October Open Day

October 22, 2022

8:30 am

University of East Anglia
University of East Anglia, Norwich Research Park, Norwich, Norfolk, NR4 7TJ

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What to expect
Getting there

What to expect

Open Days are the best way of visiting us if you haven't applied yet. The key things to do on an open day are: Attend at least one subject talk - this is the thing you should prioritise. The talk will give you an introduction to your subject of interest and help you discover whether it's the right course for you. You might discover that there are fields and specialisms that you could study that you didn't know about before. We strongly recommend working your open day around your subject talk. Meet students and lecturers from your subject. Chat to them to gain their perspectives about studying and teaching! They'll be happy to answer any question you have.

Things to explore

Tour campus with a student - it's important to find out the best places to study, socialise and eat in on campus!

Tour accommodation. We split our tours into different types, depending on what sort of accommodation you're after. If you know you want an en-suite, you can choose to just tour our en-suite accommodation. If you don't mind sharing a bathroom, you can tour our iconic Ziggurat accommodation. If you're thinking about being a commuting student, you don't have to go on an accommodation tour at all!

Go to the Welcome Talk - this is the best way to get a feeling for who we are and our values at UEA. We'll talk to you about the student experience and the opportunities you have whilst studying and living here. Ask the questions you need to ask! We have an Info Zone full of staff from the admissions service right through to the music centre. We also have a dedicated stand for mature students returning to education. You can chat to staff on our stands to find out about anything that interests you or to have those burning questions answered.

Don't forget that being a student isn't just about studying too. If you're into sport, don't forget to visit the Sportspark and go to any sports talks. If you're into art, we have an on campus art gallery, The Sainsbury Centre. The Students' Union (SU) caters to everyone and has hundreds of club and societies, so don't forget to chat to them in the Info Zone.

Getting there

By car

If you’re coming by car, please park at the Norwich Costessey park and ride (postcode: NR9 3LX) for free. UEA representatives will be there to welcome you when you arrive. Parking is only available on campus for blue badge holders. Shuttle buses will be running every 15 minutes from 8:00am throughout the day, with the last bus leaving campus at 6:00pm. The buses are free and you don't need to book tickets. The short journey will take around 20 minutes each way (traffic permitting).

By train or bus

UEA is just 3 miles from Norwich city centre, a short bus or taxi ride from Norwich rail or bus station.They've partnered with First Bus to offer you free all-day bus tickets on the city network for you and your guests to explore the city of Norwich on your open day. UEA is on blue line 25 and 26, with buses every 10 minutes to the city.If you decide to travel by train, the blue line 25 or 26 bus stops just outside Norwich rail station and will bring you right onto campus. The journey takes about half an hour. When you reach UEA, get off at the main UEA campus bus stop opposite the main car park and follow signs for check-in.

October Open Day

October 22, 2022

8:30 am

Register
University of East Anglia
University of East Anglia, Norwich Research Park, Norwich, Norfolk, NR4 7TJ
What to expect
Getting there

What to expect

Open Days are the best way of visiting us if you haven't applied yet. The key things to do on an open day are: Attend at least one subject talk - this is the thing you should prioritise. The talk will give you an introduction to your subject of interest and help you discover whether it's the right course for you. You might discover that there are fields and specialisms that you could study that you didn't know about before. We strongly recommend working your open day around your subject talk. Meet students and lecturers from your subject. Chat to them to gain their perspectives about studying and teaching! They'll be happy to answer any question you have.

Things to explore

Tour campus with a student - it's important to find out the best places to study, socialise and eat in on campus!

Tour accommodation. We split our tours into different types, depending on what sort of accommodation you're after. If you know you want an en-suite, you can choose to just tour our en-suite accommodation. If you don't mind sharing a bathroom, you can tour our iconic Ziggurat accommodation. If you're thinking about being a commuting student, you don't have to go on an accommodation tour at all!

Go to the Welcome Talk - this is the best way to get a feeling for who we are and our values at UEA. We'll talk to you about the student experience and the opportunities you have whilst studying and living here. Ask the questions you need to ask! We have an Info Zone full of staff from the admissions service right through to the music centre. We also have a dedicated stand for mature students returning to education. You can chat to staff on our stands to find out about anything that interests you or to have those burning questions answered.

Don't forget that being a student isn't just about studying too. If you're into sport, don't forget to visit the Sportspark and go to any sports talks. If you're into art, we have an on campus art gallery, The Sainsbury Centre. The Students' Union (SU) caters to everyone and has hundreds of club and societies, so don't forget to chat to them in the Info Zone.

Getting there

By car

If you’re coming by car, please park at the Norwich Costessey park and ride (postcode: NR9 3LX) for free. UEA representatives will be there to welcome you when you arrive. Parking is only available on campus for blue badge holders. Shuttle buses will be running every 15 minutes from 8:00am throughout the day, with the last bus leaving campus at 6:00pm. The buses are free and you don't need to book tickets. The short journey will take around 20 minutes each way (traffic permitting).

By train or bus

UEA is just 3 miles from Norwich city centre, a short bus or taxi ride from Norwich rail or bus station.They've partnered with First Bus to offer you free all-day bus tickets on the city network for you and your guests to explore the city of Norwich on your open day. UEA is on blue line 25 and 26, with buses every 10 minutes to the city.If you decide to travel by train, the blue line 25 or 26 bus stops just outside Norwich rail station and will bring you right onto campus. The journey takes about half an hour. When you reach UEA, get off at the main UEA campus bus stop opposite the main car park and follow signs for check-in.

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