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(Original post by bethdavies79)
Hey you're in Courtyard A too!
Oh cool! See you in September then ^^
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Awesome, we're neighbours! I'm WC02D!!
nice! if i understand how the numbers work, it seems like we might be in the same flat (02) with our rooms next to each other (C and D). if that's the case, i look forward to seeing you in september!
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(Original post by vulcanology)
nice! if i understand how the numbers work, it seems like we might be in the same flat (02) with our rooms next to each other (C and D). if that's the case, i look forward to seeing you in september!
that is correct, you'll be next door to each other, maybe opposite each other.
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Anyone else in Courtyard A?
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Anyone else in Courtyard A?
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Cool, which flat are you?
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(Original post by AmyMay789)
I'm in flat number NTE0207 so I assume that's Norfolk Terrace, Block E, Floor 2 and Room 7! Very excited to study history at UEA 😁
Hi! See you in September! I am on your floor Norfolk Terrace, block E, floor 2 room 5. Will be studying applied computing with foundation year
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whats the diversity like at uea?
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I have been given a studio flat. I am happy with this, however, I don't know how big it is?

I haven't seen any plans, they don't show any for premier rooms. I can't work out the difference between the rooms either.

Could someone explain the difference? Maybe show me a map of the room.
Thanks.
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Finally someone on my floor! Brilliant I shall see you in September 😁
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Cool, which flat are you?
Flat 2, what about you?

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Flat 2, what about you?

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Flat 3!
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Hey, Wondering if anyone else has been allocated to victory house? Looking at this thread makes me feel like i may be the only one! haha
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(Original post by jelly1000)
From what I remember from living in Britten House in 2011/12:
-Bin- yes
-Chair yes (not a wheely chair but mine was pretty comfy)
-Bedside table -no- if I remember rightly there was a little chest of drawers you could move next to your bed if you wanted
-wardrobe- yes
-Massive desk- yes
-light under the desk- yes

Do they let u move in ur own : wheely chair, bedsidetable, extra chest of draws etc?
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(Original post by dyslexicvegie)
Do they let u move in ur own : wheely chair, bedsidetable, extra chest of draws etc?
I think only extra electrical equipment like a kettle or mini fridge in your room isn't allowed. Do think about logistics though- there are no lifts so you have to be prepared to carry things up stairs/down again if you aren't on the ground floor.
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I think only extra electrical equipment like a kettle or mini fridge in your room isn't allowed. Do think about logistics though- there are no lifts so you have to be prepared to carry things up stairs/down again if you aren't on the ground floor.
Thank you
IKEA trip it is then
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(Original post by dyslexicvegie)
Do they let u move in ur own : wheely chair, bedsidetable, extra chest of draws etc?
You would be welcome to but I really don't think you would want to bring any extra furniture except maybe a chair. The rooms are big but not that big. Especially if you stay in the village.
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question:how diverse is UEA? Like are there a good proportion of Africans,Caribbeans and ethnic minorities?
I went to UEA on their open day and although it was only one day from what I did see, the vast majority of students appeared to be White British and Asian Oriental.

It's something I am still wondering about though.
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I went to UEA on their open day and although it was only one day from what I did see, the vast majority of students appeared to be White British and Asian Oriental.

It's something I am still wondering about though.
Like most unis (I think) there are a higher proportion of students from the local area than far away. East Anglia itself, for the most part, doesn't have that much ethnic diversity... Mostly Caucasian British or European. Having said that there are students of different ethnicities there and, more importantly, there are a big mix of types of people interested in different things.

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(Original post by scrawlx101)
whats the diversity like at uea?
Theres quite a bit of a community of different ethnicities. A lot of people seem to say theres mainly only white people here but its just as diverse as most unis outside of London I would say.

(Also if anyone else was wondering UEA is very diverse in terms of LGBT+ too )
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