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University of East Anglia
Norwich, United Kingdom (Outgoing Program)
Norwich is one of the main cities in East Anglia, on the east coast of England. Its history dates back to the Romans, and traces of the medieval city can still be seen in Norwich cathedral, castle, and city gates. Much of the best of what England has to offer can be enjoyed in the modern city: history and tradition, easy access to countryside and the coast, plenty of restaurants and shopping, and a thriving open-air market. Norwich’s Millennium Library is one of England’s finest, and the city’s art school makes for a lively cultural scene. Should you find yourself in need of a weekend break, London is less than two hours away by train.
In order to have an idea of what classes are available, you should visit the University of East Anglia website.
When looking for course, be sure that you are looking at courses for undergraduate students only and that you are looking at classes in the correct term of study. Full-year courses cannot be taken by single semester students.
United Kingdom Universities are typically on a three-year system; thus, courses listed as “Level 1,” “Level 2,” and “Level 3” do not necessarily translate into first, second, and third year courses in the American system. Students in the past have recommended taking courses at Level 1 or Level 2. Unlike the U.S. university system, universities in England offer upper-level courses at Levels 1 and 2. Courses at Level 3 tend to be rather advanced, much like our graduate courses, and students should pay particular attention to prerequisite requirements.
You will need to be sure that you are registered as a full time student according to UEA and Rutgers University. That means that you will take 60 UEA credits or 15 Rutgers credits per semester. The credit translation system between UEA and Rutgers University is 4:1, meaning a 20-credit course at the University of East Anglia will be a 5-credit course on your Rutgers University transcript. A regular course load at UEA is 15 credits per semester. It is not possible to take classes as not-for-credit or pass/fail.
For information about Study Abroad credit transfer, registration, and transcripts please visit the Academics section of our website.
Fall Semester: Late September – Mid-December
Spring Semester: Early-January – Late-June
To view the current academic calendar, please visit the UEA web page.
*All dates are subject to change. Do not book your flight until you have been accepted by the university and the academic dates have been confirmed.
Accommodations and Meals
Students are normally housed in university residence halls in single or en-suite rooms with private or shared baths. There are no “American-only” residences. Accommodations are located on or near campus. Your particular placement is made entirely at the discretion of the University of East Anglia. All accommodations at UEA are self-catered, meaning that there will be kitchen space in which you can cook your own meals.
You should not count on being able to stay in your room during official university breaks. You will need to visit University of East Anglia Accommodation Office upon your arrival in order to reserve space during university breaks. You may be charged a fee per day for using rooms during the breaks. You may also be asked to change rooms during the breaks so that repairs can be done.
For more information on accommodations, please visit the UEA website.
Financial InformationProgram Cost: 2015-2016
For more information about the additional Non-Billable Expenses please click on the Budget Sheet links near the top of this page.
For more information about Finances, including information about Financial Aid and Tuition Remission please visit the Finances section of our website.
As part of your preparation to apply for this study abroad program, please familiarize yourself with the Rutgers Study Abroad withdrawal policy.
Students are also encouraged to start researching Scholarship opportunities as early as possible. You may find the following scholarships applicable to this program.
Center for Global Education Scholarships- Available to all Rutgers students participating in a Center for Global Education program during the fall/spring/academic year/summer. Applications will be released to students after their acceptance and are reviewed on a first-completed basis. For more information please visit the Scholarship section of our website.
Benjamin A. Gilman Study Abroad Scholarships- Available to study abroad students who receive a Pell Grant. For more information about the scholarship and additional eligibility requirements please visit the Gilman website.
AASAP Scholarship - Each year the AASAP offers one 1000 pound scholarship. This application does take a bit of time to complete and is very competitive, so please give yourself ample time to complete it. Information about this scholarship and details about the due date can be found on the AASAP website.
BUTEX Scholarship- Each year BUTEX awards sixteen scholarships to students studying abroad for either a semester or for a whole academic year. The value of each scholarship is £500 and will be paid to the winners once they have arrived and registered at their host university. For more information please visit the BUTEX website.
Please also visit the Scholarships section of our website for additional information about Rutgers and National Scholarships.