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The University of East Anglia (UEA) is a research-driven university located in Norwich, with an international reputation for excellence and over 15,000 students comprising a diverse community representing over 80 countries worldwide. Around 25% of students are postgraduates.
The university is part of Norwich Research Park, one of the largest research communities in Europe, conducting pioneering work into some of the most progressive current fields of research including environmental, health and plant science.
The UEA campus has superb academic facilities and a wide selection of food and drinks vendors. The site also contains a book shop, a bank, launderette, post office, GP clinic and even a bike shop, ensuring that students have everything they need within a five-minute walk of their on-site accommodation.
Additional facilities include the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, which overlooks the campus’ central lake. This view is also shared by students living in the iconic Ziggurat halls of residence, designed by award-winning architect Denys Lasden, and the Enterprise Centre which has the accolade of Britain’s greenest building.
Norwich itself has a great blend of historic and contemporary sites and experiences. It is England’s first UNESCO City of Literature, hosting an international Literary Festival which attracts world-renowned authors, many of which are alumni of the university’s Creative Writing programme.
The Complete University Guide 2023 ranks UEA within the top 30 in the UK.
University of East Anglia UEA students on Postgraduate Search say:
“Overall, UEA not only offers a great education but also values you as an individual too. After experiencing the life here, I realised I made a great pick for my master's degree.”
“The UEA campus is surrounded by parks and a lake, giving you a perfect place to go in-depth in your study period without worrying about the noisy and stressful moments of big cities”
“Norwich is a perfect place to be a student in.”
UEA offers a range of both taught courses and research degrees.
Postgraduate taught student at UEA will be taught by lecturers who are experts in their field, and will be given access to state-of-the-art facilities that have been internationally recognised for their quality.
Students who choose to study a research degree are in safe hands. They certainly won’t be alone either, as there’s around 1,400 other research students currently studying at the university.
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