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North America

Located in one of the most well-connected areas in London. A stone's throw from London Bridge, East London is a hub of; art, culture and innovation. This is reflected in our programmes and career services, as we ensure students are prepared for the rapidly-changing world and the digital future.

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  • Careers Passport

    Earn online badges and build a digital portfolio that will be your passport to future employment.

  • Free Books

    Benefit from free books throughout your degree and cheaper tuition than the US.

  • Graduate a Year Faster

    Benefit from shorter degree programmes that are fully accredited and accepted in the US.

STUDENT TESTIMONIAL

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Undergraduate degree courses

We normally ask for a Grade B average (or a GPA of 3.0) in your High School Diploma or GED. We also ask for ONE of the following:

SAT One with a balanced score of 1600 (old SAT) or 1070 (new SAT)
ACT with a composite score of 23
3 Advanced Placement (AP) Exams with grades of 3 or above
Please send us your SAT score reports via the College Board website here. Our Designated Institution (DI) code is 7332 - University of East London.

If sending your ACT score results, please submit your request here. Our ACT code is 5397 - University of East London.

What if I have a different qualification?

Please email UEL International at americas@uel.ac.uk if you have a different qualification than those listed above.

What if I want to transfer?
To be considered for transfer (at the School’s discretion) you should have completed 2-3 years of a Bachelors Degree in relevant subject with a GPA of 2.0 or above (out of 4.0).

English language requirements

We accept a range of English language qualifications. English language requirements vary slightly from course to course – Please see English language requirements for further information.

What if I have a different qualification or do not understand the requirements?


Please email contact the International Office at international@uel.ac.uk

For more information go Fees and funding page.

Postgraduate degree courses
We normally ask students to have an undergraduate (Bachelors) degree validated by a recognised accreditation board with a GPA of 2.5 or above.

What if I have a different qualification?
Please email UEL International at international@uel.ac.uk if you have a different qualification than those listed above.

English language requirements

We accept a range of English language qualifications. English language requirements vary slightly from course to course – Please see English language requirements for further information.

What if I have a different qualification or do not understand the requirements?


Please email contact the International Office at international@uel.ac.uk

For more information go Fees and funding page.

If you are already attending university in your country and thinking about transferring, you may be able to transition smoothly into the next level at UEL. The process is simple and very similar to that of someone who has never attended university, with just a few extra steps.

You must have a minimum CGPA of 2.0 (out of 4) and be able to submit your community college or university transcripts, to determine what level of our degree programmes you will be able to transfer into.

Click here to find out more. 

FUNDING FOR NORTH AMERICANS

The University of East London is approved for both FAFSA and Canadian Provincial Loans. We also accept Sallie Mae and may be able to accept other private loans. Students can take out federal loans from the US government to help pay for school-related expenses in the UK using our Federal School Code G30450.

We have a dedicated Federal Aid Officer who will guide you through the application process, to help you secure the correct amount of loans.

Read more about funding for North Americans.

What OUr Students say

College can be a big investment, but it shouldn't break the bank. I wanted to get a degree that would give me more value and coming to East London did exactly that. Not only am I graduating with far less student debt than if I had stayed in California, but I can also afford to travel all over Europe on the cheap. It's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and I'm so glad I didn't let it pass me by!|

Josh Atkins, USA , BSc (Hons) Marketing

Meet the Recruiters

ABOUT ME - Felicia Werner, Senior Regional Manager (North America)

I am the Senior Regional Manager for North American recruitment, but I am also a Canadian UEL alum myself. I did my undergrad at UT Austin, then decided to set sails for the UK to pursue my MBA. I fell in love with London through my time at UEL and I couldn't get over how diverse and relentless this city was. My experience was further enriched by the fact that I was also a sports scholar on our excellent athletics programme, as a competitive rower. Even if you if you're just thinking about studying abroad, it doesn't hurt to ask questions - trust me I did! If you know you want to study abroad, why wait to start your journey?

Completing an application is one thing, but what happens next? How do you apply for housing, scholarships, possibly a visa? What do you need to consider when studying abroad? Don't worry, I'm here to help you take it step-by-step and anytime you need me, I'll only be a call or an email away!

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