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University of West London

Known as the ‘career university’, the University of West London (UWL) has an impressive graduate employment rate, with courses specifically designed to enable students to secure work after leaving.

Studying at UWL is all about gaining the skills, expertise and insight you need to excel in your chosen career. You will be taught by highly experienced industry experts, and have the chance to benefit from close industry connections.

The University contains nine highly respected academic schools covering a wide range of subjects, so you can gain the specialist know-how that gives you the edge in your chosen career:

  • London School of Film, Media and Design
  • The Claude Littner Business School
  • School of Computing and Engineering
  • School of Law
  • London Geller College of Hospitality and Tourism
  • London College of Music
  • College of Nursing, Midwifery and Healthcare
  • School of Human and Social Science
  • School of Biomedical Sciences


Just next door to the city centre, there are endless ways to explore the capital’s art, culture and nightlife from our bustling west London campus in Ealing. Ealing itself is surrounded by beautiful parks and green spaces, and boasts a desirable mix of eateries, independent boutiques and shops.

The Ealing site of the West London Campus has superb facilities including the Paul Hamlyn Library which is open 24/7 during term-time, student radio station, an auditorium, music studios, industry-standard labs, restaurants and cafés, and a gym.

The Brentford site is home to our Nursing Simulation Centre, and Paragon halls of residence.

A free shuttle bus operates between the sites and Ealing Broadway station.

The Berkshire Institute for Health, at Fountain House in Reading town centre, enables us to deliver nursing and midwifery programmes across the region in partnership with the NHS.


Over a three-year period, the University has embarked on a £150million redevelopment project to enhance students’ social and learning experiences thereby maintaining their position as a leading modern university in London.

The University has worked closely with the Students’ Union and student representatives throughout the process to make sure the student experience is at the heart of the project, putting the University in the top 10 for facilities spend1.

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Postgraduate Study

A number of postgraduate courses, both research based and taught, can be studied here offering subjects ranging from nursing to music. And for students balancing a Master’s degree with full time work, there is the option of part time study, including Saturday and evening classes.

In addition to the University’s modern facilities, UWL has dedicated learning spaces for our postgraduate students with modern, convenient facilities.

Rami Ranger House, our Postgraduate and International Student Centre will be a new focal point for our postgraduate and international students providing dedicated space for social and learning interaction.

The Graduate Common Room provides new additional space where postgraduate students can socialise, network or study and reflect with convenient facilities including lockers, printing and photocopying, charging stations and tea and coffee facilities.

Help with Funding

We offer a number of ways to help towards your course cost, including:

  • Bursaries and scholarships, which many of these are given as grants, meaning you do not have to pay them back.
  • As a new full- or part-time postgraduate student you may be able to apply for a loan of up to £10,906*.

1Complete University Guide 2020,
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