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Literature and Creative Writing

The School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia has a long-established international reputation in literary studies. World famous for our pioneering courses in creative writing, we are also home to prize-winning scholars and translators of literature and drama from all periods.

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Drama

Drama allows you to combine a strong practical emphasis with the study of the theory, history and social significance of drama, complemented by detailed study of dramatic literature and aspects of visual and technical design.

The Schools of Study at UEA teach thousands of undergraduate and postgraduate students each year across the four faculties of our campus in Norwich.

We’re looking forward to welcoming you to Literature, Drama and Creative Writing.

If you haven’t already, check out our School pages on the UEA website.

In the meantime, don’t forget to Register Online to get access to your timetable once it becomes available, and log in to Blackboard our virtual learning environment.

Once you have registered online you will also need to attend a registration event (unless you are an undergraduate home student living in UEA accommodation, since you are registered automatically when you pick up your room keys).

  1. You did it! Congratulations and welcome. I’m Alison Donnell, the Head of School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing, and I am looking forward to meeting you all. For the last three decades, literature has been my vocation. I cherish the sparks and joys of teaching and of my own research into Caribbean Writings.

    You are in the right place to immerse yourself in literature, drama and creative writing. Here on campus, you’ll see performances from some of the world’s most exciting talents and have the chance to talk with them about their work. Norwich is a UNESCO City of Literature, and the National Centre for Writing opened here during 2018.

    You’ll have many opportunities to connect to your love of reading, writing and performing in the classroom and beyond. You will also enrich our environment with the individual talents and perspectives that you bring to us.

    The School has a long-standing reputation for excellent teaching and for the distinction of its academic staff. We are serious and rigorous about literature, and enjoy sharing our interests and intellectual commitments with students. We will challenge you to think in new ways, but you will feel supported and part of a community. You will have an adviser to talk to but feel free to contact me if you need to (a.donnell@uea.ac.uk), or just drop by my office to let me know how you are getting on.

    But first, it’s Welcome Week. This week is all about settling in, making friends and getting to know your school, the university and the city. Have a fabulous first week and happy studying!

     

    Alison Donnell

    Head of the School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing (LDC)

Please take a look at your induction programme below. Your schedule and locations are available on e:Vision.

20 Sep   13:00 - 16:30    
Drama Students Welcome Meeting

All first year students on the Drama programmes will gather to meet Drama staff and receive information about an assignment to be delivered over their first weekend on campus.

23 Sep   09:30 - 11:00    
School Welcome

This is an opportunity for you to hear from our Head of School, Alison Donnell, and to start to get a sense of who's who in the School and learn about some of the exciting opportunities that await you as a LDC student.

23 Sep   13:00 - 14:00    
Writing Now - Breaking the Rules

Writing is a vital part of life, literature and your time at this university. Norwich is a world UNESCO City of Literature, where live events happen alongside more formal reading, writing and study. Alongside UEA, Norwich is also home to the National Centre for Writing, and the country’s most popular public library. But what is writing now, what did it used to be, what might it be in the future? Should rules and parameters play a part? In this interactive lecture, genre particularly will be questioned and you will get a chance to come up with your own ’10 Rules for Writing’ at the very beginning of your time within the School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing.

23 Sep   14:00 - 15:00    
Writing Now - Breakout Sessions

Writing Now continues as you are directed into break out rooms and, together with your fellow students, you have an opportunity to win the Writing Now competition. Information on where to go will be indicated on your timetable and during the opening Writing Now session.

23 Sep   15:00 - 17:00    
Group Meetings with Advisers

An opportunity to meet with your academic adviser and fellow students and to start to learn about what being a student in LDC means and how your adviser can help you along the way. Information on the particular time for your session, who your adviser is, and where to go will be displayed on the noticeboard outside the LDC School Office (Arts 2.51).

23 Sep   16:00 - 17:00    
RP2 Briefing: Drama Students Only

A briefing session to give first year Drama students information about the practical training they will receive on RP2 modules so they can elect which disciplines to take.

23 Sep   17:00 - 18:00    
Drama Course Briefing

An opportunity for students on drama courses to find out more about your course.

24 Sep   11:00 - 12:00    
Opportunities for First Year LDC Students

Learn more about the LDC programmes and careers support that will enhance your course and employability from first year until graduation and beyond.

24 Sep   13:00 - 15:00    
LDC Connect

A chance to meet your Student Partnership Directors, learn more about how LDC Connect will support you through your first year and to orientate yourselves around campus.

24 Sep   13:00 - 15:00    
Visiting Students' Briefing - Studying at UEA

For visiting students only: find out what it is like to study at the UEA and meet your LDC academic contact.

25 Sep   09:30 - 11:00    
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

25 Sep   11:00 - 13:00    
Languages Fair

Come and visit the Languages Fair in the TPSC Foyer!
Open to all UEA students, the Daytime Language Programme offers you the unique opportunity to take a module outside of your degree as a ‘non-credit student’. As long as the timetable is compatible with your own, you can choose to study any of our languages in a variety of levels.
Free language offer - PPL students and first year Undergraduate students in the schools of History, LDC, AMA and IIH can take one module per semester free of charge.

