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SUMMER STUDY

INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL 30 JUNE – 28 JULY 2018


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WELCOME TO UEA INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL 2018 Experience… A four-week international academic programme taught by UEA academics, featuring 40 contact hours, in-depth class discussions, and a variety of teaching styles. Explore… Life as a registered student on-campus in England, and living in halls of residence. Embrace… UK culture by taking part in a wide range of academic field trips and social excursions.

“Exciting, invigorating and challenging. I will cherish this experience for the rest of my life!” - Carly from Canada

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CONTENTS NORWICH: A FINE CITY

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NORFOLK AND BEYOND

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CAMPUS8 ACCOMMODATION9

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OUR MODULES

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SOCIAL ACTIVITIES

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HOW TO APPLY

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ASSESSMENT AND CREDIT

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FEES AND SCHOLARSHIPS

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NORWICH: A FINE CITY Explore a dynamic city, where old meets new and you never quite know what you’ll find around the next corner. Catch some comedy at The Playhouse, see a musical act at the 15th century church at Norwich Arts Centre, or watch a performance at the Theatre Royal. Or if cinema is more your thing, choose from one of Norwich’s four cinemas and watch not only the latest releases, but classic, independent and international films as well.

Wander the stalls of the largest outdoor market in the UK in Norwich city centre. It’s home to over 180 stalls selling a vast range of goods and services, including new and vintage fashion, crafts, gifts and flowers. It’s also a great place to get lunch, with market stalls offering a range of traditional British dishes and international cuisine.

Discover more about the history of this vibrant city and the British Isles by visiting the Norwich 12; a showcase of the most historically iconic buildings from across the ages. Walk the cobbled streets up to Norwich Castle, be inspired by the spectacular architecture of Norwich Cathedral, or enjoy a coffee in more contemporary surroundings at The Forum.

Relax after your busy day walking around the city by visiting one of the hundreds of restaurants Norwich has to offer; from international restaurant chains to family-run delis, you’re sure to find something to suit your taste. www.visitnorwich.co.uk

With a large range of both local and international shops, and home to two shopping centres, Norwich has something to suit everyone, no matter what your taste or budget. Pick up a souvenir in Norwich city centre, or escape the bustle and explore independent boutiques for that special gift and discover your new favourite cafe in the Norwich Lanes.

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NORFOLK AND BEYOND Step out of the city and into some of the most stunning countryside in the UK. Take a trip to the beautiful Norfolk coastline and discover miles of beaches and world famous nature reserves, before enjoying traditional fish and chips fresh from the seaside. Explore Thetford Forest, the UK’s largest manmade lowland forest, or round up a few friends and go out boating on the Norfolk Broads. Get a taste for rural life by enjoying a country walk, or visiting the unspoilt medieval villages and stately homes that are dotted around Norfolk.

With excellent transport links (including being only two hours from London by train) Norwich is a gateway to the UK and beyond. You could explore not only the rest of the UK, but also mainland Europe during your time with us – with daily direct flights to Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Amsterdam and Manchester from Norwich International Airport, where will your next adventure take you?

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CAMPUS With a broad variety of cafes, shops, accommodation and teaching spaces all within walking distance, our campus has everything you need to feel at home during your stay with us. Set amongst 200 hectares of parkland, make sure you take advantage of all our green spaces to play your favourite sports, have a barbeque, or enjoy a walk around the lake. You’ll be a registered UEA student which means you’ll have access to all facilities on campus, including the 24-hour library and the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts. There is also a Medical Centre on-campus which offers GP services, a pharmacy, and a travel health centre. At the heart of campus is the Square, an open social space where you can relax after classes or grab a bite to eat from the wide range of catering outlets, cafes, and the Student Union bar. Right next to the Square is the Street, where you can find the laundrette, along with Waterstones bookshop, ATMs, Barclays bank, and a general shop.

