The University of Law at UEA in Norwich
In collaboration with the University of East Anglia (UEA), you can now study our LPC at UEA's campus, in the city of Norwich.
Combining our market-leading professional legal training courses and experienced tutoring from qualified lawyers, with the beautiful surrounds of the UEA campus and exceptional student experience*, our courses will help you excel both professionally and personally.
This collaboration helps build on our tradition as the longest-established specialist providers of legal education and strengthen our reputation for delivering market leading legal training courses. The convenient location UEA, just two miles from the centre of Norwich, means students looking to enter legal training can do so without relocating or commuting out of East Anglia.
Join over 15,000 students in a vibrant community bursting with top quality academic, social and cultural facilities and careers support.
*The University of East Anglia has been ranked 15th by The Times Good University Guide 2019 and The Complete University Guide 2019, as well as in the World Top 200 by The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2019.
How to find the East Anglia campus
The University of Law
University of East Anglia
Norwich Research Park
Conveniently located in the east of England, UEA is two miles from Norwich city centre and 2 hours from London and central England, which can be easily reached by road, bike and public transport. The campus also has excellent transport connections.
From London take the M11/A11; just outside Norwich take the A47 (Southern Bypass) in the direction of Swaffham; the University is signposted off at the next exit.
If you’re driving from the North or the Midlands, you can use the A47 via Kings Lynn, or the new A14 as far as Newmarket and then take the A11 to Norwich. UEA is situated on the outskirts of Norwich, around two miles west of the city centre, just off the Earlham Road (B1108) which is one of the main roads out of the city.
If you have satnav, the University’s postcode is NR4 7TJ.
Parking spaces on campus are limited, UEA provides a free, sustainable park and ride alternative. Journey time is approx. 15 minutes.
- Runs – Mon-Fri* and UEA Open Days
- Frequency – up to every 15 minutes
- First/last departures – 7.20am (Costessey P&R) and 8.15pm (UEA, University Drive)
- Cost – free
There are disabled parking spaces for blue badge holder across UEA campus.
If you have specific requirements or want to make specific arrangements, please contact UEA Travel and Transport Team.
+44 (0)1603 592353
*Except Bank Holidays and UEA customary days
FirstBus routes 25 and 26 serve Norwich city centre, Norwich bus station and Norwich railway station. Bus stops are available throughout our campus and run daily, up to 7 minutes (peak) and 15 minutes (off-peak).
National Express serves campus directly as well as Norwich bus station.
There are regular services to central London, Stansted Airport, Gatwick Airport and Heathrow Airport.
Megabus serves campus directly as well as Norwich bus station.
There are regular services to London Victoria coach station and London Stratford International.
There are 3,600 cycle parking spaces on campus.
There are clearly marked cycle routes on approach to the campus and throughout the university.
Travelling by rail
The nearest train station to UEA is Norwich railway station, 4 miles away.
Taxis take 15 minutes and cost approx. £10. FirstBus Routes 25 and 26 depart from the station forecourt and serve the university directly.
Greater Anglia trains run to London Liverpool Street every 30 minutes (approx). There are also services from local stations in Norfolk.
East Midlands Trains runs an hourly service between Norwich and Liverpool Lime Street, calling at all main stations along the route.
Travelling from London
If you are travelling from or via London, the quickest route to take is from London Liverpool Street station.
Trains from London Liverpool Street run approximately every 30 minutes throughout the day.
Find out more at the Greater Anglia website.
Travelling by air
Find out more about the UEA campus facilities, including The Square - a mini town complete with Barclays Bank, Multifaith Centre, Waterstones and Laundrette - the health and wellbeing facilities and the amazing landscaped grounds, including a lake, nature trails and relaxing river walks.
The biggest lottery funded indoor sports centre in Britain, the Sportspark at UEA has fantastic facilities including Norfolk's tallest indoor climbing wall, two 25m swimming pools which also operate in 50m mode, the Soccerpark, athletics track and two impressive indoor arenas.
“Sport is an integral part of community life at UEA for students and staff alike, and to that end the University Department of Sport and the Student Union are pleased to offer an even wider-ranging programme of sporting, recreational and health-promoting activities for 2014/15.”
Norwich is a friendly and diverse city with lots to see and do. Norwich is one of the most vibrant and attractive cities in Europe. It is ranked in the Top 10 shopping cities in the UK and as well as being a hotbed for the arts, culture, music, nightlife, and tourism.
Full of stunning historical architecture, Norwich has Norman Cathedral and a 12th Century Castle, as well as an open-air market, quirky independent shops, restaurants, cinemas, galleries, theatres, cafés, bars, pubs and clubs.
The city's medieval centre of cobbled streets remains largely intact, but there is still space for modern buildings such as the Forum, a stunning piece of contemporary architecture. Its glass front overlooks the colourful six-day market and reflects the city in all its diversity.
Norwich has always been a great place for a night out with stylish café bars, pubs, clubs, cinemas, theatres, restaurants, nightclubs, concerts, exhibitions and festivals. Whether you're into alternative comedy, classical music, top West End musicals or independent films and music, Norwich, with its plethora of arts venues and year-long programme of entertainment, will always have something for you. It is also reassuring to know that Norwich is in the county with the lowest crime rate in the whole of England.