25 Sep   11:00 - 12:30    
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

25 Sep   13:00 - 14:00    
What I Wish I'd Known When I Started at UEA

Useful hints and tips provided by existing students.

25 Sep   14:00 - 18:00    
Responsible Persons Training Part 1

Induction and health and safety training on proper use of the Drama Studio facilities.

25 Sep   14:00 - 17:00    
Optional: BCLT Open Afternoon

LDC is home to the British Centre for Literary Translation, which celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2019/20.  If you're interested in international literature, this open afternoon is an opportunity to come and talk to staff about getting involved in our programme, and to browse our extensive library of translated literature.

25 Sep   14:00 - 15:30    
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

25 Sep   17:00 - 19:00    
Optional UEA Music Welcome Event

UEA Music Centre is holding a Welcome gathering for new students on Wednesday 25 September from 5-6.30pm in the Strode Concert Room (MUS 0.28), UEA Music Centre. If you are interested in finding out about musical facilities, ensembles and events at UEA, please come along. The event is free to attend and open to all.

25 Sep   18:00 - 20:00    
Optional Film Screening - Growing Up Married

Growing Up Married is an internationally acclaimed documentary which focuses on the stories of child brides recollecting their memories as adults. About the filmmaker: Dr Eylem Atakav is Senior Lecturer in Film and Television Studies and Associate Dean (International) at the University of East Anglia, where she teaches courses on women and film; women, Islam and media; and Middle Eastern media.

26 Sep   09:00 - 10:00    
Introduction to Studying Literature

If you're studying Literature at the UEA or interested in the possibilities, then come along to find out more.

26 Sep 10:00 - 17:00
Study Skills

A discussion about study skills and choosing your options. There are hour-long sessions running through the day but you only to attend one, so please check your timetable to see the particular time for your session and where to go

26 Sep   11:00 - 17:00    
Responsible Persons Training Part 2

Induction and health and safety training on proper use of the Drama Studio facilities.

26 Sep   17:00 - 19:00    
Pizza Party

Join us in the Vista café (which is on the top floor of the restaurant building, opposite ARTS 1 and just off the main square) for pizza and a chance to meet some of our academics and other students and to celebrate the winners of the Writing Now competition.

27 Sep   09:30 - 11:00    
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

27 Sep   10:00 - 12:00    
Responsible Persons Course: Revision Session

Revision for the written and practical assessment of RP1.

27 Sep   11:00 - 12:30    
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

27 Sep   12:00 - 14:00    
Responsible Persons Course Assessment

Written and practical assessments of RP1.

27 Sep   14:00 - 15:30    
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

23 Sep 09:30 - 11:00
School Welcome

This is an opportunity for you to hear from our Head of School, Alison Donnell, and to start to get a sense of who's who in the School and learn about some of the exciting opportunities that await you as a LDC student.

23 Sep 13:00 - 14:00
Writing Now - Breaking the Rules

Writing is a vital part of life, literature and your time at this university. Norwich is a world UNESCO City of Literature, where live events happen alongside more formal reading, writing and study. Alongside UEA, Norwich is also home to the National Centre for Writing, and the country’s most popular public library. But what is writing now, what did it used to be, what might it be in the future? Should rules and parameters play a part? In this interactive lecture, genre particularly will be questioned and you will get a chance to come up with your own ’10 Rules for Writing’ at the very beginning of your time within the School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing.

23 Sep 14:00 - 15:00
Writing Now - Breakout Sessions

Writing Now continues as you are directed into break out rooms and, together with your fellow students, you have an opportunity to win the Writing Now competition. Information on where to go will be indicated on your timetable and during the opening Writing Now session.

23 Sep 15:00 - 17:00
Group Meetings with Advisers

An opportunity to meet with your academic adviser and fellow students and to start to learn about what being a student in LDC means and how your adviser can help you along the way. Information on the particular time for your session, who your adviser is, and where to go will be displayed on the noticeboard outside the LDC School Office (Arts 2.51).

24 Sep 11:00 - 12:00
Opportunities for First Year LDC Students

Learn more about the LDC programmes and careers support that will enhance your course and employability from first year until graduation and beyond.

24 Sep 12:00 - 13:00
Literature Course Briefing

An opportunity for students on literature courses to learn more about your course.

24 Sep 13:00 - 15:00
LDC Connect

A chance to meet your Student Partnership Directors, learn more about how LDC Connect will support you through your first year and to orientate yourselves around campus.

24 Sep 13:00 - 15:00
Visiting Students' Briefing - Studying at UEA

For visiting students only: find out what it is like to study at the UEA and meet your LDC academic contact.

25 Sep 09:30 - 11:00
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

25 Sep 11:00 - 13:00
Languages Fair

Come and visit the Languages Fair in the TPSC Foyer!
Open to all UEA students, the Daytime Language Programme offers you the unique opportunity to take a module outside of your degree as a ‘non-credit student’. As long as the timetable is compatible with your own, you can choose to study any of our languages in a variety of levels.
Free language offer - PPL students and first year Undergraduate students in the schools of History, LDC, AMA and IIH can take one module per semester free of charge.

