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    More than 120 different nationalities are represented on our campuses

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    UEL is ranked 2nd in London for student satisfaction in Architecture, Civil Engineering and Psychology (2014 National Student Survey)
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Entry requirements

For detailed information on entry requirements for all UEL courses, please see our course pages. We accept country qualifications at the appropriate level and also take any relevant work experience into account when considering an application. The standard of your application form, including your personal statement, is also important. 

Undergraduate degree courses

To study for an undergraduate degree, you need to:
Meet the standard UK undergraduate requirements, although requirements may vary from course to course. Please check course pages for specific entry requirements.  

English language requirements

To study at UEL you must demonstrate that your English level is high enough for university study. We accept a number of different Secure English Language Tests (SELT) for entry onto our degree courses including TOEFL iBT, Pearsons and Trinity, with IELTS being the most common. English language requirements vary slightly from subject to subject. All students are required to meet our standard English language requirements as follows:

Undergraduate standard requirements

The English language entry requirement for an undergraduate (Bachelor's) course is a minimum IELTS for UKVI score of 5.5 or 6, or equivalent, depending on the course and year or level of entry. The specific requirements for your chosen course, including individual component scores, will be outlined as one of the academic conditions if you are made an offer.

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Postgraduate degree courses

To study for a Master's degree, you need to have:

A minimum of 2:2 Hons degree or equivalent from your country.
What if I have a different qualification or do not understand the requirements?
Please email UEL International at international@uel.ac.uk if you have a different qualification to those listed above.

English language requirements
To study at UEL you must demonstrate that your English level is high enough for university study. We accept a number of different Secure English Language Tests (SELT) for entry onto our degree courses including TOEFL iBT, Pearsons and Trinity, with IELTS being the most common. English language requirements vary slightly from subject to subject. 

All students are required to meet our standard English language requirements as follows:

Postgraduate standard requirements
The English language entry requirement for the majority of postgraduate (Master's) programmes is IELTS 6.0 or 6.5, or equivalent, depending on your chosen course of study. Specific requirements for your chosen course, including individual component scores, will be outlined as one of the academic conditions if you are made an offer.

2017/18 Fees

 We will also provide all undergraduates with a free Samsung tablet loaded with e-Books.  

Undergraduate courses (avg. length:3 years)  
£11,440 
Postgraduate courses (avg. length: 1 year) 
£12,480
MBA (avg. length: 1 year)
£15,450

 

To help you with your finances we are offering the following scholarships of up to £4,000.

*Payment plans are available, for more information contact international@uel.ac.uk

 

Visas

If you are not a citizen of a European Economic Area member state, it is compulsory to apply for and obtain a Tier 4 General Student visa to come to the UK for a course of study of longer than 6 months.  If you are a citizen of Visa required country you will need to apply for and obtain a visa to come to the UK and study at UEL for courses of any length.  However, if you are a citizen of a Non-Visa country and you are coming to study a short course of less than six months it is not compulsory that you apply for a visa to enter the UK, instead you can enter the UK as a Student Visitor. To check your countries visa status go to GOV.UK.