There are hundreds of options for postgraduate students looking for a taught degree, across the full range of subjects offered in the four major faculties. Students who choose a postgrad degree at UEA will enjoy being taught by expert lecturers, with small class sizes ensuring that everyone gets more one on one contact time.
Students will also have access to the physical and digital library with ample resources to allow for the right balance between seminars, lectures and self-driven learning.
Anyone interested in a taught degree at UEA can browse the full range of courses available online, including the individual entry requirements for those courses.
There are around 1,400 research students at UEA. UEA’s Graduate Schools and partnerships in doctoral training provide specialist training and expertise to give students the academic and transferable skills they’ll need to enhance their prospects, whatever their chosen career path. Postgraduate researchers have opportunities to work at the heart of active research teams, challenging boundaries on the global issues we face today.
UEA provides each student with two academic supervisors to ensure they are fully supported in their research environment. Students will also have the opportunity to work within a team of researchers, broadening their support network and opening up collaboration opportunities.
Similarly, UEA has the internationally-renowned Norwich Research Park on its doorstep, which includes the John Innes Centre, The Quadram Institute Bioscience, the BBSRC Earlham Institute, and The Sainsbury Laboratory.
Prospective students can discover more about postgraduate research life and the opportunities available by going to the UEA website.
Select courses at UEA are available for distance learning for some or all modules, ideal for international students who wish to enrol without traveling to the UK or for any students who wish to undertake a placement during their studies without interrupting them.
Distance learning involves online tuition support and remote access to the university’s digital library and resources. Students may still be required to attend in-person interviews or events related to their course, but all details will be made clear before students enrol.
Students can find out if their chosen course is available for distance learning through the UEA website or by contacting the university directly.
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