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With its striking modern campus, enthusiastic atmosphere and willingness to explore new ideas, the University of East Anglia is a dynamic place to live and study. It has an intimate and friendly atmosphere that provides you with the space and conditions to explore new ideas and interests.

Choosing UEA has many other obvious benefits; the campus is built on 320 acres of parkland on the outskirts of the medieval city of Norwich - an historic and vibrant city. This outstanding location, coupled with the architectural flair of the campus itself, make UEA a special place to study.

UEA has an international reputation for top quality research and teaching in a wide range of subject areas. The majority of our departments which have undergone external teaching quality assessments have achieved “excellent” ratings, and the last research assessment exercise placed UEA among the top research universities in the UK, with 80 per cent of our academic staff working in units rated as being of international or national excellence. The University currently has externally-funded research projects worth approximately £85 million.

The Faculty has an international reputation for its research and teaching.
This work is conducted in nine Schools of study:

  • American Studies
  • Film and Television Studies
  • History
  • Language, Linguistics and Translation Studies
  • Literature and Creative Writing
  • Music
  • Philosophy
  • Political, Social and International Studies
  • World Art Studies and Museology

Each of these Schools offers high quality taught degrees at Undergraduate and Masters level, as well as Research degrees supervised by a team of academics who are at the forefront of their disciplines.

At Masters level, the Faculty offers a wide range of degree programmes in a variety of different areas for a full list, please visit our website at

The Creative Arts

  • Comparative Literature
  • Creative Writing
  • Film Studies
  • Film Studies with Archiving
  • Life Writing
  • Literary Translation
  • Modernism
  • Studies in Fiction
  • Theatre and Development
  • Theatre Direction

Cultural and Media Studies

  • American Studies and Film Studies
  • Applied Translation Studies
  • Communication and Language Studies
  • Culture and Communication
  • Cultural Politics
  • Cultural Heritage
  • Linguistics, Society and Culture
  • Music Performance Studies
  • Museology


  • American History
  • Early Modern History
  • Histories of Art
  • History of Medicine
  • Medieval History
  • Modern History
International, Political and Philosophical Studies
  • American Studies
  • International Relations
  • International Relations and Asia-Pacific Studies
  • International Relations and Development Studies
  • Politics
  • Social Philosophy
  • Social and Political Theory

Undergraduate Studies

The Schools in the Faculty also run a large number of broad-based, high quality under-graduate programmes. You can choose between degrees with a single focus, or combined and interdisciplinary degrees which bring together expertise from different fields of study - for a full list, please visit our website at

Research Degrees

We welcome applicants for research degrees in all areas within the Faculty: American Studies; Film and Television Studies; History; Language, Linguistics and Translation Studies; Literature and Creative Writing; Music; Philosophy; Political, Social and International Studies; World Art Studies and Museology

Bursaries & Scholarships

The University of East Anglia provides annu-ally over £500,000 through the International Scholarship Fund (ISF) - managed by the International Office. Qualifying applicants will be considered for a 50% tuition-fee scholar-ship, outstanding candidates will be consid-ered for enhanced scholarships. Individual Schools also award further bursaries and scholarships.

Further information on all these degree programmes, the University, and many other details, please visit our website (, from where you can also request a prospectus. Or you can contact us directly:

University of East Anglia,
Norwich, NR4 7TJ, UK
tel: (+44) (0) 1603 456161
fax: (+44) (0) 1603 458553


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