The University of East Anglia: achieve your academic ambitions
UEA is a thriving global community that supports you in discovering who you are and who you want to be, backed by excellent teaching, employability enhancement opportunities and the latest research into important global issues. Join this unique campus to make new connections for life and explore your passions in a place where you belong.
Why choose the University of East Anglia?
- Discover your dream career – benefit from work experience opportunities and links with industry, such as Aviva, Bloomberg, Claxton Engineering, IBM and Shell UK
- Research that makes an impact – the University of East Anglia has developed ground-breaking research projects, including undersea robots that silently monitor climate change
- Feel like you belong – a forward-thinking campus culture with 3,500+ international students from 100 countries
What are my course options at INTO UEA?
INTO University of East Anglia programmes will prepare you for undergraduate or postgraduate study at the University of East Anglia, supporting you in improving your English skills and achieving the grades you need to progress to a degree.
Popular courses at INTO University of East Anglia:
- Business, Economics, Society and Culture – progress to one of 100+ undergraduate degrees in business, management or accounting at the AMBA and AACSB accredited Norwich Business School.
- Pharmacy, Health and Life Sciences – progress to one of 70+ undergraduate degrees at the Schools of Health Sciences, Biological Sciences, Pharmacy or another school within the Faculty of Science.
- International Development with Media – progress to Year 2 of an undergraduate degree in international development.
- Psychology – progress to Year 2 of a three-year undergraduate degree in a range of psychology disciplines.
- Business, Economics and Social Sciences – prepare for a postgraduate degree at UEA in just one or two semesters.
Your progression to the University of East Anglia is guaranteed if you successfully complete your INTO programme and meet the requirements for your degree. As well as A levels through the INTO Newton A level Programme, we also offer:
Where will I study at the University?
You will study on UEA’s campus – a vibrant and inspiring place to live and learn that is designed as a mini-city for students. You’ll initially be based at the INTO Centre which has all the facilities you need for a great study experience.Explore the INTO centre
What's life like in Norwich for students?
Norwich is a favourite student city in the UK, home to hundreds of creative businesses, stylish shops, quirky pubs and international restaurants. Just two miles from the University of East Anglia’s campus, it doesn’t take long to embrace city life. You will discover:
- several Chinese, Asian and international supermarkets, plus a huge variety of international restaurants
- live music acts performing at The Waterfront, run by UEA’s Students’ Union, featuring different types of music
- major events such as the Norfolk and Norwich Festival, where you’ll find stunning theatrical acts and comedy shows
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How will INTO UEA support me?
When you arrive at the INTO Centre, the Student Services team will help you get used to life in Norwich. Our Social and Welfare officers have an open-door policy and will be there to:
- put on social events to help you make new friends
- help you renew your visa
- assist you in booking trips away
- provide extra support for students under the age of 18
- offer guidance if you have personal problems
Where will I live at the University of East Anglia?
You will live in the INTO Centre on the University of East Anglia’s campus. You will have a choice of:
- INTO accommodation – a private single bedroom with private shower facilities and shared kitchen facilities
- INTO accommodation with Meal Plan – a private single bedroom with private shower facilities, a shared kitchen and two meals cooked for you each day in the INTO Café and Restaurant
- Homestay – a private bedroom in a local host’s home in Norwich