What can you do between studies at the University of East Anglia (UEA)
There’s plenty to do on the UEA campus to ensure that you never get bored between studies.
Watch live music at The LCR – UEA’s popular venue for gigs, club nights, comedy and DJ sets – or head over to the Students' Union to join one of 200+ student-led clubs and societies (including cultural and international societies). Both options are great ways to make friends, but if you’re a little shy you can sign up for 'buddy|su'. This scheme matches you up to a current UEA student depending on your needs and interests. They’ll show you around and help you out.
Go to the Sportspark to join a sports club and take advantage of UEA’s incredible sports facilities. Whether you’re into rock climbing, martial arts, badminton, basketball, table tennis or football, there are facilities here to accommodate any sport you can think of. There’s even a Gymnastics and Trampolining Centre with foam-filled pits. Is anything more fun?!
Head over to the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts (SCVA) to explore the University’s collection of artwork with your new classmates. The permanent exhibitions are free to access, and the SCVA also stages ‘temporary’ exhibitions of artwork from well-known artists. Follow the outdoor sculpture trail around campus to discover striking works, such as a 1:42 model of Vladimir Tatlin’s ‘Monument to the Third International’ and three major bronze sculptures by Henry Moore.
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