INTO University Partnerships Limited is a global education partnering organisation which was devised by Andrew Colin and Professor David Eastwood, then University of East Anglia (UEA) Vice-Chancellor and began in 2005. It is head-quartered in Brighton, United Kingdom and has campuses at universities in and across the UK and USA, and one in China.
INTO was designed specifically to address the needs of international students, provide a first class student experience and prepare them for long-term academic success. It offers a range of specialist degree and pathway programmes designed for international students. INTO UEA offers the following academic pathway programmes: International Foundation; Business, Economics, Society and Culture; Humanities and Law; Mathematics and Actuarial Science; General Science; Pharmacy, Biomedicine and Health; Engineering, Physical Sciences and Mathematics; International Year One (formerly the International Diploma); Business Management and Economics; Psychology; International Graduate Diploma; Business; Economics; and Social Sciences. INTO UEA also runs a highly successful A-level programme, the Newton A-level Programme, and a range of English language courses. Students who successfully complete validated courses will be awarded a UEA qualification.
INTO UEA is situated on the main campus of UEA and the £38 million combined living and learning centre, which opened in 2008, is a thriving hub for international students on the campus. Students also have access to all the facilities the UEA campus has to offer, including the library, sports centre, and social spaces. Since inception, UEA has grown international undergraduate student enrolments at three times the UK average. More than 3,000 students have completed the programmes and progressed on to further study at the University. Today, INTO UEA is tangible proof of the power of carefully designed public-private partnerships to deliver transformational change in higher education.
UEA validated HE Programmes at INTO UEA are governed by these Regulations:
Further Information can be found on the INTO website.
UEA Partnerships Office contact is Alex Frusher