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UEA is a world ranked and globally renowned university situated in the traditional English City of Norwich and just 90 minutes from London

Founded in 1963, UEA is home to 16,000 students, around 3,500 of which join us from 120 countries

We drive diversity and reward academic rigour by providing an excellent scholarship scheme to our international cohort, with over £10m worth of scholarship offered to students in 2020

We are committed to excellent career guidance and enhanced employability.  Furthermore, we offer all students access to our careers support service for up to three years after they graduate.  

GREAT Scholarships 2021

The University of East Anglia has four GREAT Scholarships available for the 2021-22 academic year for students from China (one), Egypt (one), India (one) and Nepal (one).

For eligible subjects, please visit the university website. 


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Key subject showcase

MSc Data Science

This course is designed to train highly qualified data analysts – or data scientists – to embark on careers in a wide range of industries. You’ll be given an excellent practical and theoretical grounding in data mining and statistics with the chance to customise your degree through modules in artificial intelligence, visualisation, programming and database manipulation. Data Scientists are highly prized for their advanced, practical skill set and their increasing importance to the success of a modern business.

MSc Global Business Management

This course is for students with an undergraduate degree aspiring to work in multinational organisations, in varied cultural settings with a sound understanding of what it takes to be a Global business entrepreneur, leader, manager and an effective team player. A large number of modules are being made available so students aspiring towards a particular career path, be it in marketing, branding, HR, consulting, can study relevant content.

MA Media Culture and Society 

Studying and working in the media requires an acute awareness of the way media and culture shape people’s understanding of - and responses to - their world. From the daily routines to the grand designs of contemporary society – from the election of a president to the fall of a government – it’s almost impossible to make sense of national or world events without understanding the role media and culture play.

Further information about the University of East Anglia

  • UK top 25 institution (The Times/Sunday Times 2021)
  • World top 200 institution (THE Workd Raknkings 2021)
  • GOLD in the Teaching Excellence Framework 2017-2021