Balance life, work and study
The idea of juggling everything can seem overwhelming. But it doesn't have to be. At University of East London, you can work alongside your tutors to create a personalised timetable that strikes the right balance between on campus learning, professional development and personal commitments.
As an undergraduate student you will have a minimum of 12 contact hours per week and our new and improved education model provides you with a structure to help fill the rest of your time around your personal goals and aspirations.
We will work together to help plan your week so you can make the most from your time on campus.
As part of your bespoke timetable, you can schedule in 2.5 days a week of face-to-face teaching and we've reserved Wednesday afternoons for socialising either through sports, societies, clubs or other on-campus activities.
Once you have clarity on your timetable you can block the rest of your time for paid work or other personal commitments and responsibilities.
On campus, you'll have opportunities to collaborate with an extensive and diverse network of students, academics and industry partners. You will have plenty of opportunities to create connections that will help you beyond university into your career.
At the University of East London, we encourage collaboration at all different levels.
Access the University's industry standard facilities, expand your skills and interact with fellow students on different courses.