Information for New EU applicants

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We look forward to seeing you in September

For everything you need to know about studying with us at the University of West London as a EU student, please click on the links below:


At the University of West London we offer a range of courses, including undergraduate, postgraduate and integrated foundation years. With eight academic schools making up UWL, you can find the perfect course to suit you.

We have an exciting range of courses available starting in September 2017, take a look at the courses on offer.


You can find information on funding available to you by visiting our course search page, which has a dedicated section on funding. Here you'll find fee information for undergraduate and postgraduate courses for EU students.

How to apply

For a January start date, EU undergraduate and postgraduate students can apply via UCAS or directly through the University of West London. Visit the course search page for further information. 

For a September start date, EU undergraduate students will need to apply via, while postgraduate students can apply directly to the University, through the course information page. 

English language requirement for EU students

You can check if you meet our English language requirement. If you do not yet meet the requirement, you may choose to take our in-house English tests once you have submitted your application. Booking information will be sent to you about this if you are eligible. 

Your accommodation

The University of West London can provide you with advice and support about the accommodation options available to you. You can also check out our international accommodation page for more information.

European students at UWL

We welcome students from all parts of Europe, together with many other international students from all over the world. Together, you make up 15-20% of the total student population here at UWL.

In spite of the EU Referendum, we remain committed welcoming students from across the EU and look forward to a continued future working together. Please see our EU Referendum Statement for more information on the effects the referendum may have on incoming EU students.