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Mass Communication & Media Courses at University of East Anglia

  • A Shiksha Grade
  • Estd. 1963

UEA Mass Communication & Media
Course duration & fees

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Courses1st Year Tuition FeesDuration & Eligibility
M.A.(8 courses)
INR 19 L - 22 L
Duration1 year
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6 - 7, PTE: 64 - 67, Duolingo: 115 & Above
B.J.M.C.(7 courses)
INR 19 L - 20 L
Duration3 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6 & Above, PTE: 64 & Above, Duolingo: 115 & Above

UEA Mass Communication & Media
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8 Courses1 year
B Shiksha Grade
#101-150 QS
19.47 L - 22.32 L
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7 Courses3 years
B+ Shiksha Grade
#36 CUG
18.95 L - 20.26 L
  • Sep' 24

UEA Mass Communication & Media
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A Shiksha Grade
#101-150 QS
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A Shiksha Grade
#36 CUG
Minimum 70%
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20.26 L
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22.32 L

UEA Mass Communication & Media
Students Ratings & Reviews

3.9/5
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Vibe of Campus
  • Academically oriented
  • Friendly
  • Fun loving
  • Easy going
Student Views
  • 86% students never faced discrimination in this university
Internships3.7
Part time work3.7
Post study jobs3.7
Quality of faculty4.3
Student Life4.2
Value for money4.1
Public transportation4.1
Safety4.5
Indian Food3.6
Permanent Immigration3.6
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Master of Business Administration - Batch of 2024
4.7
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Good future after studying here.
Tips: Come to study, do not just focus on work, learn from faculty and network well. Build your local knowledge and communication skills. Also, try to work in the field of your experience, that will be really helpful. Also, meet people from different countries and network.
Likes (Internships): You get jobs and networking opportunities easily. Also, if you are smart and have a good command over language then you can really establish yourself. Make sure to come here with good written, spoken and listening skills in the language as it is helpful.
Dislikes (Public transportation): At night, it is difficult to travel. There are very limited travel options, however, if you rent or have an electric scooter then it becomes easy for you. A taxi is expensive, however, the bus is convenient for that travel until midnight. Otherwise, rail transport is also good.
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MSc Business Analytics and Management - Batch of 2024
4.2
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The university is good, still need to improve in the practical analysis
Tips: Students coming should be aware that it is going to be tough. However, the quality of faculty and teaching standards are higher than other nearby universities. Faculty members are supportive but some of the subjects need a bit more practical topics. Lastly, students should come prepared, try to get in touch with a few students from your course.
Likes (Post study jobs): Considering this is one of the top rated colleges in the UK, it provides practical exposure compared to other colleges located in the area.
Dislikes (Quality of faculty): The facility in the college is good and highly talented. Most of them were Ph.D. professors and they were very friendly and answered all our questions. And most importantly the knowledge they possess is very valuable and most of them were very polite.
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MSc Finance and Management - Batch of 2023
3.2
PlacementsInfrastructureFacultyCrowd & Campus LifeValue for Money
Good university to study in UK for masters
Tips: I got the M.Sc. training scholarship which was partially funded and I received a waiver of 5000 GBP on my tuition fee. There are many scholarships meritorious students can even get 10000 pounds off depending on luck as well. I like this university and everyone is helpful. Faculty and student bodies are all good.
Likes (Public transportation): Public transportation has no problems. Single line system and inter-changing is not required. I prefer the bus to go to my college as my accommodation is not far. I have gone to London, it took me 2 hours and 15 minutes to reach there by train. It is also very cheap which I like but not that much as compared to some other European countries.
Dislikes (Part time work): The university has many jobs but I don't know why they do not give it to students who are already studying there. In other universities, students get the job but here they bring others to do it and not the students which I didn't like. Outside the college jobs are available, hourly rate is 12 pounds don't work for something less than as some students have been made to feel foolish.
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MSc Computing Science - Batch of 2022
5
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One of the Top 25 universities in UK
Tips: It's the best university in the east of England. Research your course and its curriculum before choosing a course. Research about accommodation and food as you're an international student, you must have some food habits that are essential for your daily life. Hang out with your friends whenever you've free time as socializing will help you build connections.
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MSc Cyber Security - Batch of 2022
4.3
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UEA Norwich, UK - A hidden gem for students
Tips: Be open to meet students from other countries and cultures, respect other people's space and don't forget to socialize. There are multiple scholarships and grants available which are not very hard to avail. I'm fairly satisfied with the course structure and had a really good time at university and Norwich is a quite peaceful and green city. On-campus lake is a big plus.
Likes (Safety): Student union is there for any other issues, local people are quite friendly and I personally never had any safety issues or never heard of any security-related issues from anyone around. Norwich is a quite safe and scenic city, the cost is nearby and often it costs 32 to get to the beach which is quite cheap over there. You will find people very friendly towards Indians and Indian food. If you know how to cook, you can make friends very easily. There is a strong drinking culture there but still safe for everyone. There are frequent awareness programs for students to prevent any non-international harassment.
Dislikes (Permanent Immigration): Currently UK is not in a good phase and not providing a lot of sponsored jobs, value of university is good though. I'm currently working in India because of my personal circumstances but you can definitely move and live in the UK. Just don't forget to skill up and go for practical knowledge. Books and exams give us the foundation but it takes more than that to get a good job.
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