Looking for a way to further enhance your UEA degree? What better way to do so then spending a year or semester at a world-renowned partner university that is ranked in the global top 100! ————————————————————————————————————————————————— Utrecht University Utrecht University has been ranked #75 in the Times Higher Education (THE) Rankings 2020 and has consistently been recognised as one of the best universities in the … Continue reading Two of the Top 100 Universities UEA is Partnered With
Returning Home In your final year you may find it a little daunting coming back when some of your friends have graduated. My philosophy when I returned was to treat it like another year abroad. There will be students on their year abroad on your course wanting to make friends with people from the UK, so talk to them! Bond over the fact that they’re … Continue reading Reflections from a returnee study abroad student on coming home and planning your next adventure…
When I started to consider a year abroad and where I thought I would choose to spend a year of my degree studying, Sweden hadn’t really entered my head. I’m not sure about other people’s experiences, but I always thought of Paris, Amsterdam, Barcelona or Berlin when thinking about living somewhere else in Europe during my student years. Once I started doing my research into … Continue reading “Lund really stood out to me initially because of its reputation as one of the best universities in the world.” Daniel on his year at Lund University, Sweden.
Travelling is an incredible concept. The idea that you can up sticks, move yourself to an unknown culture and immerse yourself in two days, two weeks or even two months of unadulterated learning is fantastic. It’s something we often take for granted. The fact that we have the ability to physically and financially travel, to gain knowledge, experience customs so far removed from our own, … Continue reading Meet the FCO Brand Ambassador – Emma Watkins
Sweden is home to a mere 9 million people. Whilst I live in the nation’s fourth biggest city, it’s just about the same size as Norwich, except the Uppsala Universitet is twice as big as UEA and ten times as old… with about as many churches too. In some ways it’s surprisingly similar to Norwich, but in others it is very different. The most obvious … Continue reading “Erasmus isn’t just for language students, and above all you will find that you discover a new home” Jessica at Uppsala Universitet, Sweden