25 Sep 11:00 - 12:30
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

25 Sep 13:00 - 14:00
What I Wish I'd Known When I Started at UEA

Useful hints and tips provided by existing students.

25 Sep 14:00 - 17:00
Optional: BCLT Open Afternoon

LDC is home to the British Centre for Literary Translation, which celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2019/20. If you're interested in international literature, this open afternoon is an opportunity to come and talk to staff about getting involved in our programme, and to browse our extensive library of translated literature.

25 Sep 14:00 - 15:30
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

25 Sep 17:00 - 19:00
Optional UEA Music Welcome Event

UEA Music Centre is holding a Welcome gathering for new students on Wednesday 25 September from 5-6.30pm in the Strode Concert Room (MUS 0.28), UEA Music Centre. If you are interested in finding out about musical facilities, ensembles and events at UEA, please come along. The event is free to attend and open to all.

25 Sep 18:00 - 20:00
Optional Film Screening - Growing Up Married

Growing Up Married is an internationally acclaimed documentary which focuses on the stories of child brides recollecting their memories as adults. About the filmmaker: Dr Eylem Atakav is Senior Lecturer in Film and Television Studies and Associate Dean (International) at the University of East Anglia, where she teaches courses on women and film; women, Islam and media; and Middle Eastern media.

26 Sep 09:00 - 10:00
Introduction to Studying Literature

If you're studying Literature at the UEA or interested in the possibilities, then come along to find out more.

26 Sep 10:00 - 17:00
Study Skills

A discussion about study skills and choosing your options. There are hour-long sessions running through the day but you only to attend one, so please check your timetable to see the particular time for your session and where to go

26 Sep 17:00 - 19:00
Pizza Party

Join us in the Vista café (which is on the top floor of the restaurant building, opposite ARTS 1 and just off the main square) for pizza and a chance to meet some of our academics and other students and to celebrate the winners of the Writing Now competition.

27 Sep 09:30 - 11:00
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

27 Sep 11:00 - 12:30
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

27 Sep 14:00 - 15:30
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

 

23 Sep 09:30 - 11:00
School Welcome

This is an opportunity for you to hear from our Head of School, Alison Donnell, and to start to get a sense of who's who in the School and learn about some of the exciting opportunities that await you as a LDC student.

23 Sep 13:00 - 14:00
Writing Now - Breaking the Rules

Writing is a vital part of life, literature and your time at this university. Norwich is a world UNESCO City of Literature, where live events happen alongside more formal reading, writing and study. Alongside UEA, Norwich is also home to the National Centre for Writing, and the country’s most popular public library. But what is writing now, what did it used to be, what might it be in the future? Should rules and parameters play a part? In this interactive lecture, genre particularly will be questioned and you will get a chance to come up with your own ’10 Rules for Writing’ at the very beginning of your time within the School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing.

23 Sep 14:00 - 15:00
Writing Now - Breakout Sessions

Writing Now continues as you are directed into break out rooms and, together with your fellow students, you have an opportunity to win the Writing Now competition. Information on where to go will be indicated on your timetable and during the opening Writing Now session.

23 Sep 15:00 - 17:00
Group Meetings with Advisers

An opportunity to meet with your academic adviser and fellow students and to start to learn about what being a student in LDC means and how your adviser can help you along the way. Information on the particular time for your session, who your adviser is, and where to go will be displayed on the noticeboard outside the LDC School Office (Arts 2.51).

24 Sep 11:00 - 12:00
Opportunities for First Year LDC Students

Learn more about the LDC programmes and careers support that will enhance your course and employability from first year until graduation and beyond.

24 Sep 12:00 - 13:00
Literature Course Briefing

An opportunity for students on literature courses to learn more about your course.

24 Sep 13:00 - 15:00
LDC Connect

A chance to meet your Student Partnership Directors, learn more about how LDC Connect will support you through your first year and to orientate yourselves around campus.

24 Sep 13:00 - 15:00
Visiting Students' Briefing - Studying at UEA

For visiting students only: find out what it is like to study at the UEA and meet your LDC academic contact.

25 Sep 09:30 - 11:00
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

25 Sep 11:00 - 13:00
Languages Fair

Come and visit the Languages Fair in the TPSC Foyer!
Open to all UEA students, the Daytime Language Programme offers you the unique opportunity to take a module outside of your degree as a ‘non-credit student’. As long as the timetable is compatible with your own, you can choose to study any of our languages in a variety of levels.
Free language offer - PPL students and first year Undergraduate students in the schools of History, LDC, AMA and IIH can take one module per semester free of charge.

25 Sep 11:00 - 12:30
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

25 Sep 13:00 - 14:00
What I Wish I'd Known When I Started at UEA

Useful hints and tips provided by existing students.

25 Sep 14:00 - 17:00
Optional: BCLT Open Afternoon

LDC is home to the British Centre for Literary Translation, which celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2019/20. If you're interested in international literature, this open afternoon is an opportunity to come and talk to staff about getting involved in our programme, and to browse our extensive library of translated literature.

