Why study an Arts course at the University of East Anglia?

UEA’s Faculty of Arts and Humanities has a great reputation for creative and innovative research, with high student satisfaction for drama, film and television studies and the history of art.

  • 4th in the UK for research output in Communication, Cultural and Media Studies (Research Excellence Framework 2014).
  • Globally-recognised as a pioneer in the field of film and television studies, UEA has one of the oldest centres dedicated to the subject with facilities including an industry-standard film and television studio and media suite.
  • Drama students can undertake industry placements and receive hands-on experience in the University’s student-run theatre company, Minotaur.
  • History of art is taught in the University’s renowned art gallery, the Sainsbury Centre, surrounded by famous artwork.
  • Graduates of arts courses at UEA have gone on to start careers in cultural heritage, film and TV, publicity, publishing and social media.
Top 20 in the UK for Communication and Media Studies (The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020)

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