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University of East Anglia UEA

1,480 University of East Anglia UEA reviews

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Student rating
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(4.2)
  • University of East Anglia UEA
CK
Chelsee Keenan
Aged 18-24 years
First gen student
1 review
SECOND YEAR

Nursing (Adult) BSc (Hons)

University rating (5)

Joining during covid, so not having the ability to meet new people as I lived at home.

Reviewed: 28 March 2022
A
Adam
Aged 18-24 years
1 review
THIRD YEAR

History BA (Hons)

University rating (4)

Library is brilliant, has a wealth of seating area, is kept very warm during winter months. That being said the staff at the LCR are not brilliant. And some of the admin side of things can take weeks to resolve.

Reviewed: 28 March 2022
HG
Hollie Garrard
Aged 25-34 years
First gen student
1 review
FIRST YEAR

PhD Postgraduate Research in Pharmacy

University rating (4)

Organisation Pebblepad

Reviewed: 28 March 2022
SM
Sophie Manning
Aged 18-24 years
1 review
THIRD YEAR

Energy Engineering BEng (Hons)

University rating (4)

The accommodation is fairly old and isn’t as nice as a lot of other universities.

Reviewed: 27 March 2022
Y
Yaroslav
1 review
FIRST YEAR

MSc Natural Product Drug Discovery

University rating (4)

The best is highly natural surrounding of the campus - lake, forests, fields, a lot of animals everywhere. Amazing, picturesque environment with a lot of outdoors activities and place to walk. Research facilities in the field of science are one of the greatest in the UK. You receive all you need to successfully complete your research in chemistry, pharmacy, biology, etc., as well as help in managing the equipment. Drawbacks concerns student accomodation. Some rooms' aspects interfere with comfortable everyday activities, e.g. always closing fire doors, out of order lifts, safety locks on windows (imagine to live there in summer), inability to access the hoover due to the safety reasons (it will surely suck you in!), absence of 24/7 working medical emergency unit (if the accident happen at the weekend, you will have to take a taxi to the hospital, though the university emergency team will help you with quick first help). Good side of accommodation is noise-proof (except from noisy drunk students, who you can hear from windows).

Reviewed: 27 March 2022
LP
Lauren Pereira
Aged 35-44 years
First gen student
1 review
SECOND YEAR

Pharmacology and Drug Discovery with Foundation Year BSc (Hons)

University rating (5)

Great support all round

Reviewed: 25 March 2022
JW
Jada Wallace - Mitchell
1 review
FIRST YEAR

Drama and Creative Writing BA (Hons)

University rating (5)

The campus is stunning and I think it does a great job of creating a community. I do think that the campus accommodation needs updating, particularly the village accommodation

Reviewed: 25 March 2022
SW
Sophia Wilson
1 review
FIRST YEAR

Medicine MB BS

University rating (4)

Best: great location, close to the countryside

Reviewed: 25 March 2022
MB
Moyo Bilewu
1 review
FIRST YEAR

Law with Criminology LLB (Hons)

University rating (3)

-if you like the city it’s a real change of environment -transport is difficult -some modern areas -alright sports facilities -vibrant night life with various clubbing events

Reviewed: 25 March 2022
LH
Laura Howard
Aged 25-34 years
First gen student
1 review
FIRST YEAR

Nursing (Mental Health) BSc (Hons)

University rating (5)

The university grounds are beautiful, lovely places to walk and chill with friends. The buildings and classrooms are sometimes outdated but it helps give the university personality. The food on campus is generally good, and the coffee is great! All the staff who work on campus are lovely as well. The university is a great place to meet new peope, and do activities that you enjoy, with the many clubs and societies there is something for everyone. The library is a fantastic place to study and they have a great choice of books both in the library and online, the library staff and very helpful as well. He library is set out great so you can chat to your friends and grab a coffee whilst working or sit in a quiet area to focus. There is alot to do and see around campus, it is easy to access whether by bus, car, park or ride. If you live close its a nice walk or bike ride. The students support has been great so far, chances to catch up with your personal advisors and places to go if you need extra help or support. Brilliant atmosphere and brilliant place to learn. But as stated before some buildings and classrooms can do with being updated as some parts look very washed out and old.

Reviewed: 24 March 2022
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