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The University of East Anglia (UEA), one of UK’s top 15 universities, has announced admission for a variety of its Masters courses for January intake 2021 and is inviting applications for the same from graduate students. UEA is an internationally renowned university, known for its research strengths and an outstanding student experience.

University of East Anglia admissions for 14 Masters program for January intake 2021 include MSc Finance and Management, MSc Marketing and Management, MSc Business Management, MSc International Business Finance, MSc International Business Economics, MSc Global Media Economics, MA Media, Culture & Society, MA Film, Television & creative practice, MA Broadcast Journalism, MSc Data Science, MSc Advanced Computer Science, MSc Cyber Security, MA International Development and LLM in General Law.

To support Indian students during this pandemic, University of East Anglia has decided to offer a scholarship to Indian students by continuing their India specific scholarship for all masters’ students. Under this scholarship program, UEA offers scholarship worth £4,000 for those meeting the entry criteria and £5,000 for students who achieve 65% or above in their final undergraduate grade.

UEA has transformed their teaching environment to bring an innovative mix of quality virtual learning alongside traditional face to face interactive teaching on campus with the overall aim of giving students as much face to face teaching as is safely and practically possible, including small group teaching and workshops, tutorials and practical laboratory and fieldwork sessions.

Speaking on the announcement of admission to the Masters programs, Karen Blackney – Director of UEA International said, “These masters courses which are a mix of long-standing and established ones, as well as those from emerging popular fields, are now offering greater flexibility in their intake.”

He added, “Student and staff safety is our number one priority. We have created new learning spaces, and adapted teaching rooms and communal areas to make social distancing possible in lessons and when students are walking around. We have changed our timetable and introduced one-way systems and marked areas to help maintain social distancing. There are increased hygiene facilities, and hand sanitising stations have been installed at key locations. Students will also have plenty of space for small group and individual study. Apart from the 80 areas in the library, we are creating more than 100 new individual and group study spaces across the campus. We hope that over the coming months we will be able to move back to normal university life.”

The last date of submission of the application is 27th November 2020.

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