Getting to University of East Anglia
Norwich Airport has regular flights to and from Aberdeen, Amsterdam, Edinburgh, Manchester and Paris and international connections to 200 cities worldwide through regular direct flights to and from Schipol Airport in Amsterdam (KLM, Northwest, Air France). For international students and visitors, we strongly recommend flying into Norwich airport where possible. The campus is within easy reach from the airport by taxi, taking only 10-15 minutes. There is a free meet and greet service for students during arrivals week.
For flights arriving at London airports (Gatwick, Heathrow and Stansted), we recommend coming to Norwich by National Express coaches or by train (see below). A taxi one way from Gatwick or Heathrow will usually cost well over £100, Stansted slightly less.
For more information, see the UEA website.
What’s it like to live around UEA? East Anglia is a miraculous place–not far from London, a modern and vibrant campus, and yet set in a quiet, lesser known part of the countryside with a real feeling of wilderness about it. One of UEA’s proudest achievements is it Creative Writing programme which has produced some impressive alumni. A good place to study if you’re thinking of writing that novel…?