Presessional 2020

INTO’s first online presessional course starts on Monday. To all our new students, hello and welcome! Nobody is nervous about this at all. The equipment is (mostly) in working order. Your teachers are standing by…

Resource Centre leaflets

The Resource Centre has a collection of printed leaflets for students. These are now being made available as PDF files in the directory You can download them and print them out if you wish. They are all A4 size. The original leaflets are in various sizes and formats, so they are gradually being converted …

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Oh, not another TED Talk…

A few alternatives The Bottom Line Business discussion. BBC Radio 4 programme with Evan Davis.About 290 audio episodes and 126 video clips.Most episodes downloadable.You will need to sign in to the BBC.Also available on BoB. Science Weekly Podcasts from The Guardian.About 800 episodes.Downloadable.See also other podcasts and videos on this site. Smithsonian Channel videos Short …

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Desk with reader and books

Borrowing rules

INTO Resource Centre has changed its borrowing rules. From now on INTO students and staff can borrow up to 8 items (books, DVDs, etc.) for 4 weeks. Items can be renewed indefinitely, so long as nobody else wants them. But you will need to tell us. UEA students who are living in INTO accommodation have …

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4 dictionaries

Dictionaries in exams

If your first language is not English, you may use a dictionary in any examination at INTO and UEA unless it is expressly forbidden – for example, during an English language test. It must be a translation dictionary (e.g. Chinese-English) from one of these series: Berlitz Compact Berlitz Pocket Collins Gem Collins Pocket (no longer …

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Student handbooks, timetables and other information related to INTO UEA can now be accessed through a new subdomain, The old links, and, still work.

Welcome (back)

A big welcome to the new students who are joining us this month. And, of course, a welcome back to everyone who has been on holiday. Don’t work too hard!

A new term

The academic year of 2018/19 is about to start and thousands of students are crossing the world by plane, train and taxi. Some of them are coming to us in Norwich. We hope they will have a nice time here!