The government have agreed to the introduction of ‘accelerated’ two-year degree courses, although this is still subject to parliamentary approval. This follows a consultation in which the government found that shorter courses will be able to offer more choice...
UEA’s Laugh at the LCR comedy night will return on Wednesday 23 January 2019 with a host of comedians. Comedy events have witnessed much success in the Freshers programs of the past few years, with Laugh at the LCR...
UEA has been announced as the next host of the prestigious biennial Commonwealth Agriculture Conference. The event will take place in Norwich in July 2020, to provide a meeting place for agricultural associations, plus other trade and research bodies. It...
The concept of an accelerated degree is one that starts off looking promising, but the more you look at it, the more cracks start to show. Although the fast track scheme will encourage disadvantaged students to pursue a degree...
UEA has pledged to pay the EU settlement fees of any EU citizens and non-EU family members wishing to continue their employment at the university beyond Brexit. The university have enlisted the law firm Mills and Reeves to construct...
Norwich Research Park has received the Outstanding Achievement award at the Norfolk Business Awards. Hosted by comedian Katherine Ryan, the event awarded 13 of Norfolk’s most promising businesses in front of 550 guests – the largest audience in almost...