The shop stocks a range of food, drinks, and toiletries, and also has a Post Office. Next to the Square is the Multifaith Centre, offering prayer facilities and a safe place for quiet reflection for students of all beliefs and religions. Want to swim in an Olympic-sized swimming pool, play badminton or go rock climbing? UEA’s Sportspark is one of the biggest indoor university sports centres in Britain, where you can enjoy access to a newly equipped gymnastics centre, a martial arts and dance studio, an eight-lane athletics track, floodlit hockey and football pitches, tennis and squash courts, and a state-of-the-art gym.

HELP WHEN YOU NEED IT The International Summer School reception desk is staffed by a member of the team weekdays between 9am and 5pm. So, no matter what your question, we’re here to make your stay the best it can be. There’s also 24-hour security on campus, and you’ll be provided with our 24-hour emergency contact details, so you can feel safe no matter where you go.

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ACCOMMODATION You’ll be living in our contemporary, private ensuite accommodation called Britten House, which is located in the centre of campus. From here it takes just 5-15 minutes to walk wherever you need to go on campus. You’ll be sharing a kitchen and communal area with 8-12 other students on the programme. Accommodation is guaranteed and automatically allocated to International Summer School students, which ensures that you have a safe, comfortable and fun place to live while studying with us. There will also be residential staff living in Britten House who will be able to assist with any queries you may have.

INCLUDED IN YOUR ACCOMMODATION PRIVATE BEDROOM – Free Wi-Fi and data point – Single bed – Bedding; flat sheet, duvet and pillow with covers – Desk and chair, with desk light – Wardrobe with hangers – Ensuite facilities (shower, toilet, washbasin, mirror and towels) – Regular housekeeping SHARED KITCHEN – Welcome pack with snacks and cleaning products for your first few days – Combination convection microwave oven, hob, toaster and grill – Kettle – Fridge and freezer – Basic cooking equipment, cutlery and crockery – Dining area – Ironing board and iron

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OUR MODULES BRANDING, ADVERTISING AND DIGITAL MARKETING

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CREATIVE WRITING

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DIGITAL ANIMATION: CREATING A 3D COMPUTER GENERATED MOVIE

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EMERGING FINANCING MODELS IN A DYNAMIC WORLD

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GLOBAL MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS LAW

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ISHIBASHI FOUNDATION SUMMER SCHOOL IN JAPANESE ARTS AND CULTURAL HERITAGE

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JAPAN ORIENTATION

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MODERN CONFLICT ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE FRIENDLY INVASION

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READING SHAKESPEARE’S ENGLAND

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RELIGION AND REBELLION: MEDIEVAL EAST ANGLIA 1066–1216

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ADDITIONAL CREDIT: PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

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“The interesting topics related to my studies, a chance to study in the UK and to experience a different style of learning, lecturing, studying.” – Jana from Czech Republic

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OUR MODULES

BRANDING, ADVERTISING AND DIGITAL MARKETING NORWICH BUSINESS SCHOOL ACCREDITATION

20 UCU credits / 10 ECTS credits

ACADEMIC LEVEL

Undergraduate Level 5

FIELD TRIPS MAY INCLUDE

BBC Voices Workshop, Museum of Brands, Raveningham Advertising Trust

Are you fascinated by the world of brands and branding? Do you wonder about how advertising brings to life the power of brands, making them resonate with our emotions? This intensive and interactive module will help you explore the connection between advertising and marketing communication techniques and how they shape brand messages.

You’ll explore both theory and practice in branding and advertising, and apply these in creating your own branding campaign. You’ll get hands-on experience of creating advertisements, posters, TV commercials, event marketing campaigns, social media strategy, and website design.

Find out more at: www.uea.ac.uk/summerstudyabroad/business

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OUR MODULES

CREATIVE WRITING SCHOOL OF LITERATURE, DRAMA AND CREATIVE WRITING ACCREDITATION

20 UCU credits / 10 ECTS credits

ACADEMIC LEVEL

Undergraduate Level 5

FIELD TRIPS MAY INCLUDE

The Globe Theatre (London), Women’s Writers walking tour

Study in England’s first UNESCO City of Literature – the place where literature, quite simply, is happening. Experiment with prose fiction and poetry and explore your creativity whilst being guided in the craft and technical elements of creative writing.

