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Discover what life is like in one of the world’s most popular study abroad destinations. While London is the center of British politics and business, Brighton, Bristol, or trendy Manchester are great choices for a more affordable urban experience. Less than an hour from London by train, Sussex provides an enriching learning experience in the seaside town of Brighton. In the historical English towns of Oxford, Cambridge and Norwich, find woodlands, medieval castles and riverside pubs. Literary scholars will find storybook Canterbury, the famed destination in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, an enchanting day trip. In London, art studio and design students will benefit immensely from small group training in a world center for art.

Traditional houses by the river Wensum in Norwich at dusk, Norfolk.

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Environment and Sustainability, East Anglia

The University of East Anglia has been a climate research pioneer for over 50 years.

Courses focus on timely topics like sustainability, climate change, biodiversity, conservation, and environmental politics.

Participate in hands-on field work with local students from the United Kingdom.

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Through this internship and the help of my supervisors, I learned how to navigate the work culture in London and develop an entrepreneurial and growth mindset. 

Joanna Siu UC Irvine Psychology United Kingdom - England

I can confidently say that this experience was invaluable for helping me realize my career goals in ways I could not have imagined. As someone pursuing a career as a museum professional, I knew that London and Paris would have a lot to offer. What I did not expect was the sheer volume and diversity of museums in either city. Of course I looked forward to the British Museum and the Louvre, but exploring lesser known museums allowed me to consider all the different purposes museums serve and how their presentation, content, and visitor engagement can reflect those purposes. My definition of what museums can or should be has dramatically expanded in a way that I am eager to explore.

Callen Lappin UC Berkeley Anthropology United Kingdom - England

As a UCEAP alum, I move forward with a greater devotion to my studies, a more acute understanding of history, knowledge about how to conduct productive research, and the ambition to pursue a career as a historian and researcher.

Saffron Sener UC Berkeley History United Kingdom - England

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