University of East Anglia is an exchange destination for Utrecht University Bachelor students of the faculty of Humanities in Norwich, United Kingdom.
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Semester I (Autumn Semester): Approximately mid September – mid December
Semester II (Spring Semester): Approximately January – April
Language requirement: a minimum language level of B2 (CEFR) in English is required.
Students can take courses at the 'Faculty of Arts and Humanities'. Courses can be taken in Literature, Film, History of Art, History, Politics, Philosophy, and in some cases Archeology, Communication, English Studies, French Studies, Gender Studies, International Relations, Journalism, Linguistics, and Media. Please note, some of the areas ticked above will relate purely to the fact that some modules may be available in these subject areas (e.g. Archaeology, Linguistics, etc.) and so will not be suitable for students wishing to do a full semester programme in the subject area.
Students will be expected to follow 2 of their 3 modules (or 4 out of their 6 modules if staying for a year) from the same School (e.g. School of History, School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing, etc.). Please note: School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing is very popular and courses available might fill up quickly. All Creative Writing modules have limited spaces. All students interested to go to one of the non-introductory modules (Level 5 or Level 6) would need to have on their transcript that they have previously done a Creative Writing module at Utrecht.
If you meet the requirements of the course and if there are places left, you may follow one module outside the faculty. Restrictions are that any necessary prerequisites have been met. Modules chosen from Drama, Education and Psychology will be referred to the relevant School for decision.
Level 4 is year 1 at the bachelor, level 5 year 2, etc. M. is a master course.
You can find information on this university’s credits in the credit conversion table
5 places per year.
Do you have any questions about this partner university or about studying abroad? Contact the International Office of the Faculty of Humanities (details below).
You can also follow students who are currently abroad on Instagram!
International Office Humanities
Our front desk is currently closed until further notice. This means that there are no walk-in hours and it is not possible to make an appointment.
You can reach us in the following ways:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: in case you wish to contact us by phone, please send an email to email@example.com with your phone number, so that we can call you back.
Please mention your student number in all correspondence!
We are unable to sign physical documents. If you need to have a document signed, please send it to us via email.
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