Two students at UEA have come up with a unique way to save enough water to fill an Olympic-sized swimming pool 26 times over.
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We are running a short introductory course about Archaeology. This course is ideal for those thinking about returning to study part-time or full-time. Applications are open until 24 November 2014. Read more here.
Reblog and encourage your friends to join us at our next Open Day on October 25 - http://po.st/studentexperience
This stand in the Waterstones on campus showcases just some of the amazing books our very talented alumni have produced. It impresses us every time we pass it!
Share your first week with us using #heyuea on Twitter and Instagram. Whether you’re a first year or a returning student we want to hear from you!
It’s also a great way to let people know about clubs and societies and events going on during the new semester.
Share your first week with the UEA community. Use #heyuea on Instagram and Twitter when you’re posting your photographs.
We’re looking for male students to appear in the next UEA prospectus. You must be available on Tuesday (23 September) and must be prepared to take part in a campus photo shoot between 10am and 4pm.
If you’re interested in appearing as one of the faces of UEA just email firstname.lastname@example.org
Concrete’s Guide to the Scottish Referendum - UEA’s student newspaper explains more.
Scotland: Disintegration is not the answer - As the Scottish Independence Referendum looms, Dr. Koutrakou suggests it would be better for Europe to redress the sources of political discontent, than for it to break up into further nation-states.
After Scotland Decides: Build Citizen-Centred Democracy Throughout Britain - Regardless of the outcome of the Scots vote, we must seize this chance to reimagine the constitutional order of these isles, argues Rupert Read and Rebecca Johnson.
The Scottish Independence Referendum is not democracy in action: The quality of the debate has been too low - Whatever happens the outcome of the Scottish independence referendum, the quality of debate has been so low that the Scots have not been allowed to make an informed decision, says UEA History and Politics student, Will Harragan.
UEA Broadcast Journalist Student’s Documentary on the Scottish Independence Referendum - UEA Broadcast Journalism student, Hamza Bayrak, made this documentary on the Scottish independence referendum.
Your cut out and keep guide to #IndyRef night - Want to work out the outcome of the referendum before all of the results are in? Dr. Chris Hanretty shows how the outcome will be predictable from the early declarations.
The Morning After: Why the Scottish Referendum could (and should) be the making of a ‘new’ Britain - The Scottish referendum has revealed the UK’s urgent need for constitutional reform, argues Dr. Nick Wright. He highlights the most important areas in need of complete reconstruction.
A Brit Abroad: The Disunited Kingdom and Brexit - UEA History Alumnus Andrew Peebles shares his opinion on the referendum.There will also be live blogging from our politics team from midnight - http://www.ueapolitics.org/2014/09/18/indyrefallnighter/