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MSc Cognitive Neuroscience course in Norwich
4.5 1 opinion
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  • Master
  • Norwich
  • Sep-2018

...Project Year 1 Compulsory Study (160 credits) COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE DISSERTATION PSYCHOLOGY LAB SKILLS RESEARCH PLACEMENT AND PROFESSIONAL SKILLS Option A Study... Learn about: Teaching Methods, Quality Training, Social Science... More


£6,300
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  • Master
  • Norwich
  • Sep-2018

...This MA is unique for its focus on the dynamic interactions between local livelihoods in rural areas and agriculture understood as a globalised industry... Learn about: Agriculture Development, Rural Development, Agricultural Science... More


£7,000
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  • Master
  • Norwich
  • Sep-2018

...which can take the form either of a critical project or of a translation with commentary... Learn about: Full Time, Modern Literature, Part Time... More


£7,550
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BSc Physiotherapy course in Norwich
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  • Bachelor's degree
  • Norwich
  • Sep-2018

...2018. We also have a great reputation with our partner NHS Trusts, and are proud that our students graduate with excellent career prospects and good honours... Learn about: Recruitment Process, NHS Training, Quality Training... More


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  • Bachelor's degree
  • Norwich
  • Sep-2018

...supervised by an academic with expertise in the area of your research. Alongside this you will study modules covering topics such as human rights... Learn about: Sign language, Beginners Spanish, Climate Change... More


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MA Medieval History course in Norwich
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  • Master
  • Norwich
  • Sep-2018

...in Latin and palaeography that you need to study medieval sources. Thanks to UEA’s location near the medieval city of Norwich you will have access to the... Learn about: Record Keeping, Full Time, Part Time... More


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Opinions (60)

MSc International Business Economics

F
Former Student
16/10/2017
What I would highlight It has changed my life. You come in quite scared about who you're going to meet and what experiences you're going to have and when it's time to go home to your parents, you can barely convey the amount of love and support that we all have for each other!

What could be improved Nothing.

Course taken: October 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

MFA Creative Writing

F
Former Student
14/10/2017
What I would highlight So far I can't complain about anything, this college doesn't get enough recognition, it's unfair.

What could be improved All OK.

Course taken: October 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

BSc Developmental Psychology

F
Former Student
14/10/2017
What I would highlight Great atmosphere with many useful stuff to everybody. Excellent links to Norwich City which is so nice. On site facilities very good with a great range of bars and cafes.

What could be improved .

Course taken: October 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

MA Cultural Heritage and Museum Studies

F
Former Student
14/10/2017
What I would highlight Depends on what you're studying you will get to visit different facilities. For example med students get best of everything while maths and computing students get stuff on the crappier side. On the other hand students union is very unique and you definitely will have your hands full.

What could be improved No complaints.

Course taken: October 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

BSc Climate Change

F
Former Student
14/10/2017
What I would highlight Teaching and scientific research are the main work for our University's teachers. This two department contact mutually and put teaching and scientific research in the best position, this helps students learning well. Plus, the Uni provide a very good support to international students.

What could be improved Everything good.

Course taken: October 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

MA Creative Writing Poetry

F
Former Student
14/10/2017
What I would highlight The courses are truly interesting, teachers actually want to know everything about you! go out, join a society, go to social, use all that UEA has to offer (library, carrer center etc) UEA and Norwich is great both from an academinc and life style point of view

What could be improved All OK.

Course taken: October 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

BA Scriptwriting and Performance

F
Former Student
14/10/2017
What I would highlight Norwich is an excellent city. Nice clubs, the warmest people and a very good university UEA. Its campus is huge and all the lecturers are young and keen to help. Really search and find your accommodation in advance, preferably before getting there.

What could be improved .

Course taken: October 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

BSc Occupational Therapy

F
Former Student
14/10/2017
What I would highlight As the education was free for me as I received a scholarship, I had a nice budget during this time. It was also cheaper than the county I come from so the economic aspect weren't a problem.

What could be improved No complaints.

Course taken: October 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

MA International Security

F
Former Student
13/10/2017
What I would highlight Studying in England has been an unforgettable experience. Although I spent only a short period of time there (only six months as an exchange student) I dare say I didn't want to leave. Norwich is a lovely city and UEA ( University of East Anglia) is a pretty university with a lake in it (and small rabbits everywhere). The lecturers and the staff are really helpful and although as a law student I found the common law system a little bit different from what I was used to, by the end of the semester I was able to do quiet well at the exams. If you like a small university in a quiet city the I think that UEA is the perfect option!

What could be improved Nothing.

Course taken: October 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

MFA Creative Writing

F
Former Student
11/10/2017
What I would highlight You have some much to do, events in the square and hive have been varied and fun. Last year Derby day was the best its ever been with music and a party in the square.

What could be improved Everything good.

Course taken: October 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

MA Media and Cultural Politics

F
Former Student
11/10/2017
What I would highlight The best venue, loads of stuff to learn, great teaching and contact time. Downside is lack of year in industry in many subjects and lacking in number of high level internship contacts

What could be improved All OK.

Course taken: October 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

MA Education: Learning, Pedagogy and Assessment

F
Former Student
11/10/2017
What I would highlight The people here is, overall, very friendly and they also try to help you as much as possible. I would like to say that, even though it is difficult, it would be important for them to try and meet local students, from whom they'll learn a lot. Lecturers are very impersonal and just explain what they have prepared and then students write a paper that has nothing to do with what have been said in class. That's why I don't see the point of going to class, since we cannot widen or put into practice what we've been taught.

