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Seek advice from your school, college or career advisor or contact UEA – they’d love to talk you though the opportunities available to study there.
Clearing is the perfect time to revaluate your specified course. For inspiration, visit UEA’s Course Finder – a tool that allows you to browse its courses.
When you confirm you’d like to apply to UEA, track your choices through the UCAS Track system. Click ‘add Clearing choice’ and fill in the details.
The University of East Anglia (UEA) is a highly-ranked campus university set in acres of beautiful parkland on the outskirts of the thriving city of Norwich. UEA is consistently in the top 25 UK universities in the Complete University Guide 2017–2022. Its campus is designed to house everything students need for living and studying, and accommodation is guaranteed for first-years, subject to a few restrictions and conditions.
UEA is planning to welcome most students from 20 September, with its academic year starting on 27 September. During the 2019/20 academic year, UEA adapted quickly to deliver a new digital learning experience for its students with as much face-to-face, interactive teaching as safely and practicably possible – including small group teaching and workshops, one-to-one tutorials and practical labs and campus fieldwork sessions. Find out about UEA 2021 study via the New Student FAQs on the university’s website.