INTO UEA English lesson in classroom

Teachers at INTO University of East Anglia

Teaching for success at the University of East Anglia

Your teachers are all dedicated to their field, and many of INTO UEA's academic teachers have achieved a master's or PhD qualification.

They understand the challenges of studying in a new environment, and will help get you thinking 'the university way' from day one.

Rosalind Boote, Programme Manager – English for University Study and Pre-sessional English

Rosalind Boote

Programme Manager – English for University Study and Pre-sessional English

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"I have been involved in the English for University Study programme and Pre-sessional English programme for nearly ten years. We have a fantastic teaching team here who are dedicated to helping you achieve your goals."

Personal Tutor

At the beginning of your course you will be told who your Personal Tutor is, and you will meet them in your first week.

Your Personal Tutor will:

  • meet with you for tutorials throughout the year
  • help you to settle into the academic community
  • communicate your academic progress and provide you with guidance
  • be available to meet during set office/tutorial hours or by appointment
  • refer you to appropriate sources of academic and/or welfare support when required

Language and other support

Language advisers are available in the Centre to help students with a low level of English to communicate.

There is also a Chinese Language Support Officer (CLSO) who is dedicated to providing language support to Chinese students.

Other support on offer includes:

  • extra support classes in Maths are provided as a Drop-In Clinic where you will be able to review questions and examples
  • a weekly helpdesk session where you can ask questions and get academic support following lectures and seminars
  • online support
  • revision sessions
  • one-to-one teaching (at an additional cost)
INTO UEA teacher Paul Thompson

Paul Thompson

Programme Manager - International Foundation Business and Humanities

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  • MA TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language)
  • PGCE in Secondary School Teaching
  • DIP TEFLA (Teaching English as a Foreign Language to Adults)

"Having worked as a teacher in many countries, I (and my team) understand well the difficulties overseas students face in meeting the academic and other challenges here. We can help, and enjoy doing so, with any problem, large or small."