- Ranked 34th in the UK and 239th in the world (QS 2015/16).
- Leading member of the Norwich Research Group
- Notable alumni include, Sir Paul Nurse – Nobel Prize winner and President of the Royal Society, Topou VI – current King of Tonga as well as Ian McEwan, Kazuo Ishiguro and Anne Enright – Booker prize-winning authors
The University of East Anglia is an increasingly popular campus-based university, just a couple of miles from the centre of Norwich. The university consistently makes the top 10 in the national student satisfaction survey and came third in the latest Times Higher Education student experience survey. The student union was also voted the best student venue in the country by the music industry’s Live! Magazine, and top student union in the latest WhatUni student choice awards.
UEA boasts excellent sporting facilities, bars and cafes, and the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, not to mention some striking 1960s architecture. It prides itself on being at the forefront of green awareness, and is meeting its energy needs via its on-campus biomass generating plant. Of those who graduated in 2011-12, 92% were employed or in education six months after gaining their degree.
UEA and Canada
The University of East Anglia (UEA) is a campus based university with a student population of 17,000 and is home to more than 4000 International and EU students from over 120 countries.
Students studying for Canadian High School or Secondary School Diplomas, usually completing study in the twelfth grade will be considered for entry to our undergraduate degree programmes. Most courses will require an overall score of between 70 and 80%. For some disciplines students with a slightly lower average percentage may be considered. Holders of a good Honours degree or equivalent, will be considered for entry to graduate study.
Colleges and Schools
The University of East Anglia (UEA) is organised into four Faculties, with multiple Schools and Disciplines.
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For information on international student fees (non-EU), click here.
UEA offers a range of International Scholarships. Click here to learn more.
Over 17,000 students and 3,700 staff.
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Guaranteed for eligible first-years. All accommodation is self-catering and most is based on campus.
Open seven days a week, library services include more than 800,000 volumes of books and journals, a range of electronic resources and an extensive audiovisual collection.
Sportspark boasts three additional seven-a-side, state-of-the-art soccer pitches and an Olympic gymnastics centre. There’s also a 50-metre Olympic pool, an athletics track, an indoor arena, squash and tennis courts, a climbing wall, a fitness centre and dance studios. There is a main social centre, The Square, and a new £26m enterprise centre is opened this year.
The campus is walkable from Norwich city centre, though there’s a 24-hour bus service and good cycle paths throughout the campus. It’s a two-hour trip by road or rail to London. Norwich international airport is nearby and Stansted 90 minutes away.
Living in Norwich
Norwich stands alone. Its geographical separation from the spreading sameness of other English cities has infused it with a rich character all of its own, an invigorating mix of past and present; of openness and offbeat charm.
It’s a city where an unrivalled collection of heritage landmarks, spanning 1,000 years of history, blends beautifully with striking 21st century architecture. A city alive with an inclusive atmosphere, compact enough to make you feel at home in days, but with enough sights, local delights and cultural vibrancy to entertain you for weeks.