The University of East Anglia (UEA) is an internationally renowned university situated in an award-winning 320 acre EcoCampus just two miles from the centre of the historic cathedral city of Norwich, and within two hours of London. With internationally renowned faculties of study in Arts and Humanities, Medicine and Health Sciences, Science and Social Sciences, the University enjoys worldwide recognition for its academic achievements and attracts students from over 120 countries to study on campus.
The University was founded in the 1963 and gained its Royal Charter in 1964. It has a student population of over 15,000, of whom around 2,500 are from outside the UK. UEA is consistently ranked in the top 20 for most academic subjects. The University has been voted in the top 5 amongst mainstream English Universities for Student Satisfaction for 10 years running. The University is part of the Norwich Research Park, home to over 1,000 scientists working in several world ranked institutions.
UEA Campus offers a wide range of shops and services including a supermarket, post office, bookshop, ticket agency, a major bank, six cafes/restaurants, a nursery and the University medical centre with a dentist and pharmacy. The Campus also includes the £30 million Sportspark and Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts. The University library provides its students with 800,000 books and journals, 1,000 study places and 1,000 computers. There is 24 hour access to a large number of networked PCs and wireless internet access is available for laptop users. In addition to studying, UEA students can participate in over 200 clubs and societies or enjoy the vibrant culture of the campus, including literary festivals, theatrical performances, live music and the international ‘Going Global’ week.
The University of East Anglia (UEA) is ranked within the:
· Teaching Excellence Framework: Gold
· The Complete University Guide 2020: 21st
· The Times/Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020: 23rd
· Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020: 192nd
· Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020 for research citations: 44th
Norwich is a buzzing historic city, full of culture and diversity. You have all the benefits of a big city such as the varied shopping, restaurants and leisure activities like bowling, theatres, cinemas and pubs. Despite all these big city perks, you can still get around town much more easily. What’s more, you have the pleasure of having more than 15 beaches within a 1 hour car drive from the city centre, or if you’re looking for something closer, the Norfolk Broads, a network of rivers and lakes that runs through the whole county, where you can hop on a boat and take a trip around the city centre or countryside. On top of everything that Norwich has to offer the cost of living remains low, making it a really wonderful place to live.
By choosing to study at UEA, you’ll be living in Norwich, one of the UK’s safest, happiest and most beautiful cities. It’s a fantastic mix of new and old England, with traditional markets, plenty of friendly pubs and a stunning cathedral that towers above it all. The University's location is perfect, with the option to walk, cycle or take a short bus ride to the city centre. When studying in Norwich you will find lots to do, and a wide range of food including delicious Chinese and international food.
- Teaching Excellence Framework: Gold
- The Complete University Guide 2020: 21st
- The Times/Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020: 23rd
- Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020: 192nd
- Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020 for research citations: 44th
Postgraduate Taught UEA Thailand Award
- Nationality: Thailand
- Level of Study: Postgraduate
- Meet Entry Requirements: £3000
- 1st Class Equivalent: £5000
- Intake: Feb 2021