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More about the INTO Centre

A fantastic space to live and study

The INTO Study Centre is your first point of call for any issues, questions, or concerns. It's also where you'll take lessons in our modern classrooms, IT laboratories, and science laboratories.

The Centre is linked directly to your accommodation, so you’re only ever a few minutes away from your class, social spaces to relax with friends, and the fantastic INTO restaurant.

Extra safety and security

As part of the INTO Newton A-level Programme you'll benefit from extra security precautions.

You'll live in an exclusive part INTO's residential accommodation, reserved just for students under the age of 18. This area can only be accessed by residents and staff, who are on call 24 hours a day should you ever need assistance.

Parents can also relax, as all students under 18 must seek permission from their personal tutor if they wish to stay out after a nightly curfew.

And students are never allowed to stay away from the INTO Centre overnight, unless parental permission has been obtained in advance by their personal tutor.

Everything you need to succeed

The INTO Centre has everything you need to secure the best A-level grades possible.

£38 million investment in the latest facilities

You'll find the best teachers and amenities to ensure your success. INTO has invested £38 million on the latest facilities including:

  • two IT laboratories
  • three modern science laboratories
  • state-of-the-art language labs
  • a multipurpose lecture theatre
  • spacious teaching rooms with interactive whiteboards and touchscreen smart pads
  • comfortable social spaces to relax with friends
  • free high-speed wireless internet throughout

You'll also have access to UEA's 800,000-volume library.

Learning Resource Centre

The Learning Resource Centre is where you'll find support materials, such as books, CDs, DVDs, journals, and newspapers. Here you can print out study notes and scan in learning materials. And state-of-the-art touchscreen computers give you access to the University's online facilities and e-journals.

Can't find what you're looking for? Our friendly staff will provide advice and training to help you make the most of what's available, including:

  • computers for self-study
  • language resources
  • national and local periodicals, replenished weekly
  • laptops to borrow overnight

You can download lecture notes and other useful course content from UEA's virtual learning environment, and take part in online discussions with teachers and classmates.

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