The University of East London has three main campuses; Docklands Campus, Stratford Campus and University Square. All campuses are located in the London Borough of Newham. The University has roots dating back to 1892, and gained full university status in 1992.
The University offers a range of undergraduate courses that are organised into 6 academic schools. These schools are:
- Architecture, Computing and Engineering
- Arts and Digital Industries
- Business and Law
- Cass School of Education and Communities
- Health, Sport and Bioscience
- Social Sciences
In 2012 the new sports centre at the Docklands Campus opened, offering students access to state-of-the-art facilities. These include a fitness suite, a gym, sports arenas, badminton courts, basketball courts, five-a-side football pitches, and even a sports cafe. Many other facilities can also be found on campus including a library and food outlets at each campus.
Unlike most universities in London, UEL offers on campus accommodation for first year students in their waterfront Student Village. There are three types of rooms in the student village which are all priced accordingly. All rooms benefit from ensuite facilities and you can even apply to have a studio flat. The prices start at £132.15 per week and can be priced up to £164.19 per week.