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  • INTO UEA
    University of East Anglia
    Norwich Research Park
    Norfolk
    Norwich
    NR4 7TJ
  • Head: Dr Bethan Gulliver
  • T 01603 592977
  • E newton@uea.ac.uk
  • W www.intohigher.com/uea
  • A mainstream independent school for pupils aged from 16 to 20
  • Boarding: Yes
  • Local authority: Norfolk
  • Pupils: 57
  • Religion: None
  • Ofsted report: View the Ofsted report

What the school says...

For high-achieving students interested in medicine, the sciences, mathematics or economics, the INTO UEA Newton Programme offers more than a standard A-level programme. In addition to the highest quality of A-level preparation, students on the Newton Programme will benefit from our unique location on a top 15 UK university campus, and the opportunity to study alongside the best students from around the world.

In 2015, 99% of A-level results on the Newton Programme were A* to B, with 85% being A* to A. The most common set of results achieved by our Newton Students is four A* grades, and former Newton Students have gone on to study at top universities such as Cambridge, St Andrews, Imperial, LSE, Warwick and UCL.

Studying for your A-levels on the UEA campus, you will benefit from a range of inspiring academic activities beyond a standard A-level curriculum, all in a world-leading research environment.

The Newton Programme is designed to enable gifted students to reach their full potential and to help them achieve the highest A-level grades and a place at the university of their choice.

In order to support the very best students who come to study on the Newton Programme, generous scholarships are offered to grade A students.
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What the parents say...

Newton Students are not only taught to reach their full potential and to develop their self confidence to succeed in their dream choice of career, they are also prepared to be always motivated to face all kind of challenges in their life. Newton Students are inspired to success in the future and to face setbacks as challenges to best results. It's the best gift a parent can give a child who has a dream to be what he wants to be.

Commented on 18th Sep 2015

The Newton A-level Programme has given my daughter the opportunity to go in the direction she has desired for a very long time; an opportunity that she simply would not have had if it was not for INTO UEA. She worked very hard and achieved very good results, but it was the quality of teaching and the environment that gave her the impetus to meet the challenge.

Commented on 11th Sep 2015

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