What is a Virtual Offer Holder Day?

Discover everything you need to know about the University of East London on the Virtual Offer Holder Day. Here you can explore different aspects of University life from the comfort of your own home and find out what life is like as a student at UEL.

In the coming weeks, we will be uploading presentations, talks and taster sessions of your specific course. This will be a great opportunity for you to hear from our academic and specialist staff about how you can graduate with an internationally recognised degree and gain a career in your preferred field. Here's a quick video of what an offer holder day looks like.

The University East of London is careers-led and dedicated to ensuring our students have the skills, emotional intelligence and creativity necessary to adapt to a constantly-evolving world and its technology. The rise of artificial intelligence and increased automation mean that it is the uniquely human skills that will set future graduates apart in the job market. These include soft skills, such as critical thinking, emotional intelligence and resilience, alongside practical skills, such as digital proficiency and industry connections, all things that we help you develop through our Professional Fitness and Mental Wealth programme.

To speak directly with current students and our Admissions Team use the live chat feature in the bottom left of your screen.

A warm welcome from the Vice-Chancellor and President of the University of East London, Professor Amanda Broderick


The University of East London's Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Amanda Broderick, welcomes you to our Virtual Offer Holder Day.

A message from the Deans of UEL


A welcome from the Deans of our six schools

  • Architecture, Computing and Engineering
  • Arts and Creative Industries
  • Royal Docks School of Business and Law
  • Health, Sport and BioScience
  • Psychology
  • School of Education and Communities

The Admissions team talk through some of their Frequently Asked Questions


Find out how to accept your offer from us through UCAS here. 

For more information visit Accepting your Offer.

Scholarships, bursaries and finance


From loans to scholarships, to external funding and bursaries, there are several ways to finance and get the most out of your studies at the University of East London. The Student Money Advice and Rights Team (SMART) provides advice, information and guidance on government and university funds.

For more information visit our fees and funding.

Take a virtual tour of our riverside campus accommodation


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

For more information visit our accommodation.

Student life


Hear from our current UEL students as they share their experiences of campus life, living in East London and why they chose to accept our offer.

For more information visit our student life.


FAQs – Applicants and Offer Holders (Home/EU)

Are the Offer Holder Day/ Open Evenings going ahead?

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 our scheduled on-campus events from this Saturday 21st March, including the Offer Holder Day and Open Evenings in April, and instead run online events which you will be able to join from any location.

I have an invitation for interview, will it take place?

Interviews for Nursing and PGCE courses are planned to take place remotely. You will receive details via email and SMS. If you have not, please contact our Admissions Team on ugadmiss@uel.ac.uk

My school is closed/my exams are cancelled - what will happen with my offer?

We are working closely with Ofqual as well as Schools and Colleges to monitor the situation and are currently awaiting further information on how students will be assessed.

Please be assured that if you hold an offer with us we have already decided that you are a suitable fit for the University of East London and we will be in touch with more information regarding your enrolment.

Can I defer my place?

Yes, if you would like to defer your place please get in touch with our Admissions team at ugadmiss@uel.ac.uk

How can I contact admissions with a specific enquiry?

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 study@uel.ac.uk

If you want to know more, get in touch - we're happy to help.