Hi. I'm having a bit of a problem. I can't decide to choose York or Uea for art history. I would appreciate if someone would give me their opinion.
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- 21-04-2017 13:00
Let's see if we can help you make up your mind.
First, here's some comparative statistics from Unistats:
As you can see, UEA comes out pretty well!
Here's a video about studying at UEA too:
On UEA campus we have the world-renowned Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, which has amazing exhibitions, and a sculpture trail around the campus, including our latest arrivals from Antony Gormley's Another Time.
Generally, Norwich is a very cultured and artsy city. In the centre of the city, there is NUA, which is the Art School and attracts lots of creative types! Norwich has also been a City of Literature since 2012, and has lots of brilliant theatre and other cultural events.
Norwich is beautiful too, with an amazing history! And there's so many great places to eat, awesome pubs, brilliant events, amazing people. You could check out our #WhyNorwich thread on Instagram for more reasons!
The surroundings are also great. UEA is situated in 200 hectares of natural parkland, and we have a lake, a river, and frankly gorgeous grounds. You get all the benefits of city-living with gorgeous greenery too! Plus, it's only a 30 minute train ride to the coast.
Hope that helps and do get in touch if you have any other questions.