Learning and Teaching Service (Hubs)
The Learning and Teaching Service (LTS) is here to help with everything to do with your academic life. Learn how to enrol on a new module, how to submit your work and get your marks and what to do if you’re struggling with an assignment. LTS is based in three Hubs: Arts, Zicer and Elizabeth Fry. Hubs are open 8am – 6pm, Monday to Friday.
IT Services helps you to get connected and stay safe online, access your timetable, and provides you with email and storage. You can use our self-service videos and tools or contact the IT Service Desk for help.
The Library building will be open for browsing and self-study, and there’s plenty of space for individual and group study. You’ll also have 24/7 access to our Digital Library for a huge range of e-resources.
For a complete introduction on how to make the best of our services, take our virtual tour.
The Helpdesk is available from 9am-7pm (M-F), and 12pm-7pm (weekends).
Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
During the first few weeks of term, get to know Student Services. Advisers and specialists can help you with many problems as well as support you whilst settling in and throughout your time at university. View the full range of services and support online.
You can find us at the following locations:
- Student Life (LSB 0.20)
- Wellbeing (Wellbeing Centre)
- Learning Enhancement (Nelson Court 33)
CareerCentral can help you find your place in the world. We can support you with finding part-time jobs, volunteering opportunities, paid internships, placements and graduate level jobs while you are at UEA and for three years after you graduate.
We provide 1:1 guidance appointments and mock interviews too, helping you from the beginning of your journey and deciding what you’d like to do, all the way through to practical application and interview advice.
Our online portal, MyCareerCentral, hosts thousands of vetted opportunities right at your fingertips, as well as careers events and workshops you can get involved and many online resources to support you in your future career. It’s available 24/7 so login now and start exploring some of the opportunities, resources and events we have available to you.
These are just some of the ways you can get involved with CareerCentral – check out this short video to find out more! If you have any questions or need any support, please email email@example.com
Whether you’re a person of faith or not, you are welcome at the UEA Faith Centre. It’s a spiritual meeting place offering a range of worship facilities, enabling students and staff to explore their own beliefs. It also acts as a community centre, providing a welcome to all. You can speak to Chaplains and Faith Advisers representing most world faiths. Whatever your reasons for coming, this is a safe, respectful environment where everyone is offered a sympathetic ear, in total confidence.
We are open 10am – 4pm, Monday to Friday during the semester, and on Sunday evenings for services.
There’s so much happening at UEA it’s really important that we communicate with our students and staff as often as possible. Here’s some of the ways we’ll keep in touch with you while you’re here:
Weekly student e-bulletin – straight to your inbox each Tuesday lunchtime. Contains news, events and important University information that you should be reading.
Don’t forget to join UEA’s official ‘Students of UEA’ Facebook group where you can find out about opportunities and events for students happening on campus and around Norwich – and share what you know with fellow students too!
MyUEA homepage – once you have registered online and received your UEA login details, you can visit the MyUEA portal where your personal dashboard will direct you to useful information from across the University.
All students are automatically members of uea|su, the heart of student life on campus, and can make full use of the services that the student’s union has to offer. From an ethically focused coffee shop to the best student live music venues in the country, and from democratic representation to free, confidential and impartial advice.