By David Winlo
If you’re a musical student, UEA’s lack of a music degree may have come as a bit of a shock. It certainly did to me, and in addition to this it brought up some concerns about what else musical may be missing from the university, not all of which were unfounded.
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by Elizabeth Pratt and Ellen Atkinson
UEA is amazing. It’s one of the friendliest and most nurturing universities in the country – there’s a reason for its notorious high score for student satisfaction year after year. But despite that, it can still get quite overwhelming. University is an amazing experience, but it’s difficult. You’re away from your family, trying to make and keep friendships while balancing university work, and making sure that you do enough to make the price tag worth it.
Here is a list of places that you can escape to and take a few quiet minutes, or hours, to yourself, both on campus and further afield. Continue reading Places to go if you’re feeling overwhelmed: campus and further afield
It may seem a bit daunting living in student accommodation, especially if you didn’t get your first choice, or if you haven’t spent all that much time away from home before! Our editors have compiled a list of hints and tips to help you survive your first few weeks in halls, telling you what to expect, and when to expect a cleaner banging on the door after an LCR night. Continue reading Editor Opinions: Secrets of UEA Accommodation