25 Sep 14:00 - 15:30
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

25 Sep 17:00 - 19:00
Optional UEA Music Welcome Event

UEA Music Centre is holding a Welcome gathering for new students on Wednesday 25 September from 5-6.30pm in the Strode Concert Room (MUS 0.28), UEA Music Centre. If you are interested in finding out about musical facilities, ensembles and events at UEA, please come along. The event is free to attend and open to all.

25 Sep 18:00 - 20:00
Optional Film Screening - Growing Up Married

Growing Up Married is an internationally acclaimed documentary which focuses on the stories of child brides recollecting their memories as adults. About the filmmaker: Dr Eylem Atakav is Senior Lecturer in Film and Television Studies and Associate Dean (International) at the University of East Anglia, where she teaches courses on women and film; women, Islam and media; and Middle Eastern media.

26 Sep 09:00 - 10:00
Introduction to Studying Literature

If you're studying Literature at the UEA or interested in the possibilities, then come along to find out more.

26 Sep 10:00 - 17:00
Study Skills

A discussion about study skills and choosing your options. There are hour-long sessions running through the day but you only to attend one, so please check your timetable to see the particular time for your session and where to go

26 Sep 17:00 - 19:00
Pizza Party

Join us in the Vista café (which is on the top floor of the restaurant building, opposite ARTS 1 and just off the main square) for pizza and a chance to meet some of our academics and other students and to celebrate the winners of the Writing Now competition.

27 Sep 09:30 - 11:00
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

27 Sep 11:00 - 12:30
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

27 Sep 14:00 - 15:30
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

23 Sep 09:30 - 11:00
School Welcome

This is an opportunity for you to hear from our Head of School, Alison Donnell, and to start to get a sense of who's who in the School and learn about some of the exciting opportunities that await you as a LDC student.

23 Sep 13:00 - 14:00
Writing Now - Breaking the Rules

Writing is a vital part of life, literature and your time at this university. Norwich is a world UNESCO City of Literature, where live events happen alongside more formal reading, writing and study. Alongside UEA, Norwich is also home to the National Centre for Writing, and the country’s most popular public library. But what is writing now, what did it used to be, what might it be in the future? Should rules and parameters play a part? In this interactive lecture, genre particularly will be questioned and you will get a chance to come up with your own ’10 Rules for Writing’ at the very beginning of your time within the School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing.

23 Sep 14:00 - 15:00
Writing Now - Breakout Sessions

Writing Now continues as you are directed into break out rooms and, together with your fellow students, you have an opportunity to win the Writing Now competition. Information on where to go will be indicated on your timetable and during the opening Writing Now session.

23 Sep 15:00 - 17:00
Group Meetings with Advisers

An opportunity to meet with your academic adviser and fellow students and to start to learn about what being a student in LDC means and how your adviser can help you along the way. Information on the particular time for your session, who your adviser is, and where to go will be displayed on the noticeboard outside the LDC School Office (Arts 2.51).

24 Sep 10:00 - 11:00
Creative Writing Course Briefing

An opportunity for students on creative writing courses to find out more about your course.

24 Sep 11:00 - 12:00
Opportunities for First Year LDC Students

Learn more about the LDC programmes and careers support that will enhance your course and employability from first year until graduation and beyond.

24 Sep 13:00 - 15:00
LDC Connect

A chance to meet your Student Partnership Directors, learn more about how LDC Connect will support you through your first year and to orientate yourselves around campus.

24 Sep 13:00 - 15:00
Visiting Students' Briefing - Studying at UEA

For visiting students only: find out what it is like to study at the UEA and meet your LDC academic contact.

25 Sep 09:30 - 11:00
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

25 Sep 11:00 - 13:00
Languages Fair

Come and visit the Languages Fair in the TPSC Foyer!
Open to all UEA students, the Daytime Language Programme offers you the unique opportunity to take a module outside of your degree as a ‘non-credit student’. As long as the timetable is compatible with your own, you can choose to study any of our languages in a variety of levels.
Free language offer - PPL students and first year Undergraduate students in the schools of History, LDC, AMA and IIH can take one module per semester free of charge.

25 Sep 11:00 - 12:30
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

25 Sep 13:00 - 14:00
What I Wish I'd Known When I Started at UEA

Useful hints and tips provided by existing students.

25 Sep 14:00 - 17:00
Optional: BCLT Open Afternoon

LDC is home to the British Centre for Literary Translation, which celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2019/20. If you're interested in international literature, this open afternoon is an opportunity to come and talk to staff about getting involved in our programme, and to browse our extensive library of translated literature.

25 Sep 14:00 - 15:30
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

25 Sep 17:00 - 19:00
Optional UEA Music Welcome Event

UEA Music Centre is holding a Welcome gathering for new students on Wednesday 25 September from 5-6.30pm in the Strode Concert Room (MUS 0.28), UEA Music Centre. If you are interested in finding out about musical facilities, ensembles and events at UEA, please come along. The event is free to attend and open to all.

