IFSA University of East Anglia Partnership

Norwich, England

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Term
Fall, Spring, Year
Language of Instruction

English

Language Prerequisite

None

Finance Options
Scholarships, grants, financial aid, monthly payment plan, credit card payments and more!
Application Deadlines:
  • Fall: April 15
  • Spring: October 15

YEAR OPTIONS: Students interested in calendar or academic year-long options should contact IFSA-Butler for deadlines, fees and more.

Min. GPA for Consideration:
3.0
Typical Credit Load:
15

About University of East Anglia

Immerse yourself in a British university campus! Wake up in your residential college, walk to your creative writing class across beautiful green spaces, study in the 24-hour library, work out in the Sports Park or cycle into town, and end the day at a student union concert.

University of East Anglia Benefits

  • High academic standards in a modern university on the slopes of the Yare Valley, three miles west of Norwich and a 20-minute bus ride to downtown
  • An active students' union provides live entertainment and facilities for more than 200 clubs and societies
  • The largest indoor university sports center with an Olympic sized pool, 12 badminton courts, an 8-lane athletics track, 6 floodlit hockey and soccer pitches, as well as a state-of-the-art gym, indoor climbing wall, 5 squash courts, a newly equipped gymnastics center, 6 tennis courts and 40 acres of playing fields. 
  • Art History students spend the two-week Spring Study Period in Venice after taking intensive art history courses at UEA 
  • Modular course structure allows for flexible enrollment
  • Live and learn in the historic medieval town of Norwich, about 30 minutes from the beach
  • Campus contains a nature wonderland of meadows and lakes with otters, deer, orchids, and more, and the area is known for having many more sunny days than any other U.K. location 
  • Environmental Studies, Art/Media, and Creative Writing are well-known and most popular options

IFSA-Butler

Your success is our success! Whatever your goals, our approach is carefully designed to help you achieve them.
You will experience challenging, rewarding coursework in the highest quality classes, while receiving the academic support you need.
More than a tourist in a foreign country, you will engage in the community, build competencies, and develop yourself as a citizen of the world.
Our programs and practices reflect the value we place on diverse perspectives and are designed to support a variety of learners.
Round out your classroom experience with hands-on opportunities like internships, directed research, student teaching, community-based learning or volunteering, and cultural excursions.
You will have academic and personal mentors to assist with program choice, application, travel, cultural acclimation, language acquisition, class registration, academic issues, health and safety, and everything in between.

Academics at University of East Anglia Partnership

Courses
To view available courses at the University of East Anglia, visit the online course catalog.

A full course load at UEA is 60 units for the semester (equivalent to 15 U.S. semester credit hours) and 120 for the year (equivalent to 30 U.S. semester credit hours). 
  • 10 UEA credit units = 2.5 U.S. semester credit hour
  • 20 UEA credit units = 5 U.S. semester credit hours
  • 30 UEA credit units = 7.5 U.S. semester credit hours
Please review all your syllabi and course materials when you are registering for classes (both pre-arrival and on-site). Certain classes may have a one-off lab or field trip fee that is disclosed in the syllabus or first meeting of class. You will be responsible for these fees, whether they are billed and paid by IFSA or billed to you.
Course Restrictions
  • You should focus mainly on classes within your School at UEA. Semester students must take at least 40 UCU, or two-thirds of their credits, within their School. Year students must take at least 60 UCU, or half of their credits, within their School.
  • Final exams for the fall semester are offered in June, so students attending UEA for the fall semester must choose classes labeled CW or PR. These classes are assessed by coursework or projects and do not require a final exam. You will not be permitted to enroll in fall semester classes that require exams.
  • Courses from the School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing (LDC) are extremely competitive, with preference given to full degree-seeking students. Study abroad students can enroll in only two LDC courses while abroad.
Transcripts
After you return to the U.S., IFSA will send a Butler University transcript to your home university and to your permanent address. The transcript reflects the courses taken, credits attempted, and grades earned during your term abroad. This service is included in your study abroad program at no additional cost
Subjects offered at University of East Anglia Partnership
Accounting American/Canadian Studies Anthropology Arabic Arabic Art History Biochemistry Biology Biomedical Science Biotechnology Business Chemistry Chinese Communications Computer Science Creative Writing Cultural Studies Earth Science Ecology Economics Elementary Education English English Literature Environmental Science/Studies European History European Studies Film Production Finance French Genetics Geography Geology Greek (Modern and Classical) History Information Technology International Studies/Affairs/Relations Italian Law/Legal Studies Management Marketing Mathematics Media/Multimedia Studies Meteorology Molecular and Cellular Biology Music Studies Pharmacy/Pharmacology Philosophy Physics Political Science Public/Global Health Secondary Education Social Work Sociology Spanish Statistics Theater/Drama

Housing & Meals

Housing Type
Residence Hall/Dormitory
Meals
Self-catered
Details
All university accommodation at East Anglia is self-catered. You will have use of small shared kitchens in the residential areas of the college, which are suitable for preparing snack-type meals. Each kitchen is equipped with a refrigerator, freezer, oven and/or microwave.

The IFSA-Butler Team

IFSA-Butler has a dedicated team and staff who are here to help every student prepare and be ready to achieve their goals at every step of the way.

Finance Advisor

Resident Director

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Academic Affairs Director

Dates and Fees

Spring 2018

Program Dates

Program Start Date
January 8, 2018
Program End Date
June 16, 2018

Program Fees

Tuition
$18,625
Housing
$3,650
Insurance
Included
Total Program Fee
$22,275
Students pay a $500 non-refundable program deposit upon confirmation of attendance. The deposit is applied to the total program fee.

Estimated Costs

Airfare
$1,200
Meals
$2,240
Books & Supplies
$195
Local Transportation
$250
Personal Expenses
$990
(Includes utilities, laundry, entertainment, expected start-up costs, etc. Does not include personal travel.)
Total Estimated Costs
$4,875

Fall 2018

Program Dates

Program Start Date
September 17, 2018
Program End Date
December 14, 2018

Program Fees

Tuition
$19,775
Housing
$2,500
Insurance
Included
Total Program Fee
$22,275
Students pay a $500 non-refundable program deposit upon confirmation of attendance. The deposit is applied to the total program fee.

Estimated Costs

Airfare
$1,200
Meals
$1.300
Books & Supplies
$200
Local Transportation
$150
Visa
n/a
Personal Expenses
$770
(Includes utilities, laundry, entertainment, expected start-up costs, etc. Does not include personal travel.)
Total Estimated Costs
$3,620