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- Students are guaranteed a room on campus in their first year, subject to a few restrictions and conditions: please refer to the university website for details.
- Just like the campus, student accommodation at UEA has been designed to help students make the most of their time at university, creating a great sense of community in a safe, friendly and fun place to live. Students could choose to live in the iconic Ziggurats, or in its most recent addition, the en-suite Hickling and Barton houses.
- 4,300 fully furnished rooms are available, the majority being single-occupancy rooms grouped around a shared kitchen. Rents are affordable, and there's free Wi-Fi.
- The campus is on 200 hectares of natural parkland – yet Norwich city centre is just a 20-minute bus ride away.
|Self-Catered||from £77 to £164 per week|
The costs above are for the academic year 2019/20
- Norwich is a vibrant city offering a mix of independent businesses alongside a thriving high street, and rich history combined with art and culture. The first UNESCO City of Literature, Norwich boasts a world-class creative scene and the city is brimming with energy, full of unique cafés, restaurants, bars and shops.
- As well as being within easy reach of London and Cambridge, it is just a short drive to the beautiful North Norfolk coast.
Nightlife and Culture
- UEA and Norwich city centre have everything students need, with multiple places to eat, drink and socialise – along with music, comedy, theatre and art. Two live music venues managed by the Student Union – Nick Rayns LCR and the Waterfront – host regular live music and gigs, and there is a thriving nightlife scene in Norwich city centre.
- Along with art-house cinema there are touring West End and international theatre productions and a thriving creative scene. Cinema City is an independent cinema showing art-house movies as well as mainstream films, while Odeon and Vue cinemas in Norwich city centre show all the Hollywood blockbusters. The Theatre Royal and Norwich Playhouse host major productions, and up-and-coming comedians appear at the Red Card Comedy Club. For those passionate about art or history, there are a number of museums and galleries including Norwich Castle Museum, the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts (SCVA), and the Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell to name just a few.
- Norwich City Football Club is the main football team, owned by celebrity chef Delia Smith and based at Carrow Road; and UEA's campus Sportspark is nationally recognised by Sport England for having excellent facilities.
- Norwich is located in the heart of East Anglia, approximately 1 hour from Cambridge and 2 hours by train to London. It has its own international airport and great transport links.
- A good local bus network operates in the area, and a variety of tickets can be purchased on the bus or via the bus station.
- National Express coaches travel to Norwich from major cities several times daily, with journeys from London taking around 3 hours. Norwich’s Bus Station houses an information desk, café, secure cycle storage and comfortable waiting facilities.