The University of West London (formerly Thames Valley University) is a public university located in London. Its campuses are in Ealing and Brentford in west London.
The University is a centre for FE, undergraduate and postgraduate students from mainland Europe and the rest of the world. Currently, students from 117 different countries are enrolled at the university.
The Ealing campus is located alongside historic Ealing Green. Ealing is 20 - 30 minutes on the London Underground from Central London.
Slough campus is just 25 minutes from London Heathrow and is located across the road from the main railway station which is on the main London Paddington to Reading route (Thames Trains Service).
The Reading campus is located in Reading in the heart of the UK's Silicon Valley.
Over 3000 overseas students
Number one in the UK for graduate recruitment six months of graduating. (Higher Education Statistics Agency)
For postgraduate entry, international students normally need to meet our English language requirement at IELTS 6.5 overall and no less than IELTS 5.5 in each element. This does vary for different courses, please check by e-mailing us firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have studied a degree in a predominantly English speaking country, you may be exempt and not require an English language qualification. Pre-masters qualifications studied within the UK may also be accepted.
There are many reasons for choosing to study English with us. You may just want to improve your English language skills, or perhaps you have not met our English language requirement to study a degree course with us.
We offer a range of courses to suit your needs and current English level.
Pre-sessional course - a free three week course for students who have been accepted on a degree course with us. This course helps you prepare for study at the University, and for life in the UK.
International Foundation Diploma - a course leading to a bachelors degree course for students who marginally don't meet the English language requirement for undergraduate study.
Pre-masters course - a course leading to a masters degree course for students who marginally don't meet our academic and language requirements for postgraduate study.
English language academic courses - improve your English language skills with one of these courses.