University of West London


The University of West London is considered among the oldest public educational institutions in London. This institute has its roots in Lady Byron School, founded in 1860. The West London Campus has two sites: Ealing and Brentford, and it also has a campus in Reading, Berkshire.

The University comprises nine schools offering education in subjects of Business, Hospitality and Tourism, Computing and Engineering, Music, Nursing, Midwifery and Healthcare, Law and Criminology, Human and Social Sciences, Film, Media and Design.


The University of West London has a student body of around 12,000, including 9,815 Undergraduates and 2,170 Postgraduates. 10 % of the student population is from outside the UK. Studying at this University gives you a vibrant community and beautiful places on your doorsteps, and the vibe of central London is a few stopovers away on the tube.

UWLSU (University of West London Students' Union) is the renowned student organization of the University. In 2016, this association was ranked the best student union in Great London. UWL is affiliated with the National Union of Students and represents the 47,000 students at the University of West London. This union organizes some significant events and takes up activities like sports, advising students and providing space to socialize.

Career Support Department insures advice you with opinions for students' successful future. Industry-led specialists and teachers provide career support to students of the University. Here you will be able to engage with employers and receive life-long career counselling.

UWL offers a wide range of scholarships and bursaries to new and current students. Students facing financial pressure can apply for this scholarship and study with peace of mind. All related information on the latest scholarship announcement is Universities' website section "Scholarships and Bursaries

This University owns its official radio station named Blast Radio. This station is based on campus in "The Heartspace".


The institute guarantees accommodation for all first-year students. The University of West London also offers a range of university-managed flat-shares, house-shares and accommodation at the Student Village and Reynard Mills. This option is perfect for people planning to stay with their friends and get their own place.


Following are the national and international rankings of the University of West London.

  • By QS World Ranking, the University of West London ranks between 601-650.
  • According to the 2023 Guardian University Guide, the University of West London is the best modern University in London.
  • The Times ranks the University of West London in the top 10 institutes for teaching quality.
  • In REF assessment, the University of West London is ranked in the top 100 universities in overall quality of research.


University of West London
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