University of East Anglia in Norwich rises six places in Guardian University Guide
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The University of East Anglia (UEA) has risen six places in a national league table, weeks after it landed its highest spot to date.
The university was placed 18th in the Guardian University Guide 2018, a jump of six places on last year.
It comes after UEA climbed to 12th place in the Complete University Guide at the end of April.
Vice-chancellor professor David Richardson said: 'I am delighted see that our dedication to improving and supporting all aspects of the university, from top-class research to an excellent student experience, has been recognised yet again in this important national league table.
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'I am exceedingly proud of all UEA colleagues, students and the Students' Union for all they do year on year to make UEA such a successful university.'
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Six of the UEA's subjects feature in their respective top ten, including American Studies in second, and Accounting and Finance in sixth.