25 Sep 18:00 - 20:00
Optional Film Screening - Growing Up Married

Growing Up Married is an internationally acclaimed documentary which focuses on the stories of child brides recollecting their memories as adults. About the filmmaker: Dr Eylem Atakav is Senior Lecturer in Film and Television Studies and Associate Dean (International) at the University of East Anglia, where she teaches courses on women and film; women, Islam and media; and Middle Eastern media.

26 Sep 09:00 - 10:00
Introduction to Studying Literature

If you're studying Literature at the UEA or interested in the possibilities, then come along to find out more.

26 Sep 10:00 - 17:00
Study Skills

A discussion about study skills and choosing your options. There are hour-long sessions running through the day but you only to attend one, so please check your timetable to see the particular time for your session and where to go

26 Sep 17:00 - 19:00
Pizza Party

Join us in the Vista café (which is on the top floor of the restaurant building, opposite ARTS 1 and just off the main square) for pizza and a chance to meet some of our academics and other students and to celebrate the winners of the Writing Now competition.

27 Sep 09:30 - 11:00
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

27 Sep 11:00 - 12:30
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

27 Sep 14:00 - 15:30
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

 

20 Sep   13:00 - 16:30    
Drama Students Welcome Meeting

All first year students on the Drama programmes will gather to meet Drama staff and receive information about an assignment to be delivered over their first weekend on campus.

23 Sep   09:30 - 11:00    
School Welcome

This is an opportunity for you to hear from our Head of School, Alison Donnell, and to start to get a sense of who's who in the School and learn about some of the exciting opportunities that await you as a LDC student.

23 Sep   13:00 - 14:00    
Writing Now - Breaking the Rules

Writing is a vital part of life, literature and your time at this university. Norwich is a world UNESCO City of Literature, where live events happen alongside more formal reading, writing and study. Alongside UEA, Norwich is also home to the National Centre for Writing, and the country’s most popular public library. But what is writing now, what did it used to be, what might it be in the future? Should rules and parameters play a part? In this interactive lecture, genre particularly will be questioned and you will get a chance to come up with your own ’10 Rules for Writing’ at the very beginning of your time within the School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing.

23 Sep   14:00 - 15:00    
Writing Now - Breakout Sessions

Writing Now continues as you are directed into break out rooms and, together with your fellow students, you have an opportunity to win the Writing Now competition. Information on where to go will be indicated on your timetable and during the opening Writing Now session.

23 Sep   15:00 - 17:00    
Group Meetings with Advisers

An opportunity to meet with your academic adviser and fellow students and to start to learn about what being a student in LDC means and how your adviser can help you along the way. Information on the particular time for your session, who your adviser is, and where to go will be displayed on the noticeboard outside the LDC School Office (Arts 2.51).

23 Sep   16:00 - 17:00    
RP2 Briefing: Drama Students Only

A briefing session to give first year Drama students information about the practical training they will receive on RP2 modules so they can elect which disciplines to take.

23 Sep   17:00 - 18:00    
Drama Course Briefing

An opportunity for students on drama courses to find out more about your course.

24 Sep   11:00 - 12:00    
Opportunities for First Year LDC Students

Learn more about the LDC programmes and careers support that will enhance your course and employability from first year until graduation and beyond.

24 Sep   13:00 - 15:00    
LDC Connect

A chance to meet your Student Partnership Directors, learn more about how LDC Connect will support you through your first year and to orientate yourselves around campus.

24 Sep   13:00 - 15:00    
Visiting Students' Briefing - Studying at UEA

For visiting students only: find out what it is like to study at the UEA and meet your LDC academic contact.

25 Sep   09:30 - 11:00    
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

25 Sep   11:00 - 13:00    
Languages Fair

Come and visit the Languages Fair in the TPSC Foyer!
Open to all UEA students, the Daytime Language Programme offers you the unique opportunity to take a module outside of your degree as a ‘non-credit student’. As long as the timetable is compatible with your own, you can choose to study any of our languages in a variety of levels.
Free language offer - PPL students and first year Undergraduate students in the schools of History, LDC, AMA and IIH can take one module per semester free of charge.

25 Sep   11:00 - 12:30    
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

25 Sep   13:00 - 14:00    
What I Wish I'd Known When I Started at UEA

Useful hints and tips provided by existing students.

25 Sep   14:00 - 18:00    
Responsible Persons Training Part 1

Induction and health and safety training on proper use of the Drama Studio facilities.

25 Sep   14:00 - 17:00    
Optional: BCLT Open Afternoon

LDC is home to the British Centre for Literary Translation, which celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2019/20.  If you're interested in international literature, this open afternoon is an opportunity to come and talk to staff about getting involved in our programme, and to browse our extensive library of translated literature.

25 Sep   14:00 - 15:30    
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

25 Sep   17:00 - 19:00    
Optional UEA Music Welcome Event

UEA Music Centre is holding a Welcome gathering for new students on Wednesday 25 September from 5-6.30pm in the Strode Concert Room (MUS 0.28), UEA Music Centre. If you are interested in finding out about musical facilities, ensembles and events at UEA, please come along. The event is free to attend and open to all.

