Undergraduate

Part-time study

Student with books

With 99% of our part-time graduates in employment within six months of graduating, we are 12th in England and top modern university in London for our part-time graduates*.

Studying an undergraduate course part-time will enhance your employability and, if you study whilst you're working, you can apply your learning directly to work, providing a direct and immediate benefit to your employer.

Study options

We offer a range of study options, meaning you can balance your studies with other commitments.

Our Saturday courses take between two to three years to complete, depending on the level of qualification.

Our part-time intensive Foundation degrees are designed for students working in a relevant industry and can be completed in two years.

Undergraduate study options include: weekdays, evenings, distance learning, and distance learning with study days.

See all our part-time Undergraduate courses.

Funding your studies

Home and EU part-time undergraduate students starting their first degree can apply for student finance, meaning you don’t have to pay tuition fees upfront

Also, if you already hold an Honours degree or higher level qualification and are thinking about studying one of our part-time Honours degrees in engineering, technology or computer science, you may also be able to get funding.

If you are funding your studies yourself, we offer flexible payment plans.

For more information about how to pay fees, contact our Student Finance Centre on 020 8280 0283.

You can also see our fees page for more information.

We also offer scholarships for part-time study, including an undergraduate part-time fee waiver of £1,500.

Visit us

Our open events are a great chance for you to find out more about university life, the benefits of studying part-time, and discover more about the rich and vibrant culture of Ealing.

They give you the opportunity to find out more about us, and:

  • your course
  • our facilities
  • meet our staff
  • meet our current students.

See our open events page.

 

* According to Employment Performance Indicators (EPI) figures published by HESA in July 2016.