UEA Accommodation and Campus Life
Campus Tour with Miwa Uno
Discover UEA campus with one of our fellow students', Miwa Uno
UEA isn’t just an inspiring place to study, it’s also a great place to live. Just like our campus, student accommodation at UEA is designed to help you make the most of your time here.
For more details about accommodation at UEA, have a look at our Accommodation pages.
If you would like to be considered for a place in UEA accommodation, please complete the online application preference form.
All undergraduate students should complete the online registration before they arrive at UEA
Looking for a house in the private sector?
As well as our accommodation at UEA, you can also find great places to live in the local area. The Student Union at UEA run a service called Homerun, which can offer advice and provide assistance with finding a private house.
Think carefully about what you choose to bring with you, considering the space available and your needs. In particular, there are some items – for example, a kettle – which you might choose to purchase with your flatmates once you have arrived rather than bring your own.
If you are transporting your luggage separately, please arrange for it to arrive once you are on campus as there is no safe space for us to store luggage until you get here.
When to arrive
Your arrival date will be specified on your room offer email. For a general overview of arrival dates, please refer to the accommodation timeline.
When you arrive at UEA you will need to collect your key and register for your course. You will find out how to do this once you have registered online and logged in to MyUEA to access your induction information.
Think carefully about what you choose to bring with you, considering the space available and your needs. There are also many shops in Norwich in case you forget anything. For more ideas about what (and what not) to bring, see our suggested packing list here.
Meet your Student Services Resident
Your Student Servicess Resident is an older student who is responsible for the welfare of the flat. They will introduce themselves in the first week, and you should contact them if you have any issues within your flat.
UEA students have produced this amazing recipe book which gives you 70 pages of culinary ideas specially written for the type of kitchen equipment you’ll find in your flat.
Norwich is a vibrant city with lots to offer, and there are many rental properties available close to the university. You can get help to find a flat or house through Home Run, the lettings agency run by the Students’ Union. You’ll find a list of accredited properties and landlords, as well as a message board to find housemates.