University of East Anglia Transfer

By | 23rd May 2017

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University of East Anglia Transfer

University of East Anglia Transfer

Our Answer:

Good news and bad news on this one. The good news is that, yes students can and do transfer to UEA from other universities, but the bad news – we don’t offer this option for every course and we can’t take third or final year transfers either.

If you’re thinking about transferring to another uni, it’s best to get in touch with them to see what their policies are and whether they’re accepting transfers for the course you’d like to study.

At UEA, if the course is available to transferring students, we’ll ask you to give us a bit more information about you, your academic achievements and the course you’re currently studying. This all gets passed to the Admissions Team who’ll look at things like the modules you’ve already covered and the grades you’ve picked up, before getting back to you with a decision.

Whether you decide to go for a transfer or not, if you’re not happy at your current uni, then make sure you firstly access the support available from lecturers, course mates and on-campus support (UEA students get help and guidance from the Student Support Service). They’ll be able to help you weigh up the pros and cons, so you can decide whether a transfer is definitely the right move for you.

Applying for a Course

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There are over 200 undergraduate courses currently available at UEA, covering a huge range of subjects, so you’re bound to find a degree to give you the skills and experience you’re looking for.

It’s easy to apply for the course of your choice and you can use these pages to find all the information you’ll need.

How to Apply

UCAS Details

All applications for full-time undergraduate courses must be made through UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service).

Please apply through the UCAS website where you can also find further information regarding the application process.

If you have any questions about the UCAS website you can telephone UCAS customer services on +44 (0)870 11 222 11. You can email enquiries@ucas.ac.uk for an automated response with general information and guidance on the UCAS procedures.

The UCAS code and number for UEA is EANGL E14.

Personal Statement Guide

Depending on the degree you’ve chosen, you may have to write a personal statement. We’ve put together a guide to writing high standard personal statements to help you, it’s full of do’s and don’ts and advice about what admissions tutors are looking for.

When to Apply

Applications for 2017 entry

Non-offer holders still looking for a suitable course may be able to apply via UCAS Extra.

September 2017 Entry / Deferred to September 2018

For entry in September 2017 (or entry deferred to September 2018), your application should be sent to UCAS as soon as possible after 1 September 2016.

The last dates for receipt of applications are:

  • 15 October 2016 for candidates including Oxford and Cambridge or a Medicine degree course among their entries
  • 15 January 2017 for candidates not including Oxford and Cambridge or Medicine among their entries.

Applications received after 15 January 2017 will be considered at the University’s discretion.