25 Sep   18:00 - 20:00    
Optional Film Screening - Growing Up Married

Growing Up Married is an internationally acclaimed documentary which focuses on the stories of child brides recollecting their memories as adults. About the filmmaker: Dr Eylem Atakav is Senior Lecturer in Film and Television Studies and Associate Dean (International) at the University of East Anglia, where she teaches courses on women and film; women, Islam and media; and Middle Eastern media.

26 Sep   09:00 - 10:00    
Introduction to Studying Literature

If you're studying Literature at the UEA or interested in the possibilities, then come along to find out more.

26 Sep 10:00 - 17:00
Study Skills

A discussion about study skills and choosing your options. There are hour-long sessions running through the day but you only to attend one, so please check your timetable to see the particular time for your session and where to go

26 Sep   11:00 - 17:00    
Responsible Persons Training Part 2

Induction and health and safety training on proper use of the Drama Studio facilities.

26 Sep   17:00 - 19:00    
Pizza Party

Join us in the Vista café (which is on the top floor of the restaurant building, opposite ARTS 1 and just off the main square) for pizza and a chance to meet some of our academics and other students and to celebrate the winners of the Writing Now competition.

27 Sep   09:30 - 11:00    
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

27 Sep   10:00 - 12:00    
Responsible Persons Course: Revision Session

Revision for the written and practical assessment of RP1.

27 Sep   11:00 - 12:30    
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

27 Sep   12:00 - 14:00    
Responsible Persons Course Assessment

Written and practical assessments of RP1.

27 Sep   14:00 - 15:30    
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

 

23 Sep 09:30 - 11:00
School Welcome

This is an opportunity for you to hear from our Head of School, Alison Donnell, and to start to get a sense of who's who in the School and learn about some of the exciting opportunities that await you as a LDC student.

23 Sep 13:00 - 14:00
Writing Now - Breaking the Rules

Writing is a vital part of life, literature and your time at this university. Norwich is a world UNESCO City of Literature, where live events happen alongside more formal reading, writing and study. Alongside UEA, Norwich is also home to the National Centre for Writing, and the country’s most popular public library. But what is writing now, what did it used to be, what might it be in the future? Should rules and parameters play a part? In this interactive lecture, genre particularly will be questioned and you will get a chance to come up with your own ’10 Rules for Writing’ at the very beginning of your time within the School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing.

23 Sep 14:00 - 15:00
Writing Now - Breakout Sessions

Writing Now continues as you are directed into break out rooms and, together with your fellow students, you have an opportunity to win the Writing Now competition. Information on where to go will be indicated on your timetable and during the opening Writing Now session.

23 Sep 15:00 - 17:00
Group Meetings with Advisers

An opportunity to meet with your academic adviser and fellow students and to start to learn about what being a student in LDC means and how your adviser can help you along the way. Information on the particular time for your session, who your adviser is, and where to go will be displayed on the noticeboard outside the LDC School Office (Arts 2.51).

24 Sep 11:00 - 12:00
Opportunities for First Year LDC Students

Learn more about the LDC programmes and careers support that will enhance your course and employability from first year until graduation and beyond.

24 Sep 12:00 - 13:00
Literature Course Briefing

An opportunity for students on literature courses to learn more about your course.

24 Sep 13:00 - 15:00
LDC Connect

A chance to meet your Student Partnership Directors, learn more about how LDC Connect will support you through your first year and to orientate yourselves around campus.

24 Sep 13:00 - 15:00
Visiting Students' Briefing - Studying at UEA

For visiting students only: find out what it is like to study at the UEA and meet your LDC academic contact.

24 Sep 13:00 - 14:00
Introduction to Medieval History

An introduction to study of Medieval history from Professor Stephen Church. Only for students taking the Introduction to Medieval History module.

24 Sep 16:00 - 19:00
Film Screening 2

Introduction and light discussion led by Dr Silvia Evangelisti. Only for students taking the Introduction to Early Modern History module.

25 Sep 09:30 - 11:00
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

25 Sep 11:00 - 13:00
Languages Fair

Come and visit the Languages Fair in the TPSC Foyer!
Open to all UEA students, the Daytime Language Programme offers you the unique opportunity to take a module outside of your degree as a ‘non-credit student’. As long as the timetable is compatible with your own, you can choose to study any of our languages in a variety of levels.
Free language offer - PPL students and first year Undergraduate students in the schools of History, LDC, AMA and IIH can take one module per semester free of charge.

25 Sep 11:00 - 12:30
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

25 Sep 13:00 - 14:00
What I Wish I'd Known When I Started at UEA

Useful hints and tips provided by existing students.

25 Sep 14:00 - 17:00
Optional: BCLT Open Afternoon

LDC is home to the British Centre for Literary Translation, which celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2019/20. If you're interested in international literature, this open afternoon is an opportunity to come and talk to staff about getting involved in our programme, and to browse our extensive library of translated literature.

