University of East London

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If you are intererested I popular music performance, if you are singer, songwriter, guitarist, bassist or drummer, or integrate in music business overall I believe this is the right place to be. Great, well known and experienced teachers,any job opportunities provided by ICMP Hub almost every week, free rehearsal rooms and very cheap but great quality recording studio. I love it.

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Student physiotherapist, health and fitness professional, sports massage therapist. Aaron is a Leader of the Offical Physiotherapy Student Society and Leader of the Official University of East London Society. Personal statement helper for TSR covering BSc/MSc Physiotherapy, Sports Rehabilitation, Sports Science and Allied Health professions.

Teaching Excellence Framework Award (TEF)

TEF Bronze Award

Here at the University of East London, we have been awarded Bronze for delivering teaching, learning and outcomes for its students that meet rigorous national quality requirements for UK higher education. 

What do the TEF Awards mean for you?

Open Days

Attend one of our University Open Days to experience UEL for yourself and chat to current students and staff. 

These events are ideal for exploring our campuses, finding out about our courses, checking out our Student Union and sporting facilities, and gathering information about financing your studies. We'll also provide you with guidance in choosing the right course for the career you aspire to, giving you all the necessary tools to achieve your life goals.

To find out when the next Open Day is, take a look at the Open Day calendar here.

Student Life in London

London is England’s most iconic and cherished city. East London has undergone a regeneration positioned next to the skyscrapers of Canary Wharf, Stratford, and the incredible architecture of the Olympic Park. The landscape is dynamic and thriving, a perfect place to further your education and experience London through your studies and research. There are two campuses at UEL, one is located in Stratford and the other in Docklands.

Travel Information

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There is a free double-decker bus service that travels between the campuses that runs from morning till night and takes about 25 minutes. 5 minutes from the Stratford rail station and frequent bus services running from the station mean that transport to and from the university campuses is close and convenient.

Latest News

  • UEL Evening Lecture Series: The ankle sprain - from diagnosis to treatment: Mr Andy Roche Consultant Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Surgeon. MSc FRCS (Tr&Orth) will present the ankle sprain - from how to diagnose to the treatment options available.Mr Roche’s surgical practice encompasses all aspects diagnosis and treatment (operative and non-operative) of foot and ankle disorders. His particular specialty interests include the mechanisms of sports injuries and optimisation of rehabilitation in athletes. He also has an interest in correction and treatment of complex deformity around the foot and ankle - using internal fixation or external fixation techniques.
  • Compose Your Future: UCAS Fair: UEL will be exhibiting at this year’s Compose Your Future event. The School of Art and Digital Industries has stands at both Manchester and London. Compose your future is an exhibition of over 60 exhibitors with live performances by current students, interactive and knowledge building workshops and practical demonstrations. Come and find out what courses are available and what to expect on a performing arts degree

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Address: 
University of East London,
University Way,
London
E16 2RD,
United Kingdom

Telephone:
44 (0)20 8223 3000

UCAS enquiries:
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Application enquiries:
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International office:
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