University of East Anglia
University of East Anglia

About the Program

The University of East Anglia is situated on the outskirts of the medieval city of Norwich which is the perfect combination of cosmopolitan and small town atmosphere. With a friendly environment, you’ll have a true sense of community and no shortage of activities as UEA is home to the country’s biggest university sports complex and an active student’s union with over 100 clubs and societies.

You’ll study in a location where medieval mixes with modern. Explore along riverside walkways, gardens and parks, and museums and galleries or catch a show at the Theater Royal. Many of the ancient buildings of Norwich now serve as shops, restaurants, and cinemas.

Areas of studies are great for liberal arts majors.

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Dates and Deadlines


Requirements

Minimum GPA 3.0

Subject Areas

Best Suited

Biology Ecological and Environmental Studies
Creative Writing Psychology
History Political Science
Marketing Management
Education Economics
Chemistry Film and Media
Theater  

Other Subjects

Art History Biochemistry
Business Biophysics
Botany Communications
Computer Science Earth Science (Geology)
Ecology Environmental Science
Computer Engineering Electronic Engineering
English Film Studies
French German
International Relations Mathematics
Microbiology Music
Philosophy Sociology
Spanish Social Work
   
   
   

Course Load

3 Classes



Academic Calendar

Fall Semester:

Arrivals Day:  September 18

Welcome Week:  September 20-24

Semester:  September 27 – December 17 (fall-only exchangers, make arrangements to take final exams)

Christmas Break:  December 18 – January 16

Spring Semester:

Arrivals Day:  expected to be January 13, not yet confirmed

Orientation:  expected to be January 13-15, not yet confirmed

Semester:  January 17 – May 21

Spring Break:  March 26 – April 24

Assessment Period:  May 23 – June 17

Timeline for January 2021 Arrivals     (to be confirmed)

For more, visit the Academic Calendar.

 

Full-Time Enrollment

UMaine students must be registered for 50-60 credits each semester.

Academics

Exchange students are required to enroll in a full load of credits. Full-time enrollment is 60 UEA credit units per semester (or 120 credits for an academic year), with most individual modules, or courses, valued at 20 credits, depending on the Faculty of Study. Generally, students enroll in 3 modules per semester. It is not possible to enroll in more than 60 credits in a single semester.

Undergraduate programs at the University of East Anglia are made up of three levels:

UEA Course Level UMaine Course Level
Level 4 100 and 200
Level 5 300
Level 3 or 6 400
Level 7 Graduate courses

 

Transfer credit:

20 UEA credits = 5 UMaine credits

10 UEA credits = 2.5 UMaine credits


Grading Scale

UEA grade UK Grade – Honors Class ECTS grade UMaine grade
70 – 100% First (1) A A
65 – 69% Upper Second (2.1) B A-
60 – 64% Upper Second (2.1) B B+
55 – 59% Lower Second (2.2) C B
50 – 54% Lower Second (2.2) C B-
40 – 49% Third D C
0 – 39% Fail F F

Budget

Estimated budget for a Fall semester at the University of East Anglia.

Estimated budget for a Spring semester at the University of East Anglia.

Housing

UEA guarantees campus accommodation to all UMaine exchange students. Accommodation in all University residences is self-catering (i.e., no meal plan). Each residence contains several fully-furnished, centrally-heated, single-occupancy rooms grouped around a shared kitchen. Kitchens come equipped with a fridge, freezer and oven or microwave; and residents provide their own cooking utensils, crockery, and cutlery. Students also provide their own linens, or bedding packs can be purchased from the Accommodation Office. Watch the UEA Campus Life video.


Summer Program

*Summer Program 2020*

Undergraduate International Summer School modules:

  • Branding, Advertising, and Digital Marketing
  • Global Media and Communications Law
  • Creative Writing
  • Additional Credit:  Personal and Professional Development

Visit the International Summer School for more information on the summer programs offered at UEA.

Health Insurance

Students attending UEA for more than six months are eligible for free National Health Service (NHS) care, but students with pre-existing medical conditions may wish to obtain private health insurance, as well as students attending for less than six months. The UEA has a Medical Centre on campus.