University of East Anglia

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Interested in UEA?
The University of East Anglia (UEA) is a highly ranked, internationally renowned campus university providing top quality academic, social and cultural facilities to over 15,000 students. The campus is located in 320 acres of rolling parkland on the edge of the vibrant city of Norwich.

Interested? Get involved:

  • Register for an open day – The best way to explore the campus, discover more about courses and chat to lecturers and current students about what it’s like to study and live at UEA. Taking place 2 July, 10 September, 22 October and 19 November 2022. Read more about UEA open days
  • Order a prospectus – Order yourself a copy of UEA’s 2023 undergraduate guide, to flick through at home in your own time. Order a prospectus
  • Get your questions answered – What’s it really like being at university? How do you know if a course is right for you? Send a message to a friendly UEA student or lecturer. No question is too big or small! Ask UEA

EXAM STRESS: STUDENT RESOURCES

There is no escaping the fact that exams can be stressful. Add to that the prospect of starting university, and it’s understandable that some students might feel overwhelmed at this time of year.

We’ve compiled a selection of resources for tackling exam stress to share with your students.

You can also watch a recording of our webinar Life skills for getting motivated and dealing with anxiety, with Dr Dominique Thompson, award-winning GP and young people’s mental health expert.

ONLINE SUBECT TASTER LECTURES

UEA

Taster lectures are a great way for students to demonstrate their interest in a subject, for example on their personal statement (see our writing about taster lectures worksheet). Please do share our upcoming sessions with colleagues from relevant subjects:

25 May: Media – Involvement and production by audience
25 May: Pharmacy – Do you have what it takes to be an expert in medicines?
13 June: Engineering – Iterative design: balancing process and creativity
14 June: Social Work – Young people and the criminal justice system
15 June: History – The Tudors
16 June: Chemistry – Toward a hydrogen economy
29 June: Politics – UK political parties