UWS influences the economic, social and cultural development of the west of Scotland and beyond by providing career-relevant, high quality, inclusive higher education alongside innovative, internationally recognised research.
Following rapid and significant growth in the student population on our London Campus we are seeking new premises to allow us to continue to expand and deliver an outstanding student experience in London.
As we begin this process, we will have one final intake in the current campus for academic year 2019/20 in November 2019; applications for this intake are now CLOSED.
We are planning our next intake in London, in September 2020, to coincide with our new campus opening.
In the meantime, if you are keen to study with UWS, we would be delighted to discuss study options in Scotland.
Important information for potential UWS students from the EU regarding guranteed tuition fee funding, immigration status and Erasmus+ exchange funding as the deadline for the UK to leave the EU looms.
The Scottish Government has confirmed that EU students, studying full time for their first degree and enrolling in the 2018/19, 2019/20 and 2010/21 academic sessions, will be eligible to have their tuition fees paid by the Student Awards Agency Scotland (SAAS) for their full period of study.Find out more
University of the West of Scotland is one of the UK's most innovative modern universities, and was recognised by Times Higher Education as being in the top 600 universities in their World University Rankings 2019.
UWS continually reviews, redevelops and expands its course portfolios to ensure that your learning is fully up-to-date and will prepare you for the world of work. Our potential new course developments are undergoing university validation and approval procedures but you can use the link below to find out more about these propsals which we hope to launch soon.Find out more
Thinking about finance and funding will be high on your agenda while at UWS, whether it’s making arrangements to pay for university accommodation or tuition fees, or looking for advice and guidance.
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Going to university is about much more than getting a qualification, it’s also the chance to enjoy an exciting social life, gain some independence and make the most of the new opportunities available.Discover
We know that as a parent or guardian, you are likely to play an important part in your child's decision to go to university, as well a key supporting role during their studies. With this in mind, we’ve tried to provide you with information that will help you support your child in making one of the biggest decisions of their life.Find out more