Latest student news Latest student news

New course for aspiring PE teachers

New two-year course to give Year 11 leavers the opportunity to kick-start their careers in sport.

Students daring to speak up

What do Scottish independence, mental health and climate change have in common? They’re all topics being forensically examined in the Dare to Speak Up Political Speech competition later this week.

Volleyball team brings home national trophy

UEA’s Women’s volleyball team stormed to victory in the National Student Cup final securing the win against University of Leeds.

Save the date for the 2020 Norwich Science Festival

Organisers of the award-winning Norwich Science Festival have revealed this year’s dates for the ever-popular celebration of science and curiosity.

COVID-19 (coronavirus) travel advice

Please read for a summary of travel advice from Public Health England and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Spotlight on... University Mental Health Day

Thursday 5 March is University Mental Health Day - Student Services and uea(su) are running events throughout the day, including a Q&A with the VC.

I like to move it, move it with the UEA+Moves app

Get active and earn rewards with the new UEA activity tracking app.

Student mental health conference

Staff and students are invited to a conference around improving student mental health, which has been organised by UEA and Cambridge University.

UEA academics at the forefront of coronavirus advice

As news of the new coronavirus continues to dominate global headlines, experts at UEA have helped spread good evidence-based advice and commentary via the media.

Academics help businesses solve ‘productivity puzzle’

A new initiative involving UEA, which will look how business could increase productivity during a time of financial uncertainty, could help industry in the East.  

Student chops his way to European competition

UEA student Elliot Dronfield has fought his way to a prestigious karate competition to compete against some of the best martial arts fighters in Europe.

New Science Building up for social impact award

UEA’s New Science Building has been nominated for a local award which recognises buildings’ positive contribution to society.

Quadram Institute appoints research group leader

Professor Martin Warren has been appointed as the new lead for the Quadram Institute’s Food Innovation and Health science programme.

Home of the Wonderful: Enlitened

Starting today, students are sharing every week what makes UEA wonderful to them - and we're starting with the Enlitened app. Ambassador Anne Pagan explains why free hoodies + cute owls = mental wellbeing

Norwich Science Festival wins big

The annual celebration of science and curiosity, Norwich Science Festival, won big at the Norfolk & Suffolk Tourism Awards, with two awards.

New online IT Service Portal coming in March

On 7 March ITCS are launching a new online self-service portal to help you easily request services from ITCS, log and track IT issues, and find useful IT information such as self-help guides.

Q&A at UEA

‘Any Questions?’, BBC Radio 4’s flagship current affairs panel show, was broadcast live from UEA campus last week with UEA students, graduates, staff and members of public putting their questions to panellists.

Nominations open for Transforming Education Awards

The uea(su)’s annual Transforming Education Awards are returning for 2020, giving you the chance to nominate an outstanding member of staff or student.

VC message regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus)

Read the Vice-Chancellor's message to all students containing advice and guidance around the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, as well sources of support.

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) - Updated guidance

The government has issued new guidance concerning the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, particularly regarding returning to the UK from affected areas.