The University of West London (UWL) is the career university in west London which provides excellent transport links, industry-standard facilities, extraordinary industry links and excellent employment openings. UWL consolidates everything London brings to a genuine friendly community environment where everybody is valued, acknowledged and supported to arrive at his/her true potential. A continuous programme of significant investment in facilities has changed the college campus giving great new social and learning spaces furnished with the recent technology. In the most recent year, the university has opened the West London Food Innovation Laboratory and the Westmont Enterprise Hub for enterprising students and entrepreneurs in the nearby places.
The undergraduate and postgraduate open days are an opportunity for the students to discover more about our full-time and part-time courses, college life and how the university can assist them in getting the profession they want. They can speak to students and staff about what studying at the university includes, explore the facilities and find the scope of courses and study options offered.
The well-being team offers confidential support to all the students who are physically disabled, have mental issues or have a learning disability. The college empowers any student or prospective student with a disability or long-term ailment to contact the administration at the earliest to guarantee suitable help.
When the students join the university, they get admission to comprehensive careers information, advice and guidance from the careers service, from arranging out a career plan or CV-composing to mock interviews. The employment service encourages an enormous scope of part-time chances to students. The students are consequently enlisted with the service on enrolment to look for paid occupations both on campus and outside, and get twice weekly updates for part-time openings available. Whether on campus or learning remotely, students can get a wide range of support extending through student services, accommodation and immigration advice, health and well-being services, financing, coaching and disability and mental health support.
The academic workshops, organising peer mentoring and general support are arranged by the student engagement team which help keep students on track. The facilities incorporate a social space in campus grounds, performance space with a seating limit of more than 220, Blast Radio studio for the student radio station, new catering facilities, a library and a mock courtroom.