Currnt tudent Support Services
UEA’s Student Support Service offers various different types of support, including help with your studies and other difficulties, no matter how big or small. Student Advisers can provide support relating to your wellbeing, your finances, or any disability or learning difficulty.
Learning Enhancement Support
UEA’s Learning Enhancement team offer expert guidance to students on areas such as study skills and academic writing. Visit their webpage here for more information.
Zoe Jones is a Learning Enhancement Tutor with emphasis on supporting students from groups that are under-represented at university, and is happy to be approached by sanctuary students who are seeking advice or help with their studies. To email Zoe, please click here.
The Wellbeing Support team offers support, advice and guidance relating to your mental health and wellbeing; this could be in the form of group sessions and workshops, one-to-one sessions, or support to access specialist services locally. For a full breakdown of the services available via the Wellbeing Centre please click here.
If you would like to talk to a Wellbeing Adviser, please email Jumara Stone (Wellbeing Training Manager). You can also visit The Wellbeing Centre in person, which is located on Upper Street, University of East Anglia, Norwich, NR4 7TJ. Alternatively, you can call:01603 592761.
Wellbeing workshops are continuing during the Covid-19 outbreak and are now being delivered online via Blackboard Collaborate. You can find the full schedule of workshops taking place here. If you would like to book onto any of the workshops, please email email@example.com.
Student Life Support
The Student Life team in UEA’s Student Services can provide advice and guidance to students on anything that’s affecting their time at university. They work closely with other teams in Student Services and across the University to explore all options available to you. Here’s some of the ways the Student Life team can help during your time at UEA:
- Specialist support for international students through our International Student Advisory Team
- Spiritual and faith support through UEA Faith Centre
English language support
The English Language Support Programme (ELSP) aims to help UEA international students develop the English language skills necessary for successful academic study.
The classes are open to all registered UEA students for whom English is not their first language and are completely free. To find out more, please click here. If you have any queries relating to ELSP, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finding your way around
If you have just arrived at UEA and would like some help to find your way around, email Liz Ferguson in UEA’s Outreach team at email@example.com to arrange a tour with a friendly current student.
If you need additional guidance on any of the support available listed above, please email the UEA University of Sanctuary Liaison Officer, Madi Dutton.