You’ll study the work of established authors alongside gaining the disciplines necessary to be a writer, including writing in drafts and reading as a writer. You’ll finish the course by writing, editing and publishing a literary magazine for the end of summer finale celebrations.

Find out more at: www.uea.ac.uk/summerstudyabroad/creativewriting

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OUR MODULES

DIGITAL ANIMATION: CREATING A 3D COMPUTER GENERATED MOVIE SCHOOL OF COMPUTING SCIENCES ACCREDITATION

20 UCU credits / 10 ECTS credits

ACADEMIC LEVEL

Undergraduate Level 5

FIELD TRIPS MAY INCLUDE

London Science Museum, Bletchley Park

You’ll focus on gaining practical experience in creating and modifying 3D models using the industry standard software Autodesk 3ds Max.

You’ll gain an in-depth understanding of the issues involved in the creation of 3D models and how they are used to create visual images and animations.

You’ll learn how to apply a range of textures and surfaces to the objects and how to add lighting for realism and special effects, building up towards creating a final animation project.

To help you in your studies, you’ll have access to top class teaching facilities, including a specialised graphics lab.

Find out more at: www.uea.ac.uk/summerstudyabroad/digitalanimation

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EMERGING FINANCING MODELS IN A DYNAMIC WORLD 30 JUNE – 14 JULY 2018 NORWICH BUSINESS SCHOOL ACCREDITATION

10 UCU credits / 5 ECTS credits

ACADEMIC LEVEL

Undergraduate Level 5

FIELD TRIPS MAY INCLUDE

Visits to financial institutions in Amsterdam, London and Norwich

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Earlybird – £1895.00 Standard – £2115.00 Partner – £1695.00

This unique module is a joint course between University of East Anglia and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (Netherlands), where you will be studying for a week at each university. On this course, you will deal with case studies and projects, honing your creativity, flexibility, professional insights and social skills in lean (start-up) projects and scrums that equip you to face the future of today’s gig economy.

You will learn to innovate within a sustainable financial model or product, cooperating with financial experts in a business environment based on principles such as good finance, inclusive finance and international impact investment. You will also build financial models in Microsoft Excel and prepare business presentations aimed at attracting external funding. Add this to the interactive lectures, practical workshops and meetings with the business community, investors and entrepreneurs and you will be ready to step into a new world of finance. Find out more at: www.uea.ac.uk/ summerstudyabroad/finance

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GLOBAL MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS LAW LAW SCHOOL ACCREDITATION

20 UCU credits / 10 ECTS credits

ACADEMIC LEVEL

Undergraduate Level 5

FIELD TRIPS MAY INCLUDE

Royal Courts of Justice and Supreme Court

Increased access to the internet has played a significant role in how media industries and governments regulate the media. This has led to concerns about human rights and has posed new problems for the law. Many have predicted that the internet will make borders less relevant, especially with the prevalence of smart phones and mobile technologies.

You’ll be encouraged to share the legal systems of your own country to explore the challenges posed by the developments of the ‘information society’. We will investigate the increasingly globalised and integrated media industries, looking to the rule of law and to national legal systems.

Find out more at: www.uea.ac.uk/summerstudyabroad/law

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JAPANESE ARTS AND CULTURAL HERITAGE 28 JULY – 18 AUGUST 2018

CENTRE FOR JAPANESE STUDIES, INTERDISCIPLINARY INSTITUTE FOR THE HUMANITIES ACCREDITATION

Non-accredited

ACADEMIC LEVEL

Advanced Undergraduate or Postgraduate

FIELD TRIPS MAY INCLUDE

Major museums with Japanese collections and significant cultural heritage sites in London and Norfolk

The Centre for Japanese Studies invites applications for an intensive three-week postgraduate level Summer School in Japanese Arts and Cultural Heritage from July 28 to August 18. With the support of the Ishibashi Foundation, we offer full bursaries to all successful applicants accepted on to the course. The bursary covers tuition, accommodation, subsistence, study trips and a contribution towards travel costs. Applications are invited from any country from advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students with a demonstrable interest in the field. The course will be taught in English. Find out more at: www.uea.ac.uk/ summerstudyabroad/ishibashi

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Classes will take place on the UEA campus, home to the renowned Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, and at the Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures in the historic centre of the city of Norwich. Taught by leading specialists in the field, this Summer School offers an exceptional opportunity for students to develop an in-depth appreciation and understanding of Japanese arts and cultural heritage.

