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Essex has a wide range of support covering academic and health and wellbeing issues. The friendly and professional staff will be able to guide, advise and assist you during your time at Essex.
Essex has a range of accommodation options to suit different needs, preferences and budgets, all within walking distance of the academic departments and campus facilities. We also have adapted rooms and shared accommodation available.
With three libraries and 24/7 study facilities, the library is there to make sure everything is at your fingertips. With dedicated quiet study spaces, out of hours chat, one-to-one slots to meet librarians and online resources, the library will help you through your degree no matter what.
Our Southend Campus is based in the heart of this vibrant and modern seaside town.
With its lively, state-of-the-art facilities and a close-knit international community, Southend is the perfect environment for living and learning.
University of Essex has something for everyone from informal drop-in Active sessions, easy to follow learn-to sports courses, a high-tech gym, over 200 monthly fitness classes, indoor and outdoor courts and pitches, and much more. You’re sure to have fun and make a load of new friends along the way.
From the departmentally-focused and culturally-based, to the downright weird and wonderful (Harry Potter Society, anyone?), there's an SU society for everyone. Whether you enjoy cringing through those 'so-bad-they're-good' films, have a passion for cheese and wine, want to gain even more support and experience in your subject, or just want to see some friendly faces from your home country, the chances are there'll be a club or society for you to join.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, Studyportals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.
While there are certainly some downs - lile figuring out when to study, how to balance school and still survivng (cook, eat, shop, laundry, cleaning), overall I think everyone who can should complete their uni studies. It's a life experience and more time to figure out what you want from life... and makes it easier to get there (hopefully)
The energy is infectiously positive. Courses are well thought out, effectively delivered and provide good value for money. I've been recommending them to all my friends. I am looking forward to being an alumnus someday!
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