If you’re about to start university, then you will have heard a lot about campus or ‘campus life’. But what does this term mean? Essentially a campus refers to the land on which a college or university are situated. Usually a campus includes libraries, lecture halls, residence halls, student centres and parks. It’s the epicentre of university and it has everything you need all in one place!
It’s like a mini city
Campus life is pretty much like a self-contained city, everything you need as a student right on your doorstep. Not only is it convenient having things like Gyms, banks, and bars on site, it’s also a great way to meet new people and socialise. It’s big enough to find your own thing that floats your boat, but small enough to call home (for a few years anyway). If you’re lucky enough to be studying at the UEA then there will be lots of opportunities to enjoy life on campus. The University of East Anglia has an extensive range of student clubs and societies, especially sport. They even have picturesque parkland and you’ll be spoilt for choice for places to eat and drink.
Life on campus
Student life will look a little different this year but that doesn’t mean it can’t still be an enjoyable time. Most Uni’s across the country are taking great care and precautions to open safely. Integrating into campus life is the best way to make friends and socialise, helping those ‘moving away form home’ blues. There is always so much going on with events and parties and clubs that you’ll be sure to make friends. But what makes a campus great? It’s not always about the facilities, but the people who teach and the students themselves. The UEA in Norwich is consistently ranked in the top 15 of UK universities, and we can see why!
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