University of East Anglia International Summer School (Direct Enroll)

United Kingdom
University of East Anglia International Summer School (Direct Enroll)
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Dates, Deadlines, and Costs
TermApp DeadlineStart DateEnd Date
SummerMarch 31End of JuneEnd of July
Program Information
  • GPA
  • 3.0
  • Language of Instruction
  • English
  • Foreign Language Requirement
  • No
  • Class Eligibility
  • Freshman, Junior, Senior, Sophomore
  • Program Open To
  • UA Students
  • Credit Type
  • Transfer Credit
  • Level of Study
  • Undergraduate
  • Housing Options
  • Residence Hall
  • Program Type
  • Direct Enroll
Program Overview

The University of East Anglia is situated in beautiful parkland on the outskirts of the medieval city of Norwich, and is conveniently only two hours from London by train in the northeastern county of Norfolk. UEA offers a variety of coursework across all majors and is known as one of the top research intensive universities in the UK.


Tentative Program Dates: June 30 - July 28, 2018


The courses available for this summer 2018 are as follows:

  • Branding, Advertising and Digital Marketing

Learn the secrets of the world's most successful brands and explore the connection between advertising, marketing communication techniques and how they shape brand messages.

  • Creative Writing

Experiment and develop your understanding of creative writing in England's first UNESCO City of Literature and learn from academics teaching with UEA's signature combination of intellectual rigour and creative innovation.

  • Digital Animation: Creating a 3D Computer Generated Movie

Understand the processes of 3D modelling and animation and gain practical experience of using the industry standard software Autodesk 3D Max. Use our specialised graphics lab to create your own animation. 

  • Emerging Financing Models in a Dynamic World

Explore the new innovative changes taking place within the world of finance in this 2-week joint course between University of East Anglia and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (Netherlands).

  • Global Media and Communications Law

Investigate the challenge posed by the information society and understand how increased access to the internet has played a role in how media industries and governments regulate the media. 

  • Ishibashi Foundation Summer School in Japanese Arts and Cultural Heritage

Develop an appreciation and understanding of Japanese arts and cultural heritage at our 3-week postgraduate level course supported by the Ishibashi Foundation. Full bursaries available for all successful applicants. 

  • Japan Orientation

An introduction to the study of Japan and its place in the world, with opportunities to explore the latest approaches to Japanese studies and discussions involving leading researchers and experts in the field.

  • Modern Conflict Archaeology and the Friendly Invasion

Examine the archaeology of the "Friendly Invasion" and explore the rich sources of information that are held in Britain's twentieth century military constructions, including airfields and sites associated with D-Day.

  • Reading Shakespeare's England

Reach back into the past and discover the bard, develop your understanding of the exquisite linguistic and dramatic qualities of Shakespeare’s plays, and visit Stratford-upon-Avon and the Globe Theatre in London.

  • Religion and Rebellion: Medieval East Anglia

Explore the hub of royal and religious power struggles 1066-1216, with topics including pilgrimage and the cult of saints, medieval medicine, medieval literature and the East Anglian rebellion against King John.

  • Additional Credit: Personal and Professional Development

This module focuses on awareness and reflection on aspects of professional development. Ideal for students who require 5 additional credit to transfer back to their home degree, but open to everyone.

*Please note: You must work with your academic advisor to be sure the above classes will be accepted by your major or minor.


The University of East Anglia is situated in beautiful parkland on the outskirts of the medieval city of Norwich, and is three hours from London by train in the northeastern county of Norfolk. Despite its medieval architecture and history, Norwich has a vibrant and youthful feel that is large enough to be cosmopolitan, and yet small enough to be intimate and friendly. The campus is also a friendly environment with a real sense of community with its own shops, banks, bars, and restaurants. The University of East Anglia is also home to the country’s biggest university sports complex and an active Student’s Union with over 100 clubs and societies that give international students an opportunity to socialize and become involved in university life.


Included in the cost of the program, are private en-suite style apartments; these are fully furnished residences on the UEA main campus. Each student will have their own room and will be sharing the rest of apartment with 8-12 people. Each bedroom contains plenty of storage, a single bed, internet and a private bathroom.

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Program Costs

To find the estimated costs of these programs, follow these steps:

  1. Go to UAE's website, with the mouse hovering over "Admissions", click on "Tuition and Fees" on the top of the page.
  2. Look over the expense items listed under "Program Fees" and "Expenses" and tally up expenses from BOTH, converting the currency from GBP to US Dollars (suggested currency converter: XE-Converter).
  3. Last, also add to the total expenses the Study Abroad Fee of $1,500, health insurance ($80 Semester/$160 Academic Year), and the costs of airfare to  (~$1,800).
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