable accommodation in beautiful surroundings.
In 2023 UEA has a guaranteed accommodation to all postgraduate international students and for undergraduate students that select UEA as their firm choice on UCAS.
You’ll find the library at the heart of the University of East Anglia
Our library is open 24/7 for current staff and students to browse, study and borrow. Come and visit us to experience the amazing views, find perfect study space and get access to all the physical and digital resources you need.
Our grade II listed building has a variety of individual and group study spaces and you’ll have access to over 800,000 books, 550,000 e-books, and 97,500 online and print journals, as well as specialist collections and archives.
Our friendly Library teams are here to help you study, research and get the best out of our resources.
The Wi-Fi network at the UEA is called eduroam (education roaming). eduroam is the secure, world-wide roaming access service developed for the international research and education community.
When you begin studying or working at the UEA an IT account will be created for you.
The University of East Anglia (UEA) Medical Centre provides a range of health services to students and staff, including general practice, travel clinic, sexual health clinic, mental health services, and more. The medical centre is staffed by experienced and qualified medical professionals and is committed to promoting health and wellbeing on campus.
UEA's campus is like a mini city – it's big enough to find your niche but small enough to call home. Set in 20 hectares of beautiful parkland with amazing on-campus facilities like the Ziggurats, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts and a great students' union, UEA is a fantastic campus university.
We're incredibly proud of the Sportspark, one of the biggest sports facilities at a UK university. And being one of the biggest means you get to pick from a whole array of activities so you can perfect your practice or try something new. Here's just some of the sports on offer:
The Students’ Union at the University of East Anglia is the heart of student life at UEA. The SU is led by student officers, who are democratically elected by a ballot of all UEA students each year. In addition to representation, the SU provides professional support and advice on academic, welfare and housing issues to individual students.
The SU provides the majority of extracurricular activity on campus. We run and support over 60 Sports Clubs and 160 Student Societies. Our commercial services, which are aimed at students, but open to anyone, include retail shops, bars and 2 entertainment venues.
The University of East Anglia (UEA) is accredited by a number of professional bodies, ensuring that its courses meet the highest standards of quality and relevance to industry needs. These accreditations demonstrate UEA's commitment to providing high-quality education and preparing students for successful careers in their chosen fields. UEA's focus on accreditation also ensures that its courses are recognized by employers. Norwich Business School accreditations include the ACCA, AMBA, CFI, CIM, CIMA, CMI and ICAEW.
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