Study at the University of East London
Founded in 1898, the University of East London runs seven schools including Architecture, Computing and Engineering, Arts and Digital Industries, Cass School of Education and Communities, Health, Sport and Bioscience, Psychology, Social Sciences, Royal Docks School of Business and Law and a Graduate School. The university prides its Psychology, Education and Communities, and Business and Law schools.
The university’s roots can be traced back to 1892 when the West Ham Technical Institute was established. It gained university status in 1992.
- Established: 1892
- Students: 13,395 (2018/19)
- Intl. Student Ratio: 30%
- Location: London, England
- Campus: three (Docklands, Stratford, USS Stratford)
- TEF Ranking: Bronze
- THE Ranking: 81st in the UK (801-1000 in the world)
The University of East London (UEL) covers a broad range of subjects at foundation, Undergraduate and Postgraduate level. Find out more about what they offer and why it’s great to study at East London University.
- Social Sciences
- Business & Economics
- Life Sciences
- Engineering & Technology
- Arts & Humanities
- Clinical, Pre-clinical & Health
- Computer Science
- Physical Sciences
University Ranking (Worldwide)
According to Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2021, The University of East London ranks between 801 and 1000 in the world.
UEL is located in the East London boroughs of Stratford and Docklands. The largest campus is in Docklands. The Stratford Campus hosting the Cass School of Education and Communities, the School of Health Sport and Bioscience, and the School of Psychology, is centered around the 19th century listed building. The University Square Stratford campus is jointly owned with Birkbeck and is dedicated to adult students. The institution offers a number of different clubs and societies run by students, their focus ranging from arts to biking, and from causes such as International Development and LGBT rights to identity – whether national, cultural, political, or religious. Clubs and societies are one of the best ways to get to know people with similar interests and make friends.
The University of East London is one of the few universities in London offering on-campus accommodation. But you can also live off-campus, especially if you already have a family or want to share a flat with your partner.
- Dockland Campus University Way, London E16 2RD
- Stratford Campus Water Lane, London E15 4LZ
- USS Stratford Campus 1 Salway Road, London E15 1NF