Miwa Uno Vlog
Miwa Uno, an International Student at UEA give us some useful tips on living and studying in the UK
Meet and greet service – booking open
Travelling from afar can seem quite overwhelming so what better way to make your journey a little easier by using our meet and greet serviceRead It
Wherever you have travelled from, whether Europe or further away, we would like to wish you a warm welcome to the UEA.
We know there is a lot to think about when travelling to study in a new country and we hope to make your arrival as easy as possible.
UEA International Orientation Smartphone App
The UEA International Orientation Guide provides the information to help you with a successful start. The app gives you the useful information and resources, a schedule of all the events and activities for you to create your own personal schedule, and a built-in social media to interact with other new students. Start making friends, find your way with interactive maps, and be prepared to land on your feet and feel at home quickly.
To help you adjust to life in the UK and at UEA, to socialise and make friends, join UEA Friends. Current UEA students will be your Student Support Representative to welcome you, help you to meet others, and settle in as quickly as possible.
UEA Student Services produce a brilliant brochure specially created for international students – packed with everything you need to know. You should download and read from cover to cover today.
Here’s some of the highlights:
Visas and immigration – making sure your paperwork is all in order and you know what you need to do. Whether you are from the EU, or you need a visa for the UK, we have the information for you.
Orientation and Welcome Week 20-24 September – for all new students arriving this week. A full programme of information, social opportunities and helping you get settled.
The International Students Advisory Team (ISAT) - A dedicated team to support all international students studying at UEA, to help you overcome any challenges and to make the most of your time in the UK. If you’ve read the guide and you still want to know more, you should visit the International Students section of the UEA portal.
If you didn't find the answers you were looking for on the new students website, just fill in the box below with your enquiry and we will get back to you.