University of East Anglia2014 League Table Ranking 20
2014 Overall Score 795
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Student Accommodation at University of East Anglia
Accommodation Costs *
|Typical annual cost of university/college accommodation||£2,300–£4,200|
|Typical annual cost of private accommodation||£3,200–£4,000|
|Number of university/college beds||3,550|
- UEA offers some of the best value student accommodation when comparing prices across the country’s top 30 universities.
- All first year, full-time undergraduates (unless already living locally within 12 miles from UEA), and all first year full-time international (non-EU) postgraduates are guaranteed a place in residences (NB: conditions apply).
- Our self-catering accommodation blocks are available across UEA’s single-site campus. Residences are fully-furnished, centrally heated, and more than half of the 3,500 rooms have en suite facilities.
- The building of a further 231-bed state-of-the-art residence will begin from June 2013 as part of a £58-million programme of investment in UEA’s campus.
- The University’s oldest residences – the iconic Ziggurats – are now grade 2 listed buildings and have undergone recent extensive refurbishment.
- Each residence has at least one Senior Resident to offer support to students.
- All study bedrooms are connected to the University’s computer network for free and fast access to the internet.
- Support in finding Accommodation to suit different needs is available from the University’s Accommodation Service and the Student Union’s Welfare and “Homerun” Service.
- Campus rents range from £59.50 a week for a standard twin room, through to £236.18 a week for the premier accommodation range. Students have up to 10 different options including shared or en suite facilities to choose from. All include a housekeeping service (cleaning).
- UEA-owned accommodation in the City of Norwich rents are around £68.04 a week for a room in a shared house (excluding utility bills).
- See www.uea.ac.uk/accommodation/accommodation-options for all available options and download our Campus Life and Accommodation Guide.
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* KIS/HESA interquartile range, academic year 2012–13. An interquartile range has been used to provide an average cost per university. This is calculated by putting the costs of every room available (for a particular university or college) in order from the lowest to the highest; the most expensive costs (the top 25%) and the least expensive costs (bottom 25%) are then ignored, leaving the interquartile range (i.e. the middle 50%).
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