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One of the great benefits of being a student at the University of West London is that you automatically become a member of the Students’ Union. The UWL Students’ Union (UWLSU) is there for you throughout your studies and can help ensure you get the most out of your time there.
Representing you and your views throughout your academic experience is one of UWLSU’s main roles. As a democratically-led organisation, three students are elected each year by the student body to represent the views of students at a senior leadership level.
UWLSU offers great opportunities through its course rep scheme, student delegate roles and student positions throughout the organisation. These roles provide invaluable skills that can further enhance your academic qualifications and your time at university.
Another way in which UWLSU supports students is through a free, impartial and confidential advice service. Professional staff members provide students with advice, information and advocacy on a range of issues they may be facing, with a focus on academic issues.
At UWL you will have access to over 10 different sports teams that train at the prestigious Ealing Trailfinders sporting grounds. There are also great on-campus training facilities at UWLSU’s very own gym.
The diverse range of societies (student-led groups) on offer is the best place to meet like-minded students and build a community. These common interest groups can be your gateway to making some new friends, career networking, extracurricular activities and opportunities to gain new skills and experiences.
West London is full of independent coffee shops, boutiques and is in easy access to Central London, which has everything from underground cinemas to tube stations turned bars. Iconic landmarks, world famous museums, art galleries and theatre productions are also on your doorstep.
Regular transport links make it easy to visit other parts of the UK, including Brighton, Manchester, Reading and York, which are all less than three hours away by train. Reading is known best for its music festival, huge shopping centre and historic buildings. There are also plenty of restaurants, bars and clubs in the town centre.
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