“It helped me to expand my knowledge in different areas related to Japan and my field of study, as well as to meet many people with shared interests.” – Mina from Serbia

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JAPAN ORIENTATION CENTRE FOR JAPANESE STUDIES, INTERDISCIPLINARY INSTITUTE FOR THE HUMANITIES ACCREDITATION

Non-accredited

ACADEMIC LEVEL

Undergraduate

FIELD TRIPS MAY INCLUDE

British Museum, Cambridge University Library

Japan plays a significant role in the contemporary world, yet it is still seen by many as an unknown and mysterious culture. You’ll explore the latest approaches to Japanese studies and focus on stimulating discussions involving leading researchers and experts in the field of Japanese studies.

You’ll gain an enhanced passion for the history of Japan, Japanese culture, and the future of Japan within our global society, and enjoy guest lectures, workshops and fieldtrips to enhance class discussions.

Find out more at: www.uea.ac.uk/summerstudyabroad/japan

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OUR MODULES

MODERN CONFLICT ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE FRIENDLY INVASION SCHOOL OF HISTORY ACCREDITATION

20 UCU credits / 10 ECTS credits

ACADEMIC LEVEL

Undergraduate Level 5

FIELD TRIPS MAY INCLUDE

Imperial War Museum Duxford, sites of commemoration

During the twentieth century, the British landscape was transformed by a huge variety of military constructions. Pillboxes, airfields, coastal batteries, radar sites, bombing decoys, and air defence were all built to defend the country from attack. These sites hold a rich source of information about momentous episodes in British history.

You’ll be introduced to the discipline and methodological approaches of modern conflict archaeology. Using these skills, you’ll then examine in-depth the archaeology of the ‘Friendly Invasion’. You’ll study a wide range of Second World War American military facilities in the UK including airfields and sites associated with D-Day.

Find out more at: www.uea.ac.uk/summerstudyabroad/modernconflict

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OUR MODULES

READING SHAKESPEARE’S ENGLAND SCHOOL OF LITERATURE, DRAMA AND CREATIVE WRITING ACCREDITATION

20 UCU credits / 10 ECTS credits

ACADEMIC LEVEL

Undergraduate Level 5

FIELD TRIPS MAY INCLUDE

Stratford-upon- Avon, The Globe Theatre (London)

SUPPLEMENT

£300 for residential field trip

The poet and dramatist Ben Jonson described his ‘beloved’ friend and sometime rival William Shakespeare as ‘not of an age, but for all time!’, and Shakespeare’s plays are still celebrated for their ‘timeless’ or ‘universal’ appeal, but it might be more useful, if less poetic, to say he was both of an age and for all time.

You’ll be invited to develop your understanding of the exquisite linguistic and dramatic qualities of Shakespeare’s plays, and to consider these works in light of the peculiarities of the historical and cultural moment in which they were first written and performed. Watch the plays come to life from the page, as we enjoy live productions and consider the ways in which Shakespeare’s theatre functioned. Find out more at: www.uea.ac.uk/ summerstudyabroad/shakespeare

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OUR MODULES

RELIGION AND REBELLION: MEDIEVAL EAST ANGLIA 1066–1216 SCHOOL OF HISTORY ACCREDITATION

20 UCU credits / 10 ECTS credits

ACADEMIC LEVEL

Undergraduate Level 5

FIELD TRIPS MAY INCLUDE

Sutton Hoo, Ely Cathedral, Framlingham Castle

Looking at two major themes of medieval history, religion and royal power, this module delves into the medieval world of East Anglia under the Norman and Angevin Kings. You’ll examine the development of royal power in the area and the rise of the great monastic houses, exhibiting some of the best medieval architecture Britain has to offer.