What could be improved Everything good.

Course taken: October 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

BA Philosophy

F
Former Student
28/09/2017
What I would highlight In my experience, it's very important to stay engaged with the activities. It is easy to isolate yourself so I suggest joining the societies available or start your own. There are so many sports clubs and it's always great to start a new sport. I was engaged in different clubs during my time at uni and really enjoyed it. Great way to make friends, learn something new and stay fit!

What could be improved Nothing.

Course taken: September 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

MSci Meteorology and Oceanography with a Year Abroad

F
Former Student
28/09/2017
What I would highlight Cool university, really warm people, with a lot of opportunities - both academic and leisure. the modules were great, teachers were very helpful and nice

What could be improved Nothing.

Course taken: September 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

ADVANCED PRACTITIONER: PARAMEDIC

F
Former Student
23/09/2017
What I would highlight The best environment and the warmest people, the SU bar is great and you can't beat the LCR for a night out. Also there are rabbits everywhere, which just makes you feel generally better about life.

What could be improved Nothing.

Course taken: September 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

LLB Law with European Legal Systems

F
Former Student
23/09/2017
What I would highlight Full of character with everything you need to hand. Maybe I've just been lucky, but I seem to have avoided the dramas with administration that friends at other unis have gone through. This a lovely city with lots of history and a fair amount of clubs - although if you're from somewhere like London it might be a bit of a let down. Very left wing and progressive, if you're into that. When I came to look around I wasn't expecting to like it, but I fell in love and here I am. Our unofficial slogan is 'Oh UEA is wonderful!' and most of the time it's not even being said sarcastically.

What could be improved .

Course taken: September 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

BA Scriptwriting and Performance

F
Former Student
23/09/2017
What I would highlight I really enjoyed the experience! It is a unique opportunity to academically and personally develop oneself.

What could be improved .

Course taken: September 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

BSc Occupational Therapy

F
Former Student
23/09/2017
What I would highlight So far, the classes were excellent. I don't really understand the teaching system (we have to read everything before the classes - doesn't really seem to be a good way when you can only teach sth the students already know). But everybody really tries to help you!

What could be improved Everything good.

Course taken: September 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

MSc Marketing

F
Former Student
20/09/2017
What I would highlight Excellent small university, surrounded by safe area, good atmosphere, nature all around, great gigs - oh and the lecturers are fantastic too

What could be improved .

Course taken: September 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

MRes Clinical Science

F
Former Student
01/09/2017
What I would highlight I had wonderful years at this university. Not only had the social aspect been fantastic including the live music society and the on campus club and pub but the ability to learn with the facilities on campus are brilliant. The teaching staff are excellent and my overall experience has been life changing. Best uni ever.

What could be improved Nothing.

Course taken: September 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

Location

  • Norwich
    University Of East Anglia

Teachers and trainers (4)

 Philip Gilmartin
Philip Gilmartin
Pro-Vice-Chancellor

Dylan Edwards
Dylan Edwards
Pro-Vice-Chancellor

Jacqueline Collier
Jacqueline Collier
Pro-Vice-Chancellor

Sarah Barrow
Sarah Barrow
Pro-Vice-Chancellor

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History

The University of East Anglia (UEA) admitted its first 87 undergraduate students in 1963 and it now attracts over 15,000 students from over 100 countries onto its choice of more than 300 courses of study. The choice of ‘Do Different’ as the University’s original motto was a deliberate signal that it was going to look at new ways of providing university education. At its heart was the principle of interdisciplinarity where related subjects are studied in combination with each other. This new way of studying made the University the natural home of new disciplines such as Environmental Science and Development Studies in which it rapidly became a world leader. It also developed the UK's first course in Creative Writing. More recently it has led to dynamic groupings of Medicine and Health schools that led to the University being selected to introduce one of the first new medical schools in the UK for more than 40 years. With 24 Schools of Study across Faculties of Science, Social Sciences, Medicine and Health, and Arts and Humanities the University offers the opportunity of a strong and well-rounded academic experience.

Advantages of studying here

As well as a strong reputation for innovation the University provides a unique, single-site campus experience that incorporates the world-renowned Norwich Research Park. In addition to significant investment in academic facilities the campus boasts over 20 architectural awards and includes iconic buildings by Lord Norman Foster and Sir Denys Lasdun. A £30m Sportspark ranked top in the UK by the Times, the world famous Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts and over 3,500 networked study bedrooms make the facilities on campus amongst the best.

Areas of specialisation

Broad study areas include: Biological and Chemical Sciences; Environmental and Earth Sciences; Geography; Forensic Sciences; International Development Studies; Mathematics, Computing and Information Systems; Medicine; Pharmacy; Occupational Therapy; Physiotherapy; Speech and Language Therapy; Nursing and Midwifery; Management and Business; Accountancy; History; Archeology; Educational Studies; Counselling; Economics; Political, Social and International Studies; Law and Legal Systems; Philosophy; English Literature and Creative Writing; Media Studies; Drama; American Studies; Art History; Film and TV Studies; Modern Languages and translation (French, Spanish, Japanese); Social Work; Psychology; Physical Education and Sport.

Description

The University of East Anglia (UEA) is an internationally renowned, campus-based university that delivers top quality academic, social and cultural facilities to over 15,000 brilliant Home/EU and International students. UEA’s postgraduate community is around 3,500 students, forming one of the central strengths of the University. UEA is ranked in the Top 1% of universities in the world (Times Higher World League Table 2015), a Top 20 UK university in the Guardian, Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016 and voted as one of the best universities for student experience.