University of East London

Address : University Way, London E16 2RD, United Kingdom , UK

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University of East London (UEL) is a public university located in the London Borough of Newham, London, England, based at three campuses in Stratford and Docklands, following the opening of University Square Stratford in September 2013.
The University of East London began as the West Ham Technical Institute and it was officially opened in October 1898 after approval was given for the construction of the site by the West Ham Technical Instruction Act Committee in 1892 following the Technical Instruction Act of 1889. It gained university status in 1992.

UEL has three campuses, at Stratford and Docklands, the newest of which, University Square Stratford, opened in September 2013. The Barking campus was closed in 2006.
Stratford Campus: The Stratford Campus is close to the 2012 Olympic Park. It is centred around University House, a 19th-century listed building . The campus is home to the School of Education and Communities, the School of Health Sport and Bioscience and the School of Psychology. The Centre for Clinical Education was opened in January 2008. Operating in partnership with the National Health Service, the centre is London's only provider of podiatric education.
Docklands Campus: The Docklands Campus, opened in 1999, is the largest of the three campuses, It is in the redeveloped Docklands area of east London, at the Royal Albert Dock, closed to commercial shipping since the 1980s and now largely used as a water sports centre and rowing course.
London City Airport is across the dock from the campus. The Cyprus station of the Docklands Light Railway is adjacent to the campus, and offers links to Canary Wharf and central London.
University Square Stratford : A third campus, University Square Stratford opened for the 2013–14 academic year. Co-owned with Birkbeck, University of London it is situated in Stratford and delivers part-time and full-  time study for adults. The project was the first time two higher education institutions created a new shared building. The building provides shared teaching spaces for both higher education institutions and their partners. It is home to the Royal Docks School of Business Law, as well as UEL's Institute of Performing Arts. Facilities include performance studios, editing suites, a mooting room and lecture theatres.
MBA Master of Business Administration with Placement Year :
  •  MBA is a dynamic, contemporary, and practical course designed to produce the business leaders of the future
  •  This variant of the course is a two-year masters with a work placement year. The embedded placement offers students a unique opportunity to apply their skills on real-life projects and make connections with exciting businesses across London
  •  Students will learn from active researchers with high-level business experience in our specialist MBA suite at University Square Stratford
  •  Students will be taught through lectures, seminars, and workshops, working as part of a team to apply theory to practical matters; from producing business reports, plans, and presentations to solving business problems.
MSc Computer Science :
  • The MSc in Computer Science will equip students with the key skills and knowledge in order for them to impact the future of technological advances in computer-based systems
  • This course helps you to further develop students' knowledge and skills within the cutting-edge areas of Computer Science
  • The course has been designed to provide students with a blend of advanced theoretical knowledge and practical skills related to emerging technologies deployed in industry and research
BSc (Hons) Computer Science :
  • Computer science incorporates a number of specialist areas underpinning the digital technologies we use every day
  • The course is taught by leading researchers who are pushing the boundaries of what is possible in this rapidly changing field to ensure you're up to date with the latest developments
  • Students will learn the main areas of the discipline, including software engineering, Artificial Intelligence, information security and data analytics, as well as computer systems, databases and networks
  • Throughout the course, students will be encouraged to apply their skills to a range of practical problems
  • In the first year, students will gain a solid grounding in computer science fundamentals, including information systems modelling and design, software development, networks, web technologies and mathematics tailored to computing.
BSc (Hons) Data Science and Artificial Intelligence :
  • This programme combines two key areas of computing, namely data science and artificial intelligence, in a synergistic manner
  • Data Science and Artificial Intelligence are two complementary areas of Intelligent Systems, with Data science focusing on statistical techniques and Artificial Intelligence on algorithmic techniques. Both areas are in high demand in the tech industry and for Industry 4.0
  • Students will also learn about the management, economic, legal, social, professional and ethical issues relating to information processing systems
BA (Hons) Product Design :
  • This exciting BA (Hons) Product Design program at UEL provides an educational and creative framework that enable students to become professional product designers
