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In light of the current public health COVID-19 situation, we have cancelled our on-campus events and will be delivering all our Open Events virtually for the foreseeable future.

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Undergraduate Open Events at UEL

Discover everything you need to know about studying at the University of East London from the comfort of your own home at our Virtual Postgraduate Open Evening.

Wednesday 22 July

Time: 17:00 - 20:00

During the evening, you will be able to:
  • Talk to our academics about our courses
  • Get information about entry requirements, fees and student life
  • Ask questions about financial support, work experience opportunities and your career progression
  • Receive an offer at the event*
  • *only selected courses will be able to offer places on the same day

A Welcome message from our vice chancellor and president 

A warm welcome from the VC&P, Amanda Broderick

The University of East London's Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Amanda Broderick, welcomes you to our Virtual Postgraduate Open Evening.

Dual Delivery for September 2020

Pro Vice Chancellor, Education and Experience, Charles Egbu, explains how your course will be delivered when the university year starts in September 2020.

From September 2020, UEL will offer a dual delivery educational model introducing face-to-face teaching alongside our innovative online delivery, with plans for a safe covid-secure phased re-opening of our campuses.

If you have any questions about our dual delivery educational framework and what studying will look like in September 2020, join our live Q&A session listed below at 7:30pm.

More information, including FAQ’s and step-by-step guides to our new safety protocols and dual delivery learning model, can be found at our Return to Campus page.

How to join our webinars

Take a look through the schedule of live webinars in the drop-down sections below, all webinars are hosted on Microsoft Teams, to join, simply click the link.

Your microphone and video will automatically be turned off, but please talk to the presenters by typing in the chat messenger function throughout the session – they will happily answer any questions you have.

Want to chat to our current students to find out what studying at UEL is really like? Click below and choose a student ambassador to talk to.


Programme 17:00 - 20:00

Welcome from the University of East London’s VCP Encourages students to join their cluster subject talks/ask questions and attend our talks on admissions, fees/finance, support for international students, careers/personal statement tips.

17:10 – 17:55: Allied and Public Health Professions: MRes Health Sciences/ MSc Public Health/ PGCert Musculoskeletal Ultrasonography
Academics: Matthew Almond (Producer), Steph Messner TBC
Click here to watch live webinar

17:10 – 17:55: Psychology:
MSc Psychology
Academics: Paul Penn
Click here to watch live webinar

17:10 – 17:55: Art and Creative Design: MA & Prof Doc Fine Art/ MA & MFA Med Future Learning Design
Academics: Eric James Great-Rex, Karen Raney, Fay Braur
Click here to watch live webinar

17:10 – 17:55: Social Sciences: MA Social Work/ MA Youth & Community work/PGCert Narrative Research (Distance Learning)
Click here to watch live webinar

17:10 – 17:55: Business Management, Entrepreneurship and Finance: MSc Finance and Risk/ MA Human Resource Management/ MSc International Business Management/ MBA/ MSc Oil and Gas Management/ MSc Professional Accounting/ MSc Sports Management
Academics: Andrew Boocock and Chau Duong, Baoyig Lai, Slawomir Raszewski, Shazaib Butt, Naz Ali
Click here to watch live webinar

17:10 – 17:55: Construction, Transport & Logistics: MSc Construction Engineering Management/ MSc Intelligent Transport Planning & Engineering
Academics: Mike Hurst
Click here to watch live webinar

17:10 – 17:55 Psychology | Applied Positive and Coaching Psychology: MSc Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology
Academics: Andrea Giraldez-Hayes
Click here to watch live webinar

17:10 – 17:55: The Admissions Process Talk + Q&A
Presenter: Cassandra Berwick
Click here to watch live webinar

17:10 – 17:55: Fees and Funding Talk + Q&A
Presenter: Sinead McCarthy
Click here to watch live webinar

17:10 – 17:55: Support for International Students Talk + Q&A
Presenter: Mark Whitfield
Click here to watch live webinar

17:55 – 18:40: Medical Sciences: MSc Biomedical Science/ MRes Bioscience/ MSc Pharmaceutical Science (with Specialism)
Academics: David Guiliano (Producer), Amrutha Chilumuri (Presenter), Tummala Reddy (Presenter)
Click here to watch live webinar

17:55 – 18:40: Counselling: MA & PGDip Counselling & Psychotherapy/ MSc & PGDip Integrative Counselling & Coaching
Click here to watch live webinar

17:55 – 18:40: Social Sciences: MSc International Relations/ MA Conflict, Displacement & Human Security/ MSc NGO and Development Management/MA Refugees Studies
Academics: Stephen Hobden
Click here to watch live webinar

17:55 – 18:40: Engineering:
MSc & PGDip Civil Engineering/ MSc Mechanical Engineering/ MSc & PGDip Structural Engineering/ MSc Mechatronics and CSE/MSc Intelligent Transport Systems/MSc Mechatronics and Computer Systems Engineering
Academics: Dr Alex Apeagyei Dr Arya Assadi-Langroudi Prof Fawad Inam
Click here to watch live webinar

