Our all inclusive campus is one of the most innovative in the country, combining natural beauty with structural flair resulting in more than 20 architectural awards.
All of the needs of our students are catered for on campus with shops, cafes, a post office and banking facilities all located within minutes of our quality accommodation. Further to this UEA boasts its own medical centre, books shop and social facilities which attract the best bands and acts that the country has to offer.
Recent investment in and around the campus has provided the university with the Sainsbury Centre which is our own on-site gallery for visual arts and The Sports park, a £30 million complex which offers facilities of an international standard that are unrivalled at any other British university.
Adjacent to the campus UEA benefits from collaboration with the world renowned Norwich Research Park. The Park incorporates the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, The John Innes Centre and the Institute of Food research. The scale of the park is reflected by the fact that it is one of Europe’s largest for research and development in the areas of plants, microbes, food, health, the environment and computing.
The university campus is home to eight en-suite residences and four non en-suite residences, which offer over 3,500 study bedrooms and guaranteed accommodation to all of our international students for the duration of their study.
The accommodation service at UEA was voted best in the UK by Whatuni Awards (2009) and offers a range of accommodation from £50.40 per week for a shared twin room to £95 per week for one of our new en-suite establishments.
Our accommodation service also offer students free internet access, cleaning services and the support of a Resident Tutor.
THE CITY OF NORWICH
The traditional English city of Norwich lies just a 15 minute bus ride from the UEA campus. Its historical significance as the second city of England over 800 years ago has left the city with a rich culture and heritage. With two cathedrals, a castle and countless churches and guildhalls the city centre itself is an excellent place for sightseeing.
However, this is not to say that Norwich is stuck in the past. The city boasts five theatres, four cinemas, countless music venues and an excellent mixture of restaurants and nightclubs. Add to this three shopping centers that make Norwich a key UK shopping destination, a championship football club and excellent water sports facilities it is clear that students at UEA have no shortage of options when it comes to recreation and relaxation.
For students who want to explore the UK the city has excellent road and rail links. Seaside towns are just 20 minutes by bus whilst the city of London is just 90 minutes on the train. With all of this it is easy to see why Norwich is not only the capital city of the region but has been cited as one of the coolest student cities in the UK (Virgin University Guide).
You can find out more about the city of Norwich, The University of East Anglia and our range of courses by visitingwww.uea.ac.uk/international. This site also provides contact details for our International Office, information on future visits by our members of staff and further information on how to apply.
Further to this you can find out more information on what it is like to be a student at UEA by emailing our current student ambassador for Russia via firstname.lastname@example.org.
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