UG to PG
YOUR FUTURE STARTS HERE
What will you do when you graduate? You'll have a lot of options to consider when you finish your degree, but it doesn't have to end there. Study a postgraduate course at UEL and enjoy all the benefits of staying in education.
Specialise in your field and pursue your passion
If you enjoyed your undergraduate course and are passionate about the subject you study, why not get to know it better and deepen your knowledge?
If you would like to speak to our team about your options, contact our Applicant Enquiries team at +44 (0)20
Earn an extra £5.5K with a Master's degree
Postgraduates typically earn £200,000 more over their working life, averaging an extra £5,500 each year (Sutton Trust). An additional degree gives you a real advantage in the job market and helps you get the roles that might otherwise be out of reach.
Receive up to 25% alumni discount
If you go on to study a postgraduate course at UEL directly after completing your first degree here, you'll receive a 15% discount on fees, with a 20% discount available for achieving a 2:1, and a 25% discount available for achieving a 1st. To make education even more accessible, you can also take out postgraduate loans of up to £10,000 and apply for one of UEL's Postgraduate Scholarships, offering a further 50% discount on tuition fees.
Remain a part of UEL
You've already spent a few years here, getting to know your tutors, your friends and your home from home. Take a postgraduate course and you'll stay a part of the UEL community, while meeting new people and new challenges along the way.
CHOOSE FROM A WIDE RANGE OF SUBJECTS
We offer postgraduate courses in everything from art to accounting. Staying at UEL gives you the chance to become an expert in your subject, specialise in a specific field, or convert to a completely new discipline.
Browse our schools and subject areas
School of Arts and Creative Industries (ACI)
The School of Arts and Creative Industries is a forward-thinking hub of creativity in the thriving artistic, cultural hotbed of East London.Find out about the School of Arts and Creative Industries
School of Education and Communities
The School of Education and Communities focuses on education, early childhood, special needs, social work, teacher education and training programmes.Find out about the School of Education and Communities
School of Health, Sport and Bioscience
The School of Health, Sport and Bioscience provides hands-on, experience-led teaching in biological and chemical sciences, healthcare and sports.Find out about the School of Health, Sport and Bioscience
School of Architecture, Computing and Engineering
The School of Architecture, Computing and Engineering is well connected throughout the capital and beyond.Find out about the School of Architecture, Computing and Engineering
School of Psychology
The School of Psychology at the University of East London has built a strong reputation for psychology education, professional training and research.Find out about the School of Psychology
Royal Docks School of Business and Law
The Royal Docks School of Business and Law is a contemporary and vibrant community providing a transformational educational experience for students.Find out about the Royal Docks School of Business and Law
Funding your Master's degree
There are several ways you can get support funding your postgraduate degree, including loans and scholarships.
For example, University of East London undergraduate alumni can apply for scholarships to get up to 50% off fees.
We've put together a video to show you how to write a good scholarship application.
TRAIN TO TEACH
Embark on a career in teaching and inspire future generations
Teacher training is a popular choice for many graduates. Studying for a PGCE leaves you fully qualified to enter the teaching profession, allowing you to use your undergraduate degree - whatever you've studied - to begin a rewarding and exciting career as a teacher.
UEL offers a wide variety of PGCE courses in both primary and secondary education with specialist courses that are matched to your first degree, so you can learn to teach the subject you love.