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Stratford Campus
Main Campus
Rating Star Icon3.2/5(5 Reviews)
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campus Map IconUniversity of East London University Way London, E16 2RD United Kingdom
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3.2/5
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Vibe of Campus
  • Academically oriented
  • Easy going
  • Multi-dimensional
  • Fun loving
Student Views
  • 17% students never faced discrimination in this university
Internships2.8
Part time work3.2
Post study jobs3
Quality of faculty3.4
Student Life3
Value for money3.2
Public transportation4
Safety3.4
Indian Food3.6
Permanent Immigration2.8
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MSc Construction Engineering Management - Batch of 2023
2.9
Cheerful and intellectual experience
Tips: Scholarships are only offered to students who have been consistent in their academics and have a GPA of 3 and above. Also speaking good English and being an active participant will get you a lot of opportunities and you will be able to connect with people across the city and campus.
Likes (Public transportation): The campus is very well connected and many options are available to commute like buses, rental cycles, trams, etc. Some students even get bus passes issues through the local depot. You can even get assistance from the University office. The tickets are also very cheap and helpful to international students who do not have their own conveyance.
Dislikes (Value for money): It gets very difficult for international students to settle down here due to very high living costs and rents. Also, food options are not adequate and it would be advised to cook your own food and buy your own groceries. Part-time jobs are also very less here and if you are able to secure then pay would not be that high.
Reviewed on 19 Jul 2023Read More
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Sorathiya Amit Verified Icon
MBA - Batch of 2022
3.3
Easy-going, fun and lovable learning experience!
Tips: Life can initially be very challenging as setting down in a new country and environment can be stressful. Also, accommodation can be another challenge so be well prepared or book your accommodation in advance before moving in. Was offered 2K pounds of scholarship as an early bird. Was very satisfied with the course and curriculum.
Likes (Indian Food): Many Indian food outlets are available near our campus from northern India which is good in taste but cannot be compared to Indian standards. The food usually here is a bit on the expensive side so would not suggest eating out regularly if you are on a strict budget.
Dislikes (Student Life): Campus has very good infrastructure and facilities like library, dorms, food outlets. Vending machines are also available. Campus culture here is very different as compared to India. Student unions and societies organize many events on a daily basis which you can participate in. One can also become a member and contribute to the clubs.
Reviewed on 17 Jul 2023Read More
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Ridhi Singla Verified Icon
BSc (Hons) Business Management - Batch of 2025
2.7
Not supportive and discriminating
Tips: Choose this university only if you are doing Masters in cloud computing or sports degree. Also you should have enough funds for survival as there is a rare chance of having a part time job. You should have substantial work experience and skills so that you can secure a good job in UK, don't depend on the university, they won't help.
Likes (Public transportation): The transportation is good but I have deducted one point because of the frequent disclosure. All three campuses of the University are well connected with the city's public transport, there are two railway stations connected with the main campus and also University provides bus service across all three campuses.
Dislikes (Part time work): Honesty, talking about on campus jobs, I found it a very big scam. As what University administration advertises and the reality of the jobs. They follow discriminating policies for Asian students while making recruiting decisions, they try to suppress Asian applicants by misinforming or completely not informing them about the job opportunities. Still an Asian candidate manages to make an application they will reject it without any solid reason and prefer white and black even if they are lacking behind the Asian applicants.
Reviewed on 6 Jul 2023Read More
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Sameena Firdouse Verified Icon
MA in Education - Batch of 2023
3.9
Excellent University for overseas students and the best faculty.
Tips: University of East London is the best. Friendly environment and approachable faculty with an academically strong presentation by the faculty. In addition, the multicultural environment will really help an overseas student to gain in-depth knowledge about various activities related to the course you are in. However, the fee structure will make you think twice to get in enrolled. Above all, you will live in a different culture and environment here.
Likes (Quality of faculty): When it comes to teaching faculty, they are most helpful and approachable towards students. In addition, the methodologies used were excellent especially the group discussion and the challenging debate and talk to share views and ideas were mind-blowing where you will be overwhelmed.
Dislikes (Permanent Immigration): Well I'm interested but I want to move back to my home country and share the ideas and methodologies I have learned which would be helpful to the future generation. However, if I get the chance to be here of course I will serve the youngsters to help in their education and make the best citizens of the country.
Reviewed on 2 Jul 2023Read More
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MA in Education - Batch of 2023
3.4
Good for higher education.
Tips: Attendance and assignments are checked very seriously. The marking is very strictly done and we have more failures during the first term, so students need to work on their assignments very seriously. Teachers are good but it is time for students to understand the way to write assignments. If you want to enjoy college, you should apply for the programs that are run in the morning.
Likes (Safety): We have classes for MA in Education during the evening. So travelling at night back home was never a challenge instead you can beat all the traffic congestions. There are not many issues with transportation in UK as the connectivity is good in London. However, it could be a challenge if there are any traffic diversions or train terminations.
Dislikes (Internships): No internships are available for MA Education. If you are looking for a job during your initial days and trying to get into a school, lectures do give you the required reference letters to start your career, which I think is good support to start your career.
Reviewed on 24 Feb 2023Read More
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Docklands campus
Rating Star Icon3/5(6 Reviews)
Why choose this campus?

