University of East London


The University of East London is located in the London Borough of Newham, London, England. The university commenced its academic reign in 1892, initially serving only the local community. It has three campuses at Docklands and Stanford and University Square. Stratford is the newest campus which opened in September 2013. The college associated with the University of East London is UCFB.

The university has various departments in a diverse range of excellent subjects such as the School of Architecture, Computing and Engineering, School of Education and Communities, School of Health, Sport and Bioscience, School of Psychology, School of Arts and Creative Industries as well as a Graduate school that provides resources and support for students of postgraduate studies. It also has a women's department.

At Barking Learning Centre of UEL in a nearby borough, short courses and programs are delivered. Students at the university are registered in various programs with the UK and International academic partners like the Women's Institute of Management in Malaysia.


UEL has a student body of over 15,000 students, with undergraduates being over 10,000 and postgraduates over 5,000. The University of East London is the most diverse institute in London, with 70% of students worldwide.

UELSU (University of East London Students' Union) is the wide representative body for the students of the UEL. This union act as the voice of students in national higher policy debate and represent students in the institute's decision-making. It runs several societies and clubs, campaigns and entertainment. UEL have 50 societies, among which famous one called Your Universe is a student e-zine, a partnership between student writers and UEL.

Sports clubs of UEL participate in various British Universities and Colleges leagues and activities managed by UELSports. In 2011, the University of East London was named the most improved institute in sports at BUCS awards. The university had jumped 43 places in the league table.

A sports centre named Sportsdock opened at Dockland's campus was used by Team USA for training in the 2012 Summer Olympics. This Center features two large indoor sports arenas, a gym and fitness suite, two basketball courts, ten badminton courts, volleyball and net courts, two football pitches, cricket bays, and a sports café with a seating capacity of 400 people.


This university provides on-campus accommodation comprised of two distinct accommodation building types - the West Student Halls and the East Student Halls. These halls are secure, modern and convenient. Here you get a great chance to socialize and make new friends. Students can also rent private property in house share according to their preferences. UEL also advises students regarding the most suitable off-campus housing options.


  • In the UK, the University of East London ranks 127.
  • By QS World Ranking, the University of East London ranks between 801-1000.
  • According to Times Higher Education Ranking, UEL ranks 801-1000.


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