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If you already have your exam results – for example if you’ve taken a gap year and don’t already have a place lined up – you can contact the uni straight away.
Popular courses can fill up very quickly, so contact West London as soon as you can once you have your results.
When calling, be prepared with your exam results, UCAS ID number (if you have one), and a list of courses you're interested in.
The University of West London provides industry-standard facilities, great industry links and excellent employment opportunities. Based in one of the UK's most successful business regions, UWL combines everything London has to offer with a real community atmosphere where everyone is valued, accepted and supported. Studying at UWL is about working in partnership with employers so that you can build the skills, expertise and experience needed to make it in your career.
Excellent teaching in a personal setting, supported by a caring and vibrant student and staff community, is what the University of West London does best. From September the uni will be delivering all classes in person, on campus, with online catch-up and support available through UWL Flex (West London’s flexible learning product), subject to government guidance.