  • The curriculum will provide students with the right transferable skills required to be problem-solvers and creative product design, thinkers
  • Students will be able to observe other design projects, share ideas, and participate in interdisciplinary projects and competitions, such as the IMechE Formula Student challenge to design and build a single-seat racing car
MA Early Childhood Leadership and Practice :
  • Early childhood continues to be a rapidly changing field in the local and global context. Enhanced qualifications in this subject will support career progression and employability whether students work in early childhood settings in the private, voluntary, or public sectors in the United Kingdom or internationally
  • Students will develop analytical and evaluative skills in order to develop critical perspectives about early childhood leadership and practice
  • Modules on this course will develop students knowledge of early childhood practice in a range of contexts and their research skills
BA (Hons) Hospitality Management :
  • BA Hospitality Management degree will provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to thrive in a growth industry that employs approximately 1.9 million people in the UK alone
  • The course covers a wide range of topics that are essential for a career in hospitality management, as well as broader themes in business management that will root students' understanding of hospitality in the wider business environment
  • The first year is focused on building students' key skills in hospitality management while cementing the basics of good business, such as people management and marketing.
BA (Hons) Media And Communication :
  • This course looks at the media's increasing reach and influence, providing the student with the knowledge and skills to make sense of this dramatically and swiftly changing sector
  • This course is extremely broad and is adaptable to suit the path the student wishes to take, whether it's a media production, cultural studies, gender, race, journalism, advertising, or a mixture of all of them
  • Students will engage with media production work across all levels of the degree, producing content in various forms, from computer-based photography to music and sound.
  • The modules also offer specialist areas of study in TV, radio, film, music, publishing, marketing communications, and social and digital media  BSc (Hons) Architectural Design Technology
  • Architectural Design Technology is an interdisciplinary course that blends architecture with building engineering, building technology, and construction management
  • There is a strong focus on technical studies as well as computer software for Computer-Aided Drawing (AutoCAD, Revit, BIM, Adobe Illustrator, Rhino), and building design and energy performance simulations (Integrated Environmental Solutions (IES), and Design-Builder)
  • The course has a strong grounding in design projects and is particularly recognizable by its 'hands-on' approach to architectural design
  • Students will benefit from the contribution of architects and professionals from world-renown practices such as Foster and Partners, Zaha Hadid Architects, Make Architects, SOM, Rogers Stirk Harbour, ARUP, and Atkins
MSc Engineering Management :
  • MSc Engineering Management is designed specifically to allow students to update, extend and deepen their knowledge in engineering and management, to enhance their career opportunities in the industry
  • The MSc course is designed to meet the increasing demand for general  engineering professionals with advanced technical skills in engineering management
  • The course addresses the challenges faced by engineering graduates who move into general management or senior specialist roles
  • The course focuses on the strategies that are used to produce, process and/ or service engineering-based or innovative projects and practices
  • The course is designed to be a broad and challenging taught postgraduate course, which would be ideal if students seek a postgraduate qualification to enhance their knowledge, skills, and employability
LLB (Hons) Law :
  • The course will equip students with a broad understanding of key legal principles and institutions within the political, social, economic, and cultural context in which the law operates
  • Students will learn how the law is made and administered and explore the inter-relationships between the law, individuals, and society
  • Students will learn through lectures, seminars, tutorials, workshops, and individual supervision, supported by digital materials, notes, and handbooks
  • This course meets all the requirements of the Solicitors Regulation Authority and the Bar Standards Board.
MSc Pharmaceutical Science :
  • This course will give students a detailed understanding of the practical and theoretical aspects of pharmaceutical science and help develop the skills needed for individual and collaborative research in areas such as drug development
  • Pharmaceutical Science is at the interface of biochemistry, physiology, pharmacology, toxicology, analytical and medicinal chemistry, all of which will be studied in the degree course
  • Students will complete four taught modules, and an independent research project. It will offer them the chance to study a core MSc alongside a specialisation within different areas of pharmaceutical sciences
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