You’ll explore topics such as pilgrimage and the cult of saints, medieval medicine, medieval literature, and the East Anglian rebellion against King John. You’ll also have the chance to visit important sites such as Ely Cathedral, the centre of Saxon resistance against the Normans, Framlingham Castle (the home of the medieval earls of Norfolk), and the Anglo-Saxon burial site of Sutton Hoo. Find out more at: www.uea.ac.uk/ summerstudyabroad/religionandrebellion

“Diving into medieval disaster – AMAZING!” – Sarah from Australia

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ADDITIONAL CREDIT: PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT NORWICH BUSINESS SCHOOL ACCREDITATION

5 UCU credits / 2.5 ECTS credits

ACADEMIC LEVEL

Undergraduate Level 5

SUPPLEMENT

£250

Awareness and reflection on aspects of professional development is vital in regards to a fulfilling career. Throughout this module, you will explore the reasons behind this, and be able to voice your own opinions on the subject. You’ll learn what is meant by the term ‘professional development’, how it is involved in the workplace, and in particular why it is crucial to career progression. This option is ideal if you require additional credit to transfer back to your home degree, but is open to everyone.

You must attend an introductory workshop and academic tutorials, and are required to complete a supplementary academic assignment before the official International Summer School submission deadline. Find out more at: www.uea.ac.uk/ summerstudyabroad/additionalcredit

The module cannot be taken as a standalone subject and must be selected alongside any of the accredited modules on offer. It will be shown on your academic transcript as an additional module.

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SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Get to know your fellow students, experience Norwich and the surrounding area, and relax between academic classes with our schedule of inclusive social activities. All of these events are included in your fee and open to everyone. We’ve planned these events to make your time with us as memorable as possible, as well as to give you a taste of British life and culture. We also offer an additional social programme with all the arrangements made for you to visit England’s top cities and attractions, allowing you to relax and enjoy the sights. You can book these activities in advance for an additional fee. Throughout the summer, we’ll also provide suggestions of activities happening in Norwich and the surrounding areas. We’ll be happy to help if you have questions about booking transport or accommodation to travel independently within Norfolk, or further afield in the UK and beyond!

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INCLUSIVE SOCIAL ACTIVITIES – Welcome brunch – UEA campus tour and Norwich city tour – Sunday roast dinner – Supermarket trip – Great British Quiz – Cinema social – Mississippi Paddle Boat cruise on the Norfolk Broads – International Food Night – Celebratory drinks reception – Summer School finale with afternoon tea

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ADDITIONAL SOCIAL ACTIVITIES London and Cambridge

Seaside day trip

Take in two of England’s most iconic cities with us! Enjoy a flight on the London Eye, see the Crown Jewels at the Tower of London, and relax on a punt along the River Cam in beautiful Cambridge.

Experience a day at the Norfolk Seaside, including a boat trip to see the seals at Blakeney Point, British fish and chips, and crabbing on Cromer promenade.

Stonehenge, Bath and Windsor

Join our trip to the world-famous Warner Brothers studios where all eight of the Harry Potter films were made. Walk in the footsteps of Harry and explore the wonders of the wizarding world, including breathtaking sets, original costumes and authentic props.

Harry Potter Studio Tour day trip

Explore some of the England’s most historic cities with us! Visit the prehistoric monument Stonehenge, explore the historic city of Bath, and see if the Queen is visiting Windsor Castle.

TRIP

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London and Cambridge

Friday 6 – Sunday 8 July

£350

Stonehenge, Bath and Windsor

Friday 13 – Sunday 15 July

£350

Seaside

Saturday 21 July

£10

Harry Potter Studio Tour

Saturday 22 July

£80

All trips are inclusive of transport and entry tickets, with all meals and accommodation included for weekend trips. A group leader will accompany you and full itineraries will be provided in advance of each trip. Places are limited on all additional trips, so if you’re interested make sure you secure your place before it is too late!

