Two-tier undergraduate tuition fees have been considered by the Higher Education Review. As part of the UK Government’s Higher Education Review, due for publication in early 2019, there has been unconfirmed reports that the Review’s recommendation will be to...
Two opposing demonstrations took place in the Norwich city centre in the midst of rising tensions regarding the topic of immigration. The protests began with the right-wing group UK Unity (UKU), who took to the city after organising a...
The University of East Anglia has ranked highly in an array of subject areas by Times Higher Education’s (THE) annual global subject rankings. For law, the university has been positioned 55th out of 187 worldwide with Polly Morgan, Deputy Head...
The Critical Quarterly literary journal will now be based in the University of East Anglia. Since its start at the University of Cambridge in 1958, the journal has published literary criticism, cultural studies, poetry and fiction. ‘CQ has a great...
Last Wednesday Welfare, Community and Diversity Officer, Georgina Burchell, launched her new Sexperience campaign held in the Hive. The event has been designed to remove the stigmas surrounding sexual health. It consisted of a series of stalls and talks,...
East Anglia has secured an investment from network rail to the tune of £2 billion to provide a better performing railway service for Cambridge, Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and London. The grant will be spent on maintaining and renewing existing...