Choosing to study with Norwich Business School at UEA means joining some of the most satisfied students in the UK as you kick-start your career.
The Norwich Business School is proud to have ranked first for Business Studies teaching
in the 2013 National Student Survey.
As one of our students you will:
The right degree for you
- Be able to acquire exemptions from professional qualifications during your studies, such as with the CIM, and ICAEW and ACCA.
- Join our successful graduates, who have exceptional employment rates after their studies – 91.2% of our graduates are in employment or further education 6 months after graduating.
- Benefit from the expertise of our academic staff who comprise of both research academics and business practitioners.
We understand that managing within organisations is both an art and a science; combining social behaviour and conducting the processes of controlling action, while fostering motivation, creativity and commitment.
This means our approach to learning develops your potential for future managerial excellence within a wide range of business sectors, as well as promoting academic achievement.
Our undergraduate degrees have a common first year, which gives you flexibility and choice. You can change degree programme within the School at any time up until the beginning of your second year.
Below is a list of our undergraduate courses
- BSc Accounting and Finance
- BSc Accounting and Management
- BSc Management
- BSc Finance and Management
- BSc Marketing and Management
- BSc International Business Management
If you would like further information on any of our courses please contact us
Professional qualifications and course accreditation
Our courses are recognised by various external institutions, which means that if you study with us you could gain exemptions from future professional qualifications, such as:
In our most recent Graduate Destination Survey 91.2% of our graduates had secured employment or gone on to further study within 6 months of graduation.
We hold a number of career events for students, where representatives from professional bodies, companies and organisations are invited to share their experiences and knowledge with our students and give their advice on how to start a chosen career. The School actively builds links with these organisations, allowing them to find their next generation of managers amongst our graduates.
The University of East Anglia also provides a Careers and Employability
service and, together with the School's Academic Careers Adviser, we will help you to choose your career path and develop your employability skills.
Our students and their satisfaction with their course are important to us. You will be assigned an academic adviser who will oversee your progress and guide you through the wide range of module choices. Your advisor will also take an active interest in your development and support you throughout your academic career.
The University of East Anglia was voted number one for Student Experience in the 2013 Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey. We have a vibrant campus and engaged student body, and there are a wide range of activities, societies and opportunities to offer to you as a UEA student.