25 Sep 14:00 - 15:30
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

25 Sep 17:00 - 19:00
Optional UEA Music Welcome Event

UEA Music Centre is holding a Welcome gathering for new students on Wednesday 25 September from 5-6.30pm in the Strode Concert Room (MUS 0.28), UEA Music Centre. If you are interested in finding out about musical facilities, ensembles and events at UEA, please come along. The event is free to attend and open to all.

25 Sep 18:00 - 20:00
Optional Film Screening - Growing Up Married

Growing Up Married is an internationally acclaimed documentary which focuses on the stories of child brides recollecting their memories as adults. About the filmmaker: Dr Eylem Atakav is Senior Lecturer in Film and Television Studies and Associate Dean (International) at the University of East Anglia, where she teaches courses on women and film; women, Islam and media; and Middle Eastern media.

26 Sep 10:00 - 17:00
Study Skills

A discussion about study skills and choosing your options. There are hour-long sessions running through the day but you only to attend one, so please check your timetable to see the particular time for your session and where to go

26 Sep 09:00 - 10:00
Introduction to Studying Literature

If you're studying Literature at the UEA or interested in the possibilities, then come along to find out more.

26 Sep 11:00 - 12:00
Introduction to Early Modern History

An introduction to the study of Early Modern History from Dr Joel Halcomb. Only for students taking the Introduction to Early Modern History module.

26 Sep 12:00 - 13:00
Introduction to Modern History

An introduction to the study of Modern History from Dr Geoff Hicks. Only for students taking the Introduction to Modern History module.

26 Sep 17:00 - 19:00
Pizza Party

Join us in the Vista café (which is on the top floor of the restaurant building, opposite ARTS 1 and just off the main square) for pizza and a chance to meet some of our academics and other students and to celebrate the winners of the Writing Now competition.

27 Sep 09:30 - 11:00
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

27 Sep 11:00 - 12:30
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

27 Sep 13:00 - 16:00
Film Screening 3

Introduction and light discussion. Only for students taking the Introduction to Modern History module.

27 Sep 14:00 - 15:30
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

20 Sep   13:00 - 16:30    
Drama Students Welcome Meeting

All first year students on the Drama programmes will gather to meet Drama staff and receive information about an assignment to be delivered over their first weekend on campus.

23 Sep   09:30 - 11:00    
School Welcome

This is an opportunity for you to hear from our Head of School, Alison Donnell, and to start to get a sense of who's who in the School and learn about some of the exciting opportunities that await you as a LDC student.

23 Sep   13:00 - 14:00    
Writing Now - Breaking the Rules

Writing is a vital part of life, literature and your time at this university. Norwich is a world UNESCO City of Literature, where live events happen alongside more formal reading, writing and study. Alongside UEA, Norwich is also home to the National Centre for Writing, and the country’s most popular public library. But what is writing now, what did it used to be, what might it be in the future? Should rules and parameters play a part? In this interactive lecture, genre particularly will be questioned and you will get a chance to come up with your own ’10 Rules for Writing’ at the very beginning of your time within the School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing.

23 Sep   14:00 - 15:00    
Writing Now - Breakout Sessions

Writing Now continues as you are directed into break out rooms and, together with your fellow students, you have an opportunity to win the Writing Now competition. Information on where to go will be indicated on your timetable and during the opening Writing Now session.

23 Sep   15:00 - 17:00    
Group Meetings with Advisers

An opportunity to meet with your academic adviser and fellow students and to start to learn about what being a student in LDC means and how your adviser can help you along the way. Information on the particular time for your session, who your adviser is, and where to go will be displayed on the noticeboard outside the LDC School Office (Arts 2.51).

23 Sep   16:00 - 17:00    
RP2 Briefing: Drama Students Only

A briefing session to give first year Drama students information about the practical training they will receive on RP2 modules so they can elect which disciplines to take.

23 Sep   17:00 - 18:00    
Drama Course Briefing

An opportunity for students on drama courses to find out more about your course.

24 Sep   11:00 - 12:00    
Opportunities for First Year LDC Students

Learn more about the LDC programmes and careers support that will enhance your course and employability from first year until graduation and beyond.

24 Sep   13:00 - 15:00    
LDC Connect

A chance to meet your Student Partnership Directors, learn more about how LDC Connect will support you through your first year and to orientate yourselves around campus.

24 Sep   13:00 - 15:00    
Visiting Students' Briefing - Studying at UEA

For visiting students only: find out what it is like to study at the UEA and meet your LDC academic contact.

25 Sep   09:30 - 11:00    
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

25 Sep   11:00 - 13:00    
Languages Fair

Come and visit the Languages Fair in the TPSC Foyer!
Open to all UEA students, the Daytime Language Programme offers you the unique opportunity to take a module outside of your degree as a ‘non-credit student’. As long as the timetable is compatible with your own, you can choose to study any of our languages in a variety of levels.
Free language offer - PPL students and first year Undergraduate students in the schools of History, LDC, AMA and IIH can take one module per semester free of charge.

25 Sep   11:00 - 12:30    
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

25 Sep   13:00 - 14:00    
What I Wish I'd Known When I Started at UEA

Useful hints and tips provided by existing students.

