|Percent International Students||13.70|
|Famous For||High-quality education closely linked to employment.|
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:
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.
UWL has over 11,000 students with over 10% from outside the UK. The University provides free and confidential support for international students throughout their studies, including:
We know that accommodation is key to your university experience and you want to love where you live. The University will support you to find suitable and safe accommodation.
We offer a range of options; from our university-managed shared flats and houses at the Student Village which is a short walk from South Ealing Station; or we can help you find accommodation off campus in Ealing and the surrounding area; or if you choose to rent your accommodation privately, we have put together resources for you to make sure where you are renting is safe.
If you are studying at the Berkshire Institute for Health in Reading, we have strong links with local student accommodation providers, so you can feel safe in the knowledge that your home has our stamp of approval.
The Ealing site of the West London Campus has superb facilities including the Paul Hamlyn Library, a student radio station, an auditorium, music studios, industry-standard labs, mock court room, restaurants and cafés, and a sports centre.
The Brentford site is home to the Nursing Simulation Centre, which is only a short distance from Ealing and easily accessible on the free shuttle bus. The Berkshire Institute for Health, at Fountain House in Reading town centre, enables UWL to deliver nursing and midwifery programmes across the region in partnership with the NHS.