Living in United Kingdom
The United Kingdom offers many attractions, which makes studying abroad and living in the UK more interesting.
The British people are friendly and peaceful.
There are beautiful sceneries, historical buildings, world-class musicals and concerts, latest fashion designs plus all the modern conveniences.
There are many Pathway programmes, specially designed to help international students; from English enhancement to Foundation programmes, which articulate into Bachelor Degree programmes.
The general quality of tertiary education in the UK is comparatively high. The average total cost for study and living in the UK is approximately British Pound 25,000 a year.
Studying in University Of East Anglia
Educational Link is the authorized representative in Singapore for University Of East Anglia.
Our service to you is free of charge.
We will provide you with the following service:
- verification & certification of your original documents
- information & advice on how, what & when to prepare the application process
- information & advice regarding costs and programme selection
- guidance on the student-visa application process
- pre-departure preparation briefing
About University Of East Anglia
- UEA is ranked:- Number 1 for student satisfaction among mainstream Universities in England.
- Top UK University ranked 23rd in The Times Good University Guide.
- UEA is located two miles outside Norwich city center in 320 acres of parkland.
- Norwich is located less than 2 hours by rail from London.
- Norwich, having one of the lowest levels of crime in the UK, was recently rated one of the coolest places to be a student in the UK by the Independent newspaper
- UEA has over 13,000 students – approximately 9,900 Undergraduates and 3,300 Postgraduates.
- About 1,200 International Students from 117 countries worldwide.
- Within the UEA Campus, there are over 3,000 excellent student accommodations.
- Award-winning architecture by Sir Denys Lasdun, Lord (Norman) Foster and Rick Mather.
- Home to the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts housing the Sainsbury Collection, combining modern Western works with fine and applied arts from across the globe.
- Multi-million-pound Sportspark, including a 50m competition swimming pool, a climbing wall, fitness center and a human performance laboratory.
- Former students include Booker Prize-winning authors Ian McEwan and Kazuo Ishiguro; comedy writers and performers Charlie Higson, Arthur Smith and Paul Whitehouse; explorer Benedict Allen; meteorologist Penny Tranter; actors Jack Davenport, James Frain and Tim Bentinck; and BBC Radio’s Jenny Abramsky.