25 Sep   14:00 - 18:00    
Responsible Persons Training Part 1

Induction and health and safety training on proper use of the Drama Studio facilities.

25 Sep   14:00 - 17:00    
Optional: BCLT Open Afternoon

LDC is home to the British Centre for Literary Translation, which celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2019/20.  If you're interested in international literature, this open afternoon is an opportunity to come and talk to staff about getting involved in our programme, and to browse our extensive library of translated literature.

25 Sep   14:00 - 15:30    
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

25 Sep   17:00 - 19:00    
Optional UEA Music Welcome Event

UEA Music Centre is holding a Welcome gathering for new students on Wednesday 25 September from 5-6.30pm in the Strode Concert Room (MUS 0.28), UEA Music Centre. If you are interested in finding out about musical facilities, ensembles and events at UEA, please come along. The event is free to attend and open to all.

25 Sep   18:00 - 20:00    
Optional Film Screening - Growing Up Married

Growing Up Married is an internationally acclaimed documentary which focuses on the stories of child brides recollecting their memories as adults. About the filmmaker: Dr Eylem Atakav is Senior Lecturer in Film and Television Studies and Associate Dean (International) at the University of East Anglia, where she teaches courses on women and film; women, Islam and media; and Middle Eastern media.

26 Sep   09:00 - 10:00    
Introduction to Studying Literature

If you're studying Literature at the UEA or interested in the possibilities, then come along to find out more.

26 Sep 10:00 - 17:00
Study Skills

A discussion about study skills and choosing your options. There are hour-long sessions running through the day but you only to attend one, so please check your timetable to see the particular time for your session and where to go

26 Sep   11:00 - 17:00    
Responsible Persons Training Part 2

Induction and health and safety training on proper use of the Drama Studio facilities.

26 Sep   17:00 - 19:00    
Pizza Party

Join us in the Vista café (which is on the top floor of the restaurant building, opposite ARTS 1 and just off the main square) for pizza and a chance to meet some of our academics and other students and to celebrate the winners of the Writing Now competition.

27 Sep   09:30 - 11:00    
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

27 Sep   10:00 - 12:00    
Responsible Persons Course: Revision Session

Revision for the written and practical assessment of RP1.

27 Sep   11:00 - 12:30    
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

27 Sep   12:00 - 14:00    
Responsible Persons Course Assessment

Written and practical assessments of RP1.

27 Sep   14:00 - 15:30    
Optional: Media Suite and TV Studio Introduction

A tour and introduction to the Media Suite and TV Studio which are part of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities but are used by students from across the Faculty. Join Sean and the technical team for a tour followed by an introductory talk about how you can get involved in using the facilities and equipment for filming, podcasting and other media related activities. Booking is essential; use our online form

 

LDC Student Site

The LDC Student Site is full of information to help you get to know your school, find opportunities and events, and the various ways in which you can access support. Once you have completed online registration:

  • Go to portal.uea.ac.uk

  • Select BLACKBOARD from the three buttons at the top right of the screen

  • Login with your UEA username and password

  • At the top right of the screen select LDC Student Site

Connect

Follow @uealdc on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to keep up-to-date on school news and events.

LDC undergraduate students will need to complete this module enrolment between Monday 2nd September 2019 and midday on Wednesday 25th September 2019.

Many courses allow students to select one or more of their modules from a range of options.

This can be seen from your Course Profile, which can be viewed via e:Vision (only available once you have registered online).

If your course contains optional modules, please refer to the Module Enrolment webpage which explains how to select your preferences.

buddy(su) is a befriending programme run by the Students' Union to help you settle into uni life. They are a friendly face on campus and can help you with living away from home and figuring out how UEA and your School work.

You can find information on signing up on the Student Union website.

We find that students often want to know how best they might prepare for university and especially what they might read before they get here. To help you, we've put together a document called 'Preparing for the First Year', which you can download via the tab on the right. Here you'll find a few broad overviews of the subject areas we teach, a list of some of the books that those of you taking the 'Literature in History 1' module will be studying in the autumn (that's everyone who's about to start courses in English Literature, English Literature with Creative Writing, and English and American Literature), and a guide to how you might use the rest of your summer to read more widely.

Remember that none of this is compulsory -- what we would most like you to do is simply to enjoy reading widely, following your own leads and interests and trying to stretch yourself by straying into areas and writings that are new to you. On the right, too, you'll also find a guide to time management, another important matter as you begin independent study at university. We hope that you'll find something useful here, and something to enjoy, too. 

Arriving at UEA is an excellent time to like, follow, pin, love and more. 

  1. Literature@UEA School of Literature, Drama & Creative Writing. Teaching, writing, researching, translating and performing literature. 

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  2. Literature, Drama and Creative Writing has a long-established international reputation in literary studies. World famous for its pioneering courses in creative writing, it is also home to prize-winning scholars and translators of literature and drama from all periods. 

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  3. UEA Drama Studio - a flexible theatre space and the home of UEA Drama. The venue for theatre, comedy, musicals and live literature on campus.  

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  4. UEA Drama Studio - Our Facebook page  

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