What is UNICAF?

Unicaf is a global delivery partner of the University of East London, UK, responsible for the recruitment, admission, enrolment and support of online learners to University awards approved for distance online delivery.

On successful completion, graduates will receive a University of East London award.

 

Courses offered

UEL is in partnership with Unicaf to deliver a range of online courses. Including the following:

 

Please visit the UNICAF website for more information.

 

An explanation of the Delivery Model

Students working online will experience the same learning material as the University of East London’s students studying on-campus.

They will also have the opportunity to engage with international students and faculty.  The state-of-the-art digital platform delivers the entire teaching and learning experience online, from application to graduation. 

There are many opportunities to work collaboratively with other online students, and practice new skills and knowledge prior to assessments. 

Unicaf student support staff will be on hand to offer support and guidance throughout the learner's journey and will revert to the University of East London specialist teams, if required.

 

About the UEL / Unicaf partnership

The University of East London has partnered with Unicaf to provide online Master’s programmes for UK-based and overseas students.

This collaborative partnership allows students to engage in Higher Education from the comfort and safety of their homes, working entirely online using Unicaf’s state-of-the-art digital platform and supported by international teaching staff.   

 

A word on Student Recruitment

Under the terms of the partnership between the University of East London and Unicaf, UK-based students will benefit from significant savings in the cost for obtaining a Master's qualification owing to the programmes being delivered entirely online. 

Africa-based students uniquely benefit from potential scholarships to offset the proportionally high cost of Higher Education in sub-Saharan Africa; home of 27 of the world's 28 poorest countries (The World Bank, 2018).