The University of East Anglia (UEA) is an internationally renowned university based on an attractive campus in the historic city of Norwich and prides itself on the excellent academic, social and cultural facilities which are offered to over 15,000 students. The School of History is one of the top History departments in the UK specialising in the political, social and cultural history of Britain and Europe from the Middle Ages to the present day.

The School ranks in the top 10 departments in the UK, according to the 2014 Guardian University Guide. It offers students a range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, taught by one of the largest groups of historians in the country.

The UEA’s History Department website is

The Centre of East Anglian Studies was established at UEA in 1967 to develop and encourage the study of all aspects of the archaeology and history of Norfolk, Suffolk and the adjacent areas of Lincolnshire, Essex and Cambridgeshire from prehistoric times to the present.

It has flourished as a focus for research and teaching which seeks to place the investigation of the region’s past in a comparative and international context from the North Sea and Eastern Europe to the eastern seaboard of America. It also aims to address wider issues of community and regionality, and for this reason has attracted a steady stream of visiting scholars from overseas.

CEAS’s website is

Visit East Anglia is business-led organisation to promote tourism across East Anglia.

It is supported by some of the most successful tourism businesses in Norfolk and Suffolk, including Adnams, Africa Alive!, Banham Zoo, BeWILDerwood, Dinosaur Adventure, Flying Kiwi Inns, Gough Hotels, Norfolk Broads Direct, Norfolk Country Cottages, Southwold Pier, Suffolk Secrets, T&A Hotel Collection and Wroxham Barns. Consumer, customer and membership focussed, Visit East Anglia is managed by experts and brings a unified tourism voice to East Anglia.

Visit East Anglia is working closely with Greater Anglia, the new East Anglian rail franchise operator, and has established links with the major airports, seaports and other gateways in both East Anglia and neighbouring counties.

Visit East Anglia Limited is also supported by the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) and is therefore fully aligned with the Tourism Strategy for England.

Visit East Anglia’s website is