Jo Johnson announced significant changes to the Teaching Excellence Framework metrics at the Universities UK conference. Previously, ratings depended on students' views of teaching, assessment and academic support from the National Student Survey, drop-out rates, and rates of employment...
In the wake of an arson attack on The Village Store, a Romanian-owned shop on Magdalen Street, Norwich came together to show ‘Solidarity with Migrants’ at a protest on Tuesday evening. Organised by Rebecca Tamás, a Hungarian-British PhD student at...
A former UEA student has been found guilty of aggravated trespass at Willesden Magistrates’ Court after cutting through the perimeter fence of Heathrow airport and occupying a section of the runway in the early hours of 13th July last...
The University and College Union (UCU) recently announced plans for 14 days of industrial action, beginning with a two day strike on Thursday 22 February. Staff at 61 universities including UEA have pledged their support to the action in response...
UEA stormed to their fifth consecutive Derby Day win on Saturday, comprehensively defeating Essex by 55 points to 15. 70 events took place across campus during the weekend's competition in 35 different sports, including Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, which made its...
Livewire 1350, UEA’s student radio station, has been nominated for an impressive five awards at this year’s Student Radio Awards. The awards, which are supported by BBC Radio 1 and Global, are the definitive celebration of student radio and...