Partners

Collaboration with local communities

Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures (SISJAC)

The Sainsbury Institute was founded in 1999 through the generosity of Sir Robert and Lady Sainsbury to promote knowledge and understanding of Japanese arts and cultures. 

Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts (SCVA)

The Sainsbury Centre is an inspirational public art museum at the University of East Anglia containing many Japanese artworks and artifacts.

British Centre for Literary Translation (BCLT)

The British Centre for Literary Translation is Britain’s leading centre for the development, promotion and support of literary translation. 

Collaborating Schools at UEA

Faculty of Arts and Humanities
  • School of Politics, Philosophy, and Language and Communication Studies (PPL)
  • School of Art History, Media Studies, and American Studies (AMA)
  • School of History (HIS)
  • School of Literature, Drama, and Creative Writing (LDC)
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
  • School of Health Sciences (HSC)
Faculty of Social Sciences
  • Norwich Business School (NBS)
  • School of Education and Lifelong Learning (EDU)

From Our Partners

UEA Postgraduate Open Day

The University of East Anglia’s Virtual Postgraduate Open Days start from today until Thursday 26 November 2020. You will be able to: Access talks and resources for UEA courses, including our MA in Interdisciplinary Japanese Studies Watch the welcome talk as an introduction to the University and studying your postgraduate degree here Discover what funding opportunitiesContinue reading “UEA Postgraduate Open Day”

Podcast Series: What is your ‘ikigai’?

Compass Discovery, a Norwich-based business seeking to help others find their career calling, has launched a new podcast series around the Japanese concept of ikigai (生き甲斐). Ikigai can be translated as ‘reason for living’, ‘purpose in life’ or ‘raison d’être‘ – simply put, it is a concept around finding joy in life through purpose. ThroughContinue reading “Podcast Series: What is your ‘ikigai’?”

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