Our January courses
While most university courses start in September, we offer January intakes to give you the chance to study exactly the same course on a different timescale. You'll start in January but catch-up with your classmates for the start of the second year, finishing the degree at the same time as September starters. This means that you'll be studying with us throughout the summer period.
It's a great opportunity if you've missed the September deadline or if you want to study a degree in a shorter time.
January starts are also available to EU and International students.
Please see available January courses below.
We offer a range of UG scholarships to help you fund your studies - check our fees and funding page for more details.
91% of our graduates are in full-time employment of further study within 6 months of graduation (DLHE, 2016/7, published July 2018)
We offer a range of PG scholarships to help you fund your studies - check our fees and funding page for more details.
'internationally recognised' research (REF 2014)
Our research is highly rated, so you can be sure you're being taught by leading experts.
- MSc Computer Science
- MSc Computer Science (with Industrial Placement)
- MSc Information Security & Digital Forensics
- MSc Information Security & Digital Forensics (with Industrial Placement)
Digital & Technology Solutions (Apprenticeship)
- MSc Construction Engineering Management
- MSc Construction Engineering Management with Placement Year
- MSc Civil Engineering
- MSc Civil Engineering (with Industrial Placement)
- PGDip Civil Engineering
- MSc Structural Engineering
- MSc Structural Engineering (with Industrial Placement)
- LLM Energy and Natural Resources Law
- LLM General
- LLM General with Placement
- LLM (Business and Financial Law)
- LLM (Business and Financial Law) with Placement
- LLM (Transitional Justice and Conflict)
- LLM (Transitional Justice and Conflict) with Placement
- LLM (Human Rights Advocacy)
- LLM (Human Rights Advocacy) with Placement
- LLM (International Law and Legal Practice)
- LLM (International Law and Legal Practice) with Placement
International foundation programme
Please note, these courses are only available for international students.
If you want to study an undergraduate degree at UEL but don’t currently meet the academic requirements for your desired course, you may be eligible to study on our International Foundation Programme. The International Foundation Programme is a specially tailored course designed to equip international students with the skills and knowledge required to progress onto an undergraduate course at UEL. By taking this course you will be fully enrolled as a UEL student, giving you the benefit of on-campus accommodation and access to all University facilities and services. After completing the course, you will then be able to progress seamlessly to full degree-level study without having to apply for a new visa.
What you need to know
Please ensure you submit copies of your passport, certificates, transcripts and any proof of your current level of English language, e.g. IELTS certificates, with your application.
Entry requirements: You need to have completed a minimum of 12 years of schooling in your home country. The academic requirements vary depending on country of study.
If you require a Tier 4 visa to study in the UK, your English Language qualification must be a Secure English Language Test (SELT).
How to apply
To apply, go onto the course page of your choice, click on ‘APPLY TO UEL’ and select ‘APPLY WITH FOUNDATION’ under ‘International - Full Time - Jan 2020’
- BSc (Hons) Computing for Business with International Foundation
- BSc (Hons) Computer Science with International Foundation
- BA (Hons) Event Management with International Foundation
- BA (Hons) Hospitality Management with International Foundation
- BA (Hons) Tourism Management with International Foundation