18:00 – 18:45: Law, Policing & Justice: LLM Energy and Natural Resources Law/ LLM Law/ LLM Business and Financial Law/ LLM Human Rights Advocacy/ LLM International Law & Legal Practice/ LLM Transitional Justice and Conflict
Academics: Abigail Jackson
Click here to watch live webinar

17:55 – 18:40: Architecture and Physical Design: March Architecture (ARB/RIBA Part 2)/ MRes Architecture/ MA Architecture and Urbanism/ MA Interior Design/ PGDip Landscape Architecture/ MA Professional Landscape Architecture/ MA Professional Landscape Architecture (with Conversion)
Academics: Heba Elsharkawy, Claudia Palma
Click here to watch live webinar

17:55 – 18:40: Education: MA Special and Additional Learning Needs/ MA Special Educational Needs/ PGCert Special Educational Needs Coordination (SENCO)/ PGCert Understanding and Supporting Behaviour/ PGCert Autism Spectrum Conditions and Learning/ MA Early Childhood Leadership and Practice/ MA, Prof Doc & MPhil/PhD Education/ MA English Language Teaching (ELT)
Academics: Debbie Kilbride, Tanya Cotier, Mario Moya, Jenny Robson
Click here to watch live webinar

17:55 – 18:40: Psychology | Humanitarian Intervention: MSc Humanitarian Intervention
Academics: Lucia Berdondini
Click here to watch live webinar

17:55 – 18:40: Psychology | Occupational, Organisational and Business Psychology: MSc Occupational and Organisational Psychology/ MSc BusinessPsychology
Academics: Mark Holloway
Click here to watch live webinar

18:40 – 19:25: Media: MA Filmmaking/MA Media & Communication Industries
Academics: Tony Sampson
Click here to watch live webinar

18:40 – 19:25: Sport: MSc Applied Sport & Exercise Science/ MRes Sport & Exercice Science
Academics: Richard Hunt (Producer)
Click here to watch live webinar

18:40 – 19:25: Computing: MSc Computer Science/ MSc Computing and Information Communication Technology/ MSc Artificial Intelligence/ MSc Big Data Technologies/ MSc Digital & Technology Solutions / MSc & Prof Doc Data Science/ MSc & Prof Doc Information Security and Digital Forensics
Academics: Amin Karami, Ameer Al-Nemrat, Gaurav Malik
Click here to watch live webinar

18:40 – 19:25: Education & Teaching: PGCE Primary/ PGCE Secondary/ PGCE Post -Compulsory Education & Training (PCET)/ PGCE Non QTS/ MA English Language Teaching/ MA Leadership in Education/ MA Post
Qualifying Professional Practice
Academics: David Wells, Mario Moya, Lizana Oberholzerwi
Click here to watch live webinar

18:40 – 19:25: Doctoral studies in education and social work
Academics: Jo Finch
Click here to watch live webinar

18:40 – 19:25: Psychology | Counselling Psychology: Prof Doc Counselling and PhD Psychology
Academics: Rachel Tribe and Helen Murphy
Click here to watch live webinar

18:40 – 19:25: Performing Arts: MA & MFA Theatre Acting/ Directing/ MA Contemporary Performance Practices/ MA & MFA Acting for Stage & Screen/ MA & MFA Global Learning Futures/ MA & MFA Music & Sound Suite
Presenter: Michael Bunce
Click here to watch live webinar

18:40 – 19:25: Fashion: MA Fashion/ MA International Fashion Business
Academics: Kent Le, Kim Smith
Click here to watch live webinar

18:40 – 19:25: The Admissions Process Talk + Q&A
Academics: Cassandra Berwick
Click here to watch live webinar

18:40 – 19:25: Fees and Funding Talk + Q&A
Presenter: Sinead McCarthy
Click here to watch live webinar

18:40 – 19:25: Support for International Students Talk + Q&A
Presenter: Mark Whitfield
Click here to watch live webinar

19:30 – 20:00: Q&A with Pro Vice Chancellor - ask him any question!
Presenter: Prof Charles Egbu
Click here to join the live Q&A

Student Ambassadors online on UniBuddy to chat all evening (5pm-8pm)

Applicant Relations on live chat (5pm-8pm)

We are a careers led university

The University of East London is the leading careers university, pioneering futures since 1898. We are dedicated to supporting you to develop the skills, emotional intelligence and creativity needed to prepare and thrive in Industry 4.0. Our students get more than just a degree. They also gain the skills and experience that employers are looking for.

We know the world of work is changing, and we continue to work with global organisations to make our courses entrepreneurial, creative and inspirational. But don’t just take it from us, during our Virtual Open Day you'll be able to chat directly to current UEL students and get expert advice from our Careers and Employability team.

