Our courses are designed to equip you with the knowledge, experience and confidence to succeed in in today's job market.
Postgraduate & Post-experience courses from UWS enable you to study at an advanced level, supported by expert academic.
UWS offers a range of career-focused Bachelor, Masters, and Doctoral research opportunities across six academic schools.
Every year at UWS, we welcome hundreds of international students into our vibrant and diverse academic community.
UWS considers all international academic qualifications for entry.
Information to explain you can apply and make your UWS application as smooth as possible for all our degrees.
Located just a 10-minute walk from Ayr town centre on the Craigie Estate next to the River Ayr, UWS's £81 million Ayr Campus creates a truly innovative learning environment for students.
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Our London Campus offers modern and dynamic, flexible work and learning spaces with panoramic views of London Docklands.
UWS's award-winning £110m campus in Lanarkshire opened in September 2018 and is located on the outskirts of Hamilton, in Hamilton International Technology Park.
Dumfries is UWS's smallest campus, but it is a unique multi-institution facility located within the beautiful Crichton estate.
Located in the centre of Paisley – Scotland's largest town – the campus is just 10 minutes by train from Glasgow.
Each UWS campus has a choice of accommodation on offer from University-managed flats to private rentals.
Studying at UWS is an exciting, enriching and rewarding experience, offering a wealth of opportunities.
UWS’ strategic direction is to maintain research and innovation which addresses major global challenges
Our vision is to be among the global leaders of excellent, relevant and purposeful research aligned with the UN SDG's
Our research centres, institutes, groups, are advancing research and knowledge exchange
Postgraduate Research Degrees at UWS enable you to study independently, up to doctorate level.
Find all the knowledge you need. Our internationally-renowned academics can share expertise in a wealth of topics.
Make use of our wealth of laboratories and equipment together with technical support and academic expertise on hand.
Take advantage of the professional development courses and events at UWS – or ask us to design bespoke training.
Help your business to innovate and grow through the use of a UWS Knowledge Transfer Partnership.
Our Student Services teams organise a range of events for new and returning and you can see what is already planned here. Keep an eye on this calendar as new events will be added on a regular basis.
Find out more about the many ways UWS can support you while you are studying.
Information for students on what to expect at UWS.
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Links to student policies and regulations.
Information about induction and enrolment for new and continuing students.
The Term Dates provides a list of important dates for each academic year. This includes the start and end date of each trimester, examination periods, trimester breaks and public holidays.
Information about assessment, exam results, grade point average and academic appeals.
Find out about the support available to help our students with their studies.
Links to information about the student record.
Information about making complaints and the UWS complaint procedures for students, staff and members of the public.
Information about the student surveys in which UWS participates and links to the results.
There are many ways we can help you get the most out of your student experience. If you feel things aren’t going well, either with your course or within your personal life, talk to us for advice.
UWS Graduate Attributes provide a framework to focus discussions and reflect on your personal development, to help make the most of your time at UWS.
We've created a dedicated section for our current students where you will find all the information you need to help you in your studies and to succeed in your time at UWS.
In repsect of fairness and transparency, as well as our responsibility towards students and staff, all applicants and enrolled students, should disclose relevant, unspent criminal convictions.