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    Looking to apply for politics with development and a year abroad. Just wanted to know does anybody know the options UEA give to students for rhwm to study at a uni on year abroad? I'm hoping to go to America so if anybidy could give advice about where to go or if I should go to another country instead?
    But yeah also wanted to know is UEA fun? I'm really into clubbing and partying in general so would UEA cover me in that way?!
    Thanks in advance!
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    I'm doing a business course, and I've been offered a year abroad, options given to me were mainly english speaking, so US, Canada, Australia, a few in Europe and then quite a few Asian Universities.

    UEA is defo fun! The club on campus (LCR) has student nights Tuesday and Saturday nights, as well as various gigs/events throughout the week. In the city centre there's literally a street (Prince of Wales) full of clubs, there's always something on everyni ght, and there's so much choice, you'll defo find something you like. Mercy and Mantra are the most popular, and the Waterfront is really good on a Friday!
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    (Original post by m0hd_J)
    Looking to apply for politics with development and a year abroad. Just wanted to know does anybody know the options UEA give to students for rhwm to study at a uni on year abroad? I'm hoping to go to America so if anybidy could give advice about where to go or if I should go to another country instead?
    But yeah also wanted to know is UEA fun? I'm really into clubbing and partying in general so would UEA cover me in that way?!
    Thanks in advance!
    One of the things I liked about UEA was how popular the campus club is- Tuesdays are themed nights where you can dress up if you want and Saturday is a standard club night. Then a sj10 said you do of course have clubs in town.
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    (Original post by m0hd_J)
    Looking to apply for politics with development and a year abroad. Just wanted to know does anybody know the options UEA give to students for rhwm to study at a uni on year abroad? I'm hoping to go to America so if anybidy could give advice about where to go or if I should go to another country instead?
    But yeah also wanted to know is UEA fun?
    We'll let others input on the last question, but we've been consistently ranked in the Top 5 of the National Student Survey for student satisfaction, and a top performer for Student Experience in various league tables. Hopefully the stats speak for themselves.

    Have you taken a look at our Study Abroad (Outgoing) pages on our website? https://www.uea.ac.uk/study/study-abroad/outgoing
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    But yeah also wanted to know is UEA fun? I'm really into clubbing and partying in general so would UEA cover me in that way?!
    There are like 17,000 students at UEA you're not going to be alone! I think it's a misconception that Norwich is quiet. There's some areas that cater for everyone. Jeremy Kyle came to Norwich recently for an ITV documentary and was concerned by how wild the city can be, ha.
 
 
 
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