Fees and scholarships
The University of West London offers international students the opportunity to study at the No 1 modern university in London*.
In addition, the University offers international students the chance to apply for one of our 100 International Ambassador Scholarships, worth up to £5000. These are available for both September and January intakes. Visit our International Ambassador Scholarships for more information.
Other scholarship opportunities available for international students already resident in the UK include:
- £1000 for any undergraduate international application made from within the UK
- £2000 for any postgraduate international application made from within the UK
- £5000 for any application from students who have already secured a 1st class degree from a UK institution
The University of West London also participates in the Chevening Scholarship Program. Chevening is the UK government’s International Awards Scheme aimed at developing global leaders. Funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and partner organisations, the objective of this programme is to support foreign policy priorities and achieve FCO objectives. It aims to create lasting positive relationships with future leaders, influencers and decision-makers. Read more about the Chevening Scholarship Program here.
Bursary for April 2018 intake
Please note: for students subject to overseas fees who enrol in April 2018: we will be offering a £1,000 bursary towards fees.
Please note that this offer is for April 2018 only. No other University scholarship or discount can be used in conjunction with this bursary and it is non-transferable to any other start date.
Please note that if you are made an offer to study at the University, you will be invited to pay a £250 (non-refundable) registration fee to secure a place on your chosen course, while you meet the conditions of your offer. Once you have successfully met all of these conditions and enrol at the University of West London, this registration fee will be deducted from your overall tuition fees. Should you not meet the conditions of your offer, this fee will not be refunded.
Please note that the registration fee does not substitute the financial condition of your offer and you will still need to complete the full admission process.