China UEA Student TalkBy UEA Dec 10, 2012 6:42PM UTC
If you are a student living in China and you are interested in finding out about studying in England at the University of East Anglia, then come along to meet us in Beijing at the China International Education Exhibition Tour (CIEET) in March 2013. William Leitch, UEA’s International Officer will be there to answer any questions you may have about study opportunities at UEA. If you have an interest in studying overseas, this is your chance to receive individual information and advice…
Beijing– China International Education Exhibition Tour (CIEET)
National Agriculture Exhibition Centre
9th & 10th March 2013, 10:00 – 16:30hrs
If you have any questions about the exhibition please feel free to email William Leitch at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you cannot meet us on this trip, please visit our China country page where you can access information about entry requirements, scholarships and testimonials. There are also greetings from several of our student ambassadors for China; you can read a sample of Li’s greeting below:
“Hi! My name is Li Yang, and I am one of the two Chinese ambassadors at UEA. I just finished my undergraduate degree course in Accounting and Finance at UEA this summer, and am now studying a Masters course in International Business Finance and Economics.
I chose to study here at UEA because it is a brilliant university; it has a very good academic reputation in Media, Environmental science, Business, Economics and many other courses. I really enjoyed the teaching methods here. The university often invites some professional guest speakers who are very experienced in specific fields, to give students more ideas about their studies. There are a wide range of resources in the library, which students can use, like computers, books, scanners and printers.
Apart from academics, life in Norwich is so brilliant. It is near Cambridge and located in Norfolk, which is one of the safest counties in the UK. What’s more, it’s less than 2 hours away from London by train. There are also several Chinese supermarkets and restaurants in the city, in case you miss Chinese food; they are good options. For those of you who like sports, Sportspark is an ideal place to follow your interests; it even has an Olympics standard swimming pool that is open to everyone! You can also join some sports courses or clubs there, such as swimming, tennis and badminton, etc. UEA has many societies you can take part in as well, like Japanese society (you can learn Japanese), Asian Pop music society (they have live concerts sometimes, it’s really enjoyable!), and International Student Society (they hold various events or parties.) If you would like to know more about UEA or Norwich, you are more than welcome to contact me. I will be very pleased to help you.”
We encourage you to contact our International Student Ambassadors to learn first-hand about their experiences at UEA and the UK. You can also complete an enquiry form to receive further information about UEA and courses you are interested in as well as learn when we will next be in China.