University of East Anglia

Why UEA?

By choosing UEA, you will be applying to one of England's top and an internationally renowned university. UEA offers over 300 programs of study, and has a population of about 14,000 students.

  • Terms: fall (September thru December) spring (January thru May).
  • Eligibility: minimum 3. 0 GPA; minimum junior standing by the time of study in England.
  • Credits: 15-20 undergraduate per semester.
  • Frequently asked questions: visit our FAQ page to learn about financial aid and more.
  • Application deadlines: April 15 for fall and October 1 for spring.  It is recommended that students apply by April 1 to allow more time for placement in particular subjects like literature, drama, writing, media, film, and television. 

How to Apply

Students must submit both the SUNY application and the University of East Anglia application by the deadlines stated in the above section.

Courses at UEA

In England, "courses" are referred to as "modules," and what we call "majors" in the U.S. are called "courses" in the UK.  Module descriptions can be found in the course catalog.  Please note that the campus timetable may not be available until a few days before the semester starts, so students may not know which modules they are taking until they arrive on campus.   

Accommodations

You will pay for your accommodations directly to UEA shortly after you arrive in England. To check out the types of accommodations available, cost and payment information please visit UEA's accommodations website. Please note that UEA does not have a meal plan as you are accustomed to having in the U.S. The residence have shared kitchen facilities where you can store and prepare your own food.

Location

For the past 900 years, Norwich has been an essential European trading city due to its location on England's eastern coast and proximity to mainland Europe. It is also located less than two hours from London by train making it a perfect spot if you want easy access to this world capital and other nearby European countries. Surrounding Norwich, you will find beautiful countryside and the sea.

Program Cost Estimate

 Please note that all fees are subject to change without notice.

More Information

 

Questions, Comments, Suggestions?

If you would like more information about study abroad and exchange opportunities at SUNY Plattsburgh, please contact us at:

Global Education Office
101 Broad Street
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Phone: (518) 564-3287
Toll-Free Phone: (800) 388-6784
Fax: (518) 564-3292
E-mail: geo@plattsburgh.edu

Location: We are on the second floor of the Kehoe Administration Building on the SUNY Plattsburgh campus.