Norfolk offers a wide range of educational opportunities through its primary, secondary, further and higher education facilities. It is also home to the world renowned University of East Anglia, famous for its teaching, research and innovation.
The University of East Anglia has over 13,000 students studying on campus. It offers a choice of over 300 courses including environmental sciences, biological sciences, information systems and development studies. UEA is ranked amongst the top three for student satisfaction according to the first National Student Survey and in the top 20 in the UK by the Sunday Times. It also came top of the most recent research effectiveness league table published by Research Fortnight.
Located in 320 acres of rolling parkland but just two miles from the centre of the cathedral city of Norwich the University is adjacent to the Norwich Research Park which is home to over 1,000 scientists working in several world ranked institutions. For more information visit www.uea.ac.uk.
Norwich University College of the Arts is also leading the way in student satisfaction. It has recently been voted as the joint top specialist art and design university in the country by students in the National Student Survey. The College offers a range of courses in arts, design and media from degree through to doctoral level. To find out more visit www.nuca.ac.uk.
There are six further education colleges, including an agricultural and horticultural college, providing a range of vocational and academic courses for young people and adults. Norwich City College, one of the UK's largest further and higher education colleges, also runs hundreds of courses, ranging from evening leisure courses to full-time degrees, professional and postgraduate qualifications. Click on www.ccn.ac.uk for more information.