How to apply

If you would like more information about our postgraduate courses, please call 0800 036 8888, or complete our enquiry form and one of our academics will contact you to discuss your requirements further.

At this time, 4 July 2014, the University of West London cannot sponsor new non-EU international students. The University is now actively working with the UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI), part of the Home Office, to review our procedures. This work should be completed within the next seven days and the UKVI are likely to report on their findings within a further 28 days, though this is not a guaranteed date.

An International Student Helpline has been set up by the University to assist prospective and continuing non-EU international students who have questions relating to their Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) or visas. The International Student Helpline is: +44 (0)20 8231 2020.

Advice and enrolment sessions

If you would like to find out more about studying one of our postgraduate courses, you can get academic advice and sign up on the day at one of our advice and enrolment sessions on:

  • Wednesday 10 September 2014, 4pm - 7pm
  • Thursday 11 September 2014, 4pm -7pm

If you have already been made an offer to study, additional session dates are available for you to enrol. See enrolment session dates.

Taught postgraduate courses

If you are applying for a taught postgraduate course, use our course search to find your chosen course, and then click on 'apply now'.

Alternatively, you can download and complete an application form (pdf, 78 kb)

Once completed, send the form together with copies of your qualification certificates and references (if required) to:

University of West London
Walpole House, Bond Street
W5 5AA

Places are offered on a continuous basis and courses may fill up quickly

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.

Research degrees

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