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  • The campus provides a modern, well-equipped learning environment
  • Docklands Campus Student Village is close to everything the local area has to offer
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campus Map IconDocklands campus University Way London E16 2RD
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3/5
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Vibe of Campus
  • Easy going
  • Multi-dimensional
  • Friendly
  • Fun loving
Student Views
  • 29% students never faced discrimination in this university
Internships1.3
Part time work2.7
Post study jobs2
Quality of faculty3.5
Student Life3.8
Value for money3.3
Public transportation4.5
Safety3.3
Indian Food4.2
Permanent Immigration1.8
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MBA Master of Business Administration with Placement Year - Batch of 2024
3
One should enjoy their time at the University of East London
Tips: Stay on campus to enjoy the full university experience. Avail of all scholarship opportunities before applying and do thorough research before choosing your course. Do a part-time job on campus as it helps a lot with future career prospects and will help secure a job in the future.
Reviewed on 21 Dec 2023Read More
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Pravin Verified Icon
MSc International Business Management - Batch of 2023
3
Good country to live in. Satisfied with the University.
Tips: After coming to this college students can easily take up a job here and get settled. There are many opportunities. I did not experience much transition after coming here as I have lived like this in India. England is a good country to live in and be more modern. In my university the professors are good and they are very helpful and so is the infrastructure but the fee is a little bit much as compared to the facilities but it is okay I am satisfied with it.
Reviewed on 19 Jul 2023Read More
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MSc International Business Management - Batch of 2024
2.7
Money is not well spent.
Tips: No matter how much the University provides academics students have to look for employability skills. Only those who are in the eyes of the staff will be able to take up roles. This will fall on the level of enthusiastic participation. Scholarship and laptop allowance are there for free. UK is best but UEL is not even in average in the performance. I got lot of opportunities but I am afraid not everyone would be getting not even 5%.
Likes (Student Life): There are many things that go to keep the students active in campus. Though sometimes everyone goes for various part times and are not able to participate but is worth. Every now and then you will get goodies and good enjoyment. The campus is very impressive.
Dislikes (Internships): Mostly the department is trying to enhance the options, but unfortunately, there is nothing to learn or the quality of the learning or encouragement is not fruitful. It is better to take any analytics course than IBM. Doesn't fill the late for opportunities or employability. Internships are not much to go for practical exposure. They say they have a lot of plans but are uncertain.
Reviewed on 15 Mar 2024Read More
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BSc (Hons) Computer Science - Batch of 2025
3.2
Easy going university. You need to improve your skills by doing practical projects
Tips: There is not much of a cultural change because you can find many people from your home country India here. I got 2500 pounds international scholarship for only the first semester and for the next 2 years, the chances of getting scholarships for Indians is nearly 0 per cent. I like the course and the modules offered at the university.
Likes (Public transportation): It is well connected to central London which is 20 minutes of train ride. The bus charges are low compared to London living standards and for buses, 24hr transportation is available in the city. The last train ride to the university is at around 11 pm in Central London.
Dislikes (Internships): We have careerzone in the University which helps students soft skills required for the jobs and guides students on how to prepare job-ready resumes. They will conduct the mock interviews as well. The internships through the university are available only to UK and EU students.
Reviewed on 18 Jul 2023Read More
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Sinil Chandran Verified Icon
MBA - Batch of 2023
3.6
Diversity and well connected campus
Tips: Go through in details about your course modules. Very important to understand which are the subjects you will be studying once you start the course. There is not much cultural shift as such in my Masters programme as 90% of the students in my class were from India. However, overall staying in London there is some cultural change that you will come across.
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University Square Stratford (USS) Campus
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  • USS is one of London's most modern and well-equipped campuses
  • The USS campus is home to Institute of Performing Arts
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Q:   What are the benefits of studying at the University of East London main campus?

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The University of London main campus – Docklands Campus is a waterfront campus, which is the largest among the university’s three campuses. It provides students with modern facilities such a well-equipped learning environment, lecture theatres, seminar halls, 24/7 operational libraries, multimedia production centre with studios and audio-visual labs. Other features include Student Union facilities with a lounge, shops on campus, learning spaces, community garden, eateries & cafes, and a late bar.

 

Q:   How many campuses does University of East London have?

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The University of East London operates on three campuses, namely the Docklands campus, Stratford campus and the recently established University Square Stratford (USS) Campus. All the University of East London campuses are known for their state-of-the-art facilities and providing students an experiential learning environment.

 

Q:   What is the University of East London cost of living for international students?

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University of East London cost of living for international students in inclusive of housing, meals, books, travel, personal expenses, and more.

Expenses

Average Cost (monthly)

Accommodation

15,180 (1,265 per month) GBP

Transportation

130 -180 GBP

Food & Groceries

160 - 200 GBP

 

Q:   Is studying in the University of East London expensive?

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University of East London offers more than 160 undergraduate programs and over 120 postgraduate programs for their international students. Annual tuition fee required to pursue a degree course at the University of East London is around 15L on an average, which can be considered affordable as a study abroad option. Students can refer to the table listed below for course specific fees requirements:

Courses1st Year Tuition Fees
MBA/PGDM (23 courses)
INR 14L - 18L
B.E. / B.Tech (37 courses)
INR 13L - 15L
MS (33 courses)
INR 14L - 16L
B.A. (34 courses)
INR 14L - 15L
M.A. (22 courses)
INR 15L - 16L
B.Sc. (21 courses)
INR 15L
 

Q:   How is the academic working environment at University of East London?

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University of East London is one of the most prestigious universities in UK and attracts bright minds from all around the globe. UEL delivers top-notch over 160 undergraduate programs and over 120 postgraduate programs through their six schools, namely; School of Architecture, Computing & Engineering, School of Arts & Creative Industries, School of Education & Communities, School of Health, Sport & Bioscience, School of Psychology, Royal Docks School of Business and Law. With courses ranging from Business & Accounting to Health & Social Care, University of East London programs provides an opportunity for students to gain knowledge and skills. University of East London also offers flexible study options, allowing students to choose the best way to learn. Whether students plan to pursue full-time course or part-time course, the University of East London has something for everyone. From short courses to undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications, UEL provides an opportunity to gain qualifications that can open up doors in the future.

 
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