UWS offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses starting in January 2020 that are open to UK, EU and International students (non-EU).
Alternatively, if you have a comment or a question you would like to ask, you can also use our enquiry form.
Applications for these courses can be made online through our online application system.
For Erasmus students, see the specific application links below.
Before you begin your application, it is important to read our step-by-step guides.
Visit the Undergraduate Admissions & Application page to find everything you need to know about applying for an undergraduate degree at UWS, including step-by-step guides, entry requirements and English language requirements.
For Postgraduate application, you can find out more with our step-by-step guide to applying for a postgraduate degree at UWS.
If you are an Erasmus exchange student and are looking to join one of our UG/Bachelor courses for one trimester starting January 2020, please apply through the following links:
Apply to UWS Directly via our online application system and complete the following steps:
Our courses in Business have been designed with input from business leaders to ensure you have the right skills and knowledge to meet the demands of commerce and industry in the 21st century. Note: If you are looking for other management study options, our School of Computing, Engineering & Physical Sciences offers MScs in project, quality and waste management.
Our courses are developed in line with industry needs, offer the chance for practical experience, and are accredited by professional bodies – giving you a platform to launch your career in this fast-changing industry.
With state-of-the-art facilities, industry input, practical experience and professional recognition – creative industries courses at UWS are geared towards meeting the demands of the sector to give you the skills to succeed.
Our education range of Masters courses have been developed to support the ongoing career development (CPD/CPL) to meet the current and emerging needs of education professionals and to reflect the importance of professional learning, update and practice. For the January 2019 start, we have a number of online masters-level courses available.
We also have a number of undergraduate-level courses in Childhood Practice available for professionals in early years education seeking to become registered Lead Practitioners with the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC).
For international students planning to commence their university studies in 2020 the School of Education & Social Sciences offers a English Language for University Studies course.
English for University Study is an intensive course designed for students who need to improve their English over an extended period of time before enrolling on a degree programme at UWS and is available as either a 41-week or 27-week delivery (depending upon your starting IELTS score).
With over 100 years of experience in educating graduate engineers, we offer vocationally-relevant, professionally recognised courses. You’ll put your skills to the test in our industry-standard facilities and have the opportunity to undertake a contemporary educational experience with the option for placement at home or abroad.
UWS is the largest provider of nursing and midwifery education in Scotland and also offers a range of health options at UWS London Campus. Our graduates and staff are making an immense contribution to improving the health of the nation and are also making their mark across the world to improve health and wellbeing internationally.
UWS science courses have been developed in collaboration with industrial and educational partners – this input, along with our extensive research and consultancy expertise, helps positively shape your learning experience, putting you in an enviable position when entering the job market.
Our social science courses represent a wide range of the key social science areas. Our research-led social science teaching blends high-quality discipline knowledge with applied professional expertise.
If you are looking to start your studies after January, we offer intakes at our West of Scotland campuses in September. Details of start dates can be found on all course pages. Please use the search below to view a list of our courses.
Find your course of interest from our career-focused undergraduate, postgraduate (taught) and post-experience options.