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HOW TO APPLY NOMINATION After receiving a nomination from your home university, we will send you an email invitation to complete our online application. If you are applying directly, please proceed to our online application: www.uea.ac.uk/summerstudyabroad/apply APPLICATION We will respond to all submitted applications within two weeks of online submission. We may need to request further supporting documents or references. Once we have all the required information, your application will be assessed and you will be notified of the outcome by email. If you have been successful you will be sent a link to officially accept your offer, as well as information about how to pay your fees. A deposit of ÂŁ200 needs to be paid within two weeks of your unconditional offer, or by 15 May 2018, in order to secure your place on your chosen module. The balance fee deadline is 29 May 2018. PRE-REGISTRATION One month before arrivals you will receive an email inviting you to preregister online, you will need to complete this task before arriving on campus.

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ARRIVALS AND WELCOME EVENTS You will need to arrive on campus on Saturday 30 June between 12 and 8pm, either through our inclusive Heathrow transfer or independently. On Sunday 1 July you will have a full day of welcome activities to introduce you to UEA, Norwich and your fellow International Summer School students. REGISTRATION AND ORIENTATION On Monday 2 July you will have your passport/visa checked and complete the registration process to become a full UEA student! There will be an afternoon of orientation activities, before your academic module begins on Tuesday 3 July. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS – All applicants should be aged 17 or over* – All applicants are expected to have attained a high UK 2:2; equal to a US GPA of 3.0, or equivalent – Non-native English speakers need an IELTS score of 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in each component, or an equivalent score on an approved English test.

APPLICATION PROCESS Visit www.uea.ac.uk/ summerstudyabroad/ apply for a link to our online application form and guidance notes. As part of the online application, you will need to provide: – An official version of your latest academic transcripts – If you are a non-native English speaker, proof of your English language level – A copy of the photographic page of your valid passport. Contact us if you have any questions regarding your application: summerstudyabroad@uea.ac.uk +44 (0) 1603 592255 SHORT TERM STUDY VISA If you require a visa to study in the UK, you will need to apply for a short-term study visa once you have formally accepted your offer. For any queries regarding visas, our International Student Advisory Team is on hand to help at: isat@uea.ac.uk

*17 year old students will be required to submit additional supporting documents, visit www.uea. ac.uk/summerstudyabroad/eligibility for full details.

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ASSESSMENT AND CREDIT You’ll be able to take advantage of a wide range of teaching methods on your chosen module, including: lectures, seminars/tutorials, workshops, lab work, and studio time. You’ll have a minimum of 40 hours of academic contact throughout the four-week period, and this will also be supplemented by off-campus academic field trips, experiential workshops and guest lectures.

Full module details including coursework details and deadlines, field trip information, academic level and accreditation can be found in the individual module outlines on our webpages.

www.uea.ac.uk/summerstudyabroad/modules

ASSESSMENT During the programme, you’ll be assessed in a number of different ways, such as coursework, essays, class presentations, course tests, practical laboratory work, or a final practical piece of work. Coursework helps you to learn and improve your academic understanding in two ways, through both formative and summative work and feedback. Formative coursework does not contribute to your module results but does offer you guidance on how to improve. Summative coursework marks do contribute to your overall grade.

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UEA has rules on submitting your work correctly, and this information will be provided in your International Summer School handbook and compulsory orientation sessions. CREDIT TRANSFER For accredited modules, the International Summer School Office will provide you with a transcript which will be sent electronically at the end of September 2018. All students who complete the programme will receive a certificate of attendance during the finale celebrations. Grade translations and credit transfer are managed by your home university.

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FEES AND SCHOLARSHIPS TYPE OF APPLICATION

DEADLINE

FEE

Earlybird

31 March 2018

£2,895

Standard

1 May 2018

£3,095

Partner

1 May 2018

£2,695

Fees are inclusive of: – Airport transfer from London Heathrow at 3pm on 30 June – Return airport transfer from UEA campus at 8am on 28 July – Four weeks on-campus private ensuite accommodation in a shared flat

SCHOLARSHIPS See our webpage for a full list of scholarships and discounts available for the UEA International Summer School 2018.

– Induction and orientation programme – Social activities – Finale celebrations – Assessment and study skills workshops – Study support drop-in sessions – Tuition, field trips and tutorials – Certificate of attendance – Academic transcript (for accredited modules)

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