The University of West London is ranked the Number 1 modern university in London (The Guardian University Guide 2013) and has also received the Queen’s Anniversary Prize which was presented by the Queen for outstanding work and achievements in hospitality – it is the only university in the UK to receive this prestigious award for hospitality and tourism.
2012/13 Guardian University Guide rankings for UWL:
- Number 1 modern in London Hospitality and Tourism
- Number 1 modern university in London for Business and Management Studies
- Number 1 modern university in London for Law
- Number 1 modern university in London for Psychology
- Number 1 modern university in London for Nursing
- Number 2 modern university in London for Music
- Number 2 modern university in London for Computer Science and IT (including engineering)
The University of West London is also a leading modern university in art, design and media; popular courses include digital animation, fashion and textiles, film, graphic design, media, photography and music management.
The University is located in the popular, vibrant, and safe area of west London, with multinationals at their doorstep. UWL offers international students work placements and has links with major organisations such as Apple, Hewlett Packard, Hilton Hotels, Oracle and Microsoft. Its alumni include the Head Chef for the Queen, the Deputy Minister of Education in Malaysia, the former Minister of Health in Mauritius and the President of Global Operations for the Hilton Hotels Group.
The University of West London has one of the best employment rates in the UK with 95% of students in work within six months of graduating (As per Employment Performance Indicators released by the Higher Education Statistics Agency HESA 2014).
The University offers two intakes every January and September and offers100 International Ambassador Scholarships worth up to £5000 for international students.
UWL features modern, purpose-built accommodation on campus, which was opened by the Queen in 2006.
Some of the programmes that students from India have enrolled in at the Bachelors (Honours) and Masters levels include areas- Business, Hospitality, Computing, Engineering and Nursing. UWL’s law programmes are accredited by the Bar Council of India.
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