Modern ways of learning

The University of East London received its charter in 1992, but it was founded in 1898 as

West Ham Technical Institute. Currently it is recognised as one of UK’s leading modern universities. The

university’s programmes are

practical, innovative and relevant, meeting the needs of students and industry alike. UEL is an international university with students from around 120 countries at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. There are around 4,000 international students.


Undergraduate programmes:

Single honours programmes,

Major/Minor combinations, Joint

combinations, Extended Degree

programmes, Higher National

Certificate and Higher National Diploma programmes.

Postgraduate level: Diploma, postgraduate Diploma, Masters programmes, Doctorates and Research Degrees.

Our Schools: UEL is organised into Schools: Architecture & the Visual Arts, Health & Biosciences, Business, Distance and E-Learning, Education, Computing and Technology,

Graduate School, Law, Psychology, and Social Sciences, Media &

Cultural Studies.

Tuition Fees

Currently most undergraduate programmes are mostly around £9000 per year.

Tuition fees for postgraduate programmes vary by academic school varies from £9600 to £11,850 per year.


Undergraduate Scholarships worth £1,000 is awarded.

Postgraduate Scholarships worth £2,000 is awarded. — Agencies