Graduate school

The Graduate School team

Our Graduate School advisors are available to answer any questions you may have about postgraduate research at UEL.

Our advisors are here to help support you and help you find out if you’re eligible for a fee waiver, scholarship or discount.

For more information on how to apply visit the Graduate School page or contact an advisor at

Information advice and guidance

Are you thinking of studying or returning to study at university but are unsure of which course to study or the entry requirements?

Our pre-entry Advice and Guidance team are here to help and support you through this process. For more information watch our video or visit the IAG team's page.  

tour our waterfront student village accommodation


We are proud to be one of the few universities in London to offer on-campus accommodation. Located on the Docklands campus, our waterfront Halls of Residence overlooking the stunning riverfront are convenient, secure, comfortable and a great place to meet like-minded friends.  


For more information about the Halls of Residence visit the Accommodation page

student life

UEL is a unique and exciting place

As a student at UEL you’ll meet people from around the world and have access to our state-of-the-art modern facilities such as our Knowledge Dock to support students and staff to develop their applied research streams into successful business start-ups.

Away from your studies you’ll have access to a huge choice of clubs and societies, a world-class gym and sports complex and some great places to socialise.

View our Student Life page page to discover what it's like to be a UEL student.


FAQs – Home/EU students

In light of the current situation surrounding COVID-19 and with the safety of our staff, students and visitors in mind, we have taken the decision to cancel all our scheduled undergraduate and postgraduate on-campus events and instead run online events which you will be able to join from any location.

Complete the Call BackForm and a member of the team will contact you shortly.
Alternatively, talk with someone using live chat. If you require more information, please email

How do I choose the right course for me?

Selecting a course is vital. Our Applicant Relations team is available on email at to provide support if you are unsure about a course being right for you. Alternatively you can send an enquiry to our Information Advice and Guidance team.

What information should I gather before applying?

Before you make your application make sure you have the following ready:

  1. Personal Statement

    Personal statements are very important as it gives you the opportunity to write your motives for wanting to study the course of your choice. For assistance on writing your supporting statement click here or speak to our Information Advice and Guidance team.

  2. Information on your qualification/s

    You will need to confirm level of qualification/s, awarding body and grade. Please note, we require a copy of your qualifications at the point of application and we may request to see the hard copy when you enrol. For certificates which may have been misplaced or lost, it would be a good idea to request replacement, so you have them ready for enrolment.

  3. References

    For your application we require at least one reference. Your referee can be either your tutors or employers. Please note we cannot accept references from family members, or friends.

  4. English Language

    If your undergraduate degree is not from the UK, we may require evidence of a satisfactory English Language qualification or test.



When should I submit my application?

We strongly encourage you to apply as early as possible. This is especially true for courses that have assessments through portfolios, interviews or auditions. Late application may mean that we have no further assessment dates available.

We cannot guarantee that we will be able to process applications for January entry received the week before the first day of teaching.

How do I apply?

Applications for either full time or part time courses should be made via the UEL website here.

How much does it cost to apply?

There is no application fee.

How will my application be assessed?

All applications will be assessed based on your academic profile, personal statement, and reference. You must meet the entry requirements for the course you are applying for. For some courses you will be required to attend an interview and/or present a portfolio as part of the application process.

Once we have assessed your application, we may require further documents in order for us to make an assessment. We will contact you via email if this is the case and request that you upload them via the Applicant Portal – we will give you a link to access the portal.

How long will it take to get a decision?

We aim to come back to you regarding your application within 10 working days, however for courses that require interviews it may take slightly longer.

FAQs – international students

Yes! The University of East London is currently still running its September 2020 intake. Don’t miss your chance to study with us this fall and submit your application today!
The best way to contact a member of the International Office is to send an email to the inbox that is most relevant to you. Don’t forget to include your phone number if you would like us to give you a call back.

If you are a student from the Americas-
If you are a student from South Asia-
If you are a student from the EU-
If you are a student from the Rest of the World-
The University of East London is keeping a close eye on exam results. As we get closer to our September start date we will continue to work closely with you as a student and your school to give you the best chance of starting with us in September. Don’t panic!
If one of your conditions is English language, yes you will still have to submit this. We are currently exploring different provisions to potentially offer this test to our students who are unable to take any other English language tests.
Our Admissions Team are recalibrating our internal systems so you can get your offer letters as soon as possible during these uncertain times. Bear with us, we will get your offer to you as quickly as possible.
The University of East London will continue to keep an eye on the current global pandemic. If we are clear to start our September 2020 intake as planned we will begin issuing CAS Letters for you to apply for your visa at the beginning of July.
At the moment there is a lot of uncertainty around travelling to the UK with the strict Travel Bans implemented by governments around the world. We will work together with the UK travel advice in order to best advice students in the following months.