How to apply

How to apply

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Apply for a course at the University of West London as an international student

Please see below how to apply to the University of West London as an international student. 

Applying for an undergraduate course

You can apply directly to us by:

You should apply in good time to process your visa if you need one.

You will also need to provide

  • academic transcripts (officially translated to English)
  • a personal statement explaining why you are suitable for the course
  • two professional and / or academic references
  • a copy of your passport
  • copies of any other supporting documents.

Apply directly by completing an application form

If you are still studying, send the most up to date transcript you have. You may then receive a 'conditional offer' to be upgraded to 'unconditional' when you finish.

Send your completed direct application form (Word, 186 kb), together with supporting documents, to:

International Office
University of West London
St Mary's Road
Ealing
London
W5 5RF
UK

or you can email us at int.app@uwl.ac.uk with your scanned:

Our aim is to process your application as quick as we can.

A CAS letter will be produced when you have been made an unconditional offer, accepted the offer, and paid 50% of the fees. You can apply for a visa when you have the CAS letter.

We will get back to you as soon as we can, and tell you if we need any more information.

Alternatively, you can apply through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS).

Applying for a postgraduate course

If you are applying for a taught postgraduate course, please apply direct to us by downloading and completing our direct application form (Word, 186 kb).

Send your completed form, together with supporting documents, to:

International Office
University of West London
St Mary's Road
Ealing
London
W5 5RF
UK

or you can e-mail us at int.app@uwl.ac.uk with your scanned:

Alternatively, you can apply directly to us using our online form.

The course leader will consider your application form together with your referees reports (if required), and you may be asked for an interview.

We will let you know whether you have been accepted on the course, and ask you to confirm the offer within three weeks of receipt.

If you are applying for a research based course, see our research section for information about how to apply for the course.