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The University of West London (UWL) is The Career University; 96% of our graduates are in employment or education within six months of graduating.
A leading modern university in London, UWL provides a high quality experience connected to the world of work, underpinned by a guaranteed work placement. UWL offers students excellent work placements, and has links with major organisations such as Apple, Hewlett Packard, Hilton Hotels, Oracle and Microsoft.
The University of West London is investing £50 million to improve students’ learning and social experience as part of Future Campus, an environmentally sustainable redevelopment project. Students can look forward to using a brand new library, refectory, auditorium and social and learning spaces in the heart of the campus.
The University has eight academic schools which offer courses in a wide range of specialist areas. Course content is designed to balance academic knowledge and the practical skills valued by employers.
The University is in West London on sites in Ealing and Brentford, and some nursing and midwifery courses are based in Reading, at the Berkshire Institute for Health. Students benefit from excellent road, rail and tube links to Central London, and Heathrow airport is only 30 minutes away. West London is a popular, vibrant area with multinational companies close by.
The University has student accommodation based at its Brentford and Ealing campuses, both are one mile from the Ealing campus and a free shuttle bus service is provided for students to travel between these sites. The Student Village housing in Ealing can accommodate up to 440 students and the accommodation at Brentford can accommodate up to 839 students.
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The Music Technology Specialist course didn't make me a specialist in any way. I didn't learn anything more that I didn't already know from my previous course (music technology in college). I don't see any perspective for getting the job in my specialist field although the UWL advertises itself as "The Career University". The studios are great but availability is very limited.
Even though the university of west London is a rather small university, the facilities it offers are fantastic! the halls of residence are pretty good as you get an ensuite bathroom and a great view of London. The university also provides a free uni bus, which means that you are able to travel between the Brentford and Ealing campus for free! along with stops at a couple of tube stations which is rather handy. The uni bus also has free wifi onboard, which is helpful as it helps to save the amount on internet you use on your phone! The University of West London is also known as a 'career's university' thus meaning that they provide plenty of opportunities for students to gain jobs, during and after university as they hold graduate and job opportunity fairs. There are also many societies that the university offers, meaning that there is a society for everyone! As a current 2nd year about to go into my 3rd year I can fully well say that i've had a great time at West London University
I'm a current student of UWL and it's a really good university in my opinion. It's like a family rather than a building that people go to. But like family, you have to meet them first which is why during my first year, I felt isolated. But my second year was amazing because I met people from the SU, began working for the uni and socialized a lot more.