INTO UEA accommodation students socialising in kitchen

Accommodation at INTO UEA

A range of accommodation options

High-quality accommodation makes it easier to study well and enjoy student life. During your time with INTO, you can choose from:

  1. our fantastic, purpose-built INTO student residence in the heart of the UEA campus
  2. carefully selected homestay accommodation in or near the University or city of Norwich

You'll also be guaranteed accommodation in university halls of residence for your first year at UEA after your INTO course.

1. INTO Centre student residence

The INTO Centre offers modern, purpose-built on-site accommodation. It has everything a student could need for comfortable living and studying, including 24/7 support from on-site residential staff.

Available on either a catered or self-catered basis, this gives international students a chance to live as part of a vibrant, wecloming university community.

Details

All INTO bedrooms are fully-furnished and include:

  • a single-study bedroom with an en suite shower room
  • a communal kitchen with cooking and food storage facilities
  • lifts to all floors
  • designated wheelchair-accessible rooms situated near lifts and entrances
  • free wireless internet access
  • 24/7 support services from residential staff
  • access to laundry facilities, vending machines and bicycle storage
  • a bedding pack including a single quilt, one quilt cover, a single sheet, one pillow, and one pillow case
  • cleaning services with bed linen changed every two weeks and the room cleaned once per week

There are also relaxation areas throughout the INTO Centre for your enjoyment, including an outdoor communal courtyard.

Options

Four options are available:

  • option 1 - en suite single room, no meals
  • option 2 - en suite single room, with meal plan
  • option 3 - twin room, no meals
  • option 4 - twin room, with meal plan

Please note that only a limited number of twin rooms are also available - please contact [email protected] for more details.

All meals are served in our on-site restaurant, including breakfast and the option of lunch or an evening meals seven days a week, and offers great value for money. If you decide not to choose the meal plan, you can still purchase meals in the restaurant with cash or your credit or debit card.

24/7 residential support

Your wellbeing and safety is very important to us, and we realise that this may be your first time living away from home. That is why our accommodation has night porters and student welfare officers who are on hand to answer questions, offer support, and organise social activities.

Costs

International Foundation, International Year One, and International Graduate Diploma

Start date En suite,
no meals
En suite, with meals Twin room, no meals Twin room, with meals
January 2017
start (3 terms)
£6,930 £9,240 £5,016 £7,326
July 2017
start (4 terms)
£9,870 £13,160 £7,144 £10,434
September 2017
start (3 terms)
£7,560 £10,080 £5,472 £7,992
October 2017
start (4 terms)
£9,870 £13,160 £7,144 £10,434
January 2018
start (3 terms)
£6,930 £9,240 £5,016 £7,326

English for University Study and Study Abroad with English

Start date En suite,
no meals
En suite, with meals Twin room, no meals Twin room, with meals
October 2016, January, April and July 2017 start £2,310 per term £3,080 per term £1,672 per term
£2,442 per term

The prices are for one term only. Vacation weeks in between terms are extra and will be charged at the weekly accommodation price.


Pre-sessional English

Course length En suite,
no meals
En suite, with meals Twin room, no meals Twin room, with meals
16 weeks -
May 2017 start
£3,360 £4,480 £2,432 £3,552
12 weeks -
June 2017 start
£2,520 £3,360 £1,824 £2,664
8 weeks -
July 2017 start
£1,680 £2,240 £1,216 £1,776
6 weeks -
August 2017 start
£1,260 £1,680 £912 £1,332
4 weeks -
August 2017 start
£840 £1,120 £608 £888

Weekly accommodation prices

En suite,
no meals
En suite,
with meals
Twin room,
no meals
Twin room,
with meals
£210 per week £280 per week £152 per week £222 per week

2. Homestay

INTO UEA has a network of carefully selected hosts who welcome international students into their homes.

This is a unique opportunity to live and experience British life and culture first-hand, improving your English in a comfortable environment.

Details

Facilities include:

  • a single bedroom
  • shared breakfast and evening meals
  • access to all household facilities
  • laundry service once per week
Costs

International Foundation, International Year One, and International Graduate Diploma

Start date Cost
January 2017 start (3 terms) £6,930
July 2017 start (4 terms) £9,870
September 2017 start (3 terms) £7,560
October 2017 start (4 terms) £9,870
January 2018 start (3 terms) £6,930

English for University Study and Study Abroad with English

Start date Cost
October 2016, January, April and July 2017 start £2,310
per term

The prices are for one term only. Vacation weeks in between terms are extra and will be charged at the weekly accommodation price.


Pre-sessional English

Course length Cost
16 weeks - May 2017 start £3,360
12 weeks - June 2017 start £2,520
8 weeks - July 2017 start £1,680
6 weeks - August 2017 start £1,260
4 weeks - August 2017 start £840

Weekly accommodation costs

Homestay - half board
£210 per week
Elizabeth Kalu

Elizabeth Kalu
from Nigeria

"I love the accommodation - I wish that
I could keep my room when I go on to university.
Even when I went home during the Easter break
I was missing my room here!"

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Meet Elizabeth Kalu from Nigeria, who graduated with a 2:! in BSc Biomedicine from UEA

How do you like studying at INTO UEA?

I really like studying at INTO! I like the way the teachers teach here and I like how they use online learning. We have access to a system called Blackboard, where you can find notes from your lectures and also things like exam regulations, study tips and educational videos. It’s really good!

What are the teachers like?

The teachers here are very helpful. They take their time to explain what you don’t understand. We have helpdesk sessions, where we can discuss with our teachers any subjects that we have found difficult. They are very helpful.

What’s your favourite memory from your time at INTO so far?

The people I’ve met here, my new friends. They’re very interesting - people that you can relate to. There’s a balance - it’s not all fun, or all reading, but just right.

What’s the best thing about studying at INTO UEA?

Definitely the accommodation! I love the accommodation - I wish that I could keep my room when I go on to university. Even when I went home during the Easter break I was missing my room here!

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