Master of University of East Anglia degrees
The University of East Anglia is a leading researcher in biology and Environmental Sciences and maintains close links with the Norwich Science Park on the campus. The university has 11 million pounds a year from various external sources for research and development projects, and offers a certain number of scholarships to academic achievements of international students. In addition, it also provides opportunities for studying abroad and internships with large international companies. Professor Nobel Paul, who won the 2001 Nobel prize in chemistry, is a Ph.D. in the school.
Other prominent specialties in the university are media, law, computer and information science. In addition, the school has made outstanding achievements in the fields of development research, law, economics, education, international relations, literature, art history and health science.
College introduction
Academy of Arts and Humanities: American Studies, Art History, Archaeology and Human Beings, Drama, English, Film and Television Studies, History, International Relations, Media and Culture, Modern Language - French/Spanish, Music, Philosophy, Politics
Medical schools: medicine, nursing and midwifery, occupational therapy and physical therapy, speech and language therapy.
Academy of Sciences: Actuarial Science, Biochemistry and Biomedicine, Biology, Chemistry, Climate Science, Computer Science, Ecology, Environmental Geophysics and Geology, Environmental Science, Environmental Geography, Mathematics, Meteorology and Oceanography, Natural Science, Pharmaceutics, Science
School of Social Sciences: Business Administration, Economics, Education, International Development, Law, Sports and Sports, Psychology, Social Work