UWS Careers Team will help to achieve your career goals by providing professional careers education, information, advice and guidance. You can use the resources and services of the UWS Careers Team from first year through to 2 years after graduation.
Here are just a few of the topics you can get support with:
The Greenhouse is a brand new business incubation space in the Import Building, powered by UWS, Trilogy and The Trampery, created to offer support for students who wish to set up their own business.
UWS London offers support to undergraduates, postgraduates and recent graduates to help them transform their business ideas into a commercial reality.
What to expect from the business incubation space:
UWS works in partnership with Student Circus, to offer placement services to students during and after their studies. Student circus is a niche job search platform that enables International Students secure relevant jobs in the UK.
UWS London nurture and produce the very best of international talent which can greatly benefit the UK economy and its employers with its global outlook.
Student Circus can assist international students with:
Creating an ecosystem & a culture of fair chance to compete on basis of skills and not colour of passports.
Helping students make informed decisions regarding their immigration rights, guide/help students.
Make international students a compelling force in the recruitment space.
The Student Union works to represent students’ voice so that it can help the University make decisions which improve student’s experience. We also offer a number of services to assist students during their time at UWS:
We do provide events and entertainment – even at a distance. Check out our webpage for what’s on during Freshers! You can check out more information about these services at our website.
TEG Club is an exclusive UWS London student club, free for all UWS London Students. Joining TEG Club gives students access to a variety of fun and engaging experiences to enhance their UWS London journey. TEG Club is covered across 5 categories:
TEG club hosts vibrant gatherings and parties, providing students with opportunities to socialise and build connections in an inclusive environment.
We help you explore and discover everything London has to offer. From sight seeing trips, to exhibitions and festivals, we help you foster appreciation and understanding of the place you now call home.
Attend workshops, lectures, and seminars that cater to diverse interests, empowering students with knowledge and skills beyond the classroom setting, organised by TEG club.
TEG club promotes the overall wellbeing of students through workshops, seminars, and activities that focus on physical, mental, and emotional health, fostering a supportive and balanced student community, that helps students strive to their best potential.
Take part in one of our many sports teams, where students can embrace an active lifestyle while fostering a sense of teamwork and friendly competition.
To see more of what TEG Club can do for you, check us out on our socials.
Demola is a global community of university students, organisations, and foresight experts, all driven by the desire to create impact with meaningful topics.
TEG Club is collaborating with Demola to offer UWS London Campus students the opportunity to take on challenging project studies that will shape them to be a future designer. By taking part in projects, students will be able to provide effective solutions to topic, challenge their methodology, and gain valuable connections.
Each project is 8 weeks long, and will require a combination of in-person at UWS London Campus and online attendance. By participating in Demola projects, students will gain benefits such as:
Apply by 17th September for project commencing on 4th October.
During the Welcome and Induction Week, all students will be allocated a Personal Tutor. This is usually a lecturer from your course who can offer you support and guidance
with your studies. Your Personal Tutor will set up a meeting in the early part of your first term, and thereafter you should meet at least once per term and maintain regular communication.
It is important that you fully engage with your Personal Tutor, even when things are going well, as they can help you to make good decisions and to get the most out of your time at UWS. They can also assist if you have a problem with any aspect of your studies. If you do have any issues, you should contact your Personal Tutor as soon as possible rather than wait until your next scheduled meeting.
The Hub helps with any questions during your student journey at UWS. You can access The Hub from any of our Campuses, from home and also through an online portal. Our friendly Hub team can assist you with enrolment, student cards, password resets, council tax enquiries and payments for tuition and accommodation fees. You can also access information and appointment booking for the support services available to you, including:
Our team of Academic Skills Advisers provide advice, guidance and resources to help develop and enhance individual academic and practical skills for success at university and beyond. This support covers a range of topics, including:
Coming to the UK as an international student is an exciting experience. However, we understand that there are also many new challenges and our International Student Advisers are here to help you with many aspects of living and studying away from home. Here are some ways we can help you:
We are here to help and to make your journey to UWS London as smooth as possible. Please use the relevant button below to enquiry about a course you would like to apply, to clarify any doubt you may have about us and our admission’s process, to send us a complaint or suggestion. After you submit your enquiry, one of our advisers will get back to you as soon as possible.
Information to explain how you can apply and make your UWS application as smooth as possible for all our courses.