University of East London
Types of degrees

A bachelor’s degree is the umbrella term for an undergraduate degree. At the University of East London, you have a wide choice of what and how to study.

Honours degrees

BA (Hons) – Bachelor of Arts (Honours). This degree is awarded in arts and humanities subjects such as history, sociology and fashion design.

BSc (Hons) – Bachelor of Science (Honours). This degree is awarded for science or technology based subjects such as psychology, architecture and physiotherapy.

LLB (Hons) – Bachelor of Law (Honours). This degree is award for law-based subjects.

BEng (Hons) – Bachelor of Engineering (Honours). This degree is awarded for subjects in the field of engineering.

MEng (Hons)/MSoc (Hons) – In a limited number of subjects, UEL offers four-year integrated master’s degrees. It means you can study right through to master’s level without having to apply for additional master’s degree funding after three years.

BA/BSc with QTS – Bachelor of Arts/Science (Honours) with Qualified Teacher Status. This degree qualifies you to teach in a maintained school or non-maintained special school in England.

Foundation degree

A foundation degree is a higher education qualification that combines academic and work-based learning.

Why University of East London?

University of East London is a careers-first university driven by a commitment to ensure our creative graduates are first choice for employers.

Our courses are underpinned by research and industry partnerships ensuring that what you learn during your studies is directly reflected in the working environment. Our academics are world leaders in their field. You could be taught by a Turner Prize-winning sculptor, an Olympic gold medallist, a former business leader or a terrorism advisor to national governments.

We will support you throughout your educational journey from application to graduation and beyond. Our focus is on your personal and professional development and we have different teams that know exactly how to help with specific issues including academic, financial, and personal.