“To wrap it up in a few words, I learned how to learn” – Chris and Carly from Deakin University discuss UEA’s Work Integrated Learning Programme.

Carly and Chris visited UEA in November 2018, as part of a group of students from Deakin University, Australia. The group studied a Work Integrated Learning Programme at Norwich Business School, in collaboration with Hethel Engineering Centre, working on project briefs set by local businesses in Norfolk. Carly: Why did I decide to do this…

“It’s not on everyone’s radar because it’s a little bit off the beaten track, but once they discover it they’ll fall in love with it.” – Middlebury College graduate, Jeffrey, on studying at UEA in 1986.

My time abroad… The chance to live abroad was something I’d always wanted to do. I spent my first semester of university at UEA.  Going from the structured environment of high school to university took me a while to get used to. I really loved it though and I loved interacting with students from from…

“All of this has made me a more independent and confident person.” -AMA student, Alethea, on the social and academic benefits of studying abroad.

Whenever someone from home asks me: “how’s Oklahoma?”, I find myself simply replying: “it’s good”. Not because I don’t have a multitude of things to talk about, but because it’s difficult to summarise exactly ‘how Oklahoma is’, and what part explicitly they’re interested in me telling. There’s so much to say about studying abroad, but…