How to apply
Find out how to apply for:
- a full-time course beginning in September 2015 if you are from UK/EU
- a full-time course beginning in January 2015 or September 2015 if you are an international student
- a part-time undergraduate course
- direct entry to Years 2 or 3 on one of our undergraduate degree courses.
UK / EU students applying for a full-time course for September 2015
If you would like to apply for a course at the University of West London starting in September 2015, don't forget that the UCAS deadline for applications is Wednesday 15 January 2015.
The information on this page will guide you through the application process but if you have any questions about applying to one of our courses, please don't hesitate to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0800 036 8888, and we will be happy to help.
All full-time applications should be made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) at www.ucas.com.
You can apply for up to five courses online through the UCAS website, either:
- through your school or college who are registered with UCAS
- independently if you do not belong to a UK school or college.
Apply to the University of West London using our institution code W05 and the UCAS code given for the course in our course search.
When you complete your application, you will need to pay a fee to UCAS. Currently this fee is £12 if you only apply to one course at the University of West London, or £23 if you wish to apply for more than one course or institution.
If you haven't already had an opportunity to attend one of our open days and would like to find out more about the University of West London, we would be delighted to welcome you on one of campus tours.
We invite applicants of many of our courses to attend an Applicant Day on Wednesday 18 February 2015, where you will find out more about your chosen course. If you are made an offer for a course that offers an Applicant Day, we will email you with details of how to book shortly after you’ve received your offer.
What happens next
When UCAS sends us a copy of your application, we consider whether to offer you a place based on your qualifications, personal statement and referee's report. UCAS will let you know what we have decided.
As soon as individual courses become full, we will close them and no further applications for those courses will be accepted.
If you are given a conditional offer from us, and your results meet the conditions of the offer, you will receive a letter confirming your place.
If you narrowly miss the grades of your offer, we will consider your application again and you may still be offered a place.
International students applying for a full-time course starting in January 2015 or September 2015
If you are an international student, you can read about how to apply on our International application web pages. These pages outline how you can apply, either by:
- completing an application form.
You will also need to review the relevant information about the qualifications we accept from your country and our English language requirements, as well as other useful details about your visa application and much more.
You can also contact the International Office by email at email@example.com, by telephone on 44 (0)20 8231 2468 or send us your application documents to:
University of West London
International Office - Admissions
St Mary's Road
We are currently accepting applications for January 2015 and September 2015 courses.
If you are an international student and experience problems applying through UCAS, we can help. Contact our International office on +44 (0)20 8231 2468.
Applying for a part-time undergraduate course
To apply for a part-time undergraduate course, use our course search to find your chosen course, and click on 'Apply now'.
Alternatively, you can download an application form (pdf, 78 kb). Complete the form and send it to:
University of West London
Walpole House, Bond Street
We will let you know whether your application has been successful.
95% of University of West London graduates in employment within six months of graduating.
* According to Employment Performance Indicators (EPI) figures published by HESA in July 2014. Graduates who have studied an undergraduate degree programme.