The UK College of Business and Computing is proud to announce its new academic partnership with The University of West London.

UKCBC has partnered with University of West London (UWL), one of England’s leading universities for graduate outcomes, to deliver more great results for its students. The University identifies itself as ‘The Career University’.

The University of West London is ranked as the top modern university* in London, 8th modern university* in the UK and ranked as the 50th university nationally by the Guardian University Guide 2019.

98% of our graduates are in employment or further study within six months of graduation**.

UWL Partner with UKCBC

A number of new courses, including the College’s first master’s degree, are now at UKCBC.

Six new bachelor’s degrees and one master’s degree, all awarded by UWL, will be delivered from the College from the September 2020 intake. UKCBC’s Director of Quality Assurance, Mr Naga Sai SK Dinavahi, said:

“We are delighted to officially announce our new partnership with the University of West London, a leader in graduate outcomes in England.

The affiliation marks another step in UKCBC’s drive towards improving graduate outcomes for its students. We’re also excited to be able to offer a level seven qualification from the College for the very first time; this will allow past and present students to further develop their knowledge in preparation for their careers.

This partnership marks another important step on our journey to degree-awarding accreditation and university status.”

UWL courses available from UKCBC from September 2020 are listed below.

•BA (Hons) Business Studies (Top-up)

•BA (Hons) Business Studies with Entrepreneurship with Foundation Year

•BA (Hons) Accounting and Finance with Foundation Year

•BSc (Hons) Finance and Management with Foundation Year 

•BSc (Hons) Marketing and Social Media with Foundation Year

•BSc (Hons) Human Resource Management with Foundation Year

•MA Human Resource Management

UKCBC proudly offers a wide range of flexible learning options where your study timetables are tailored around your work and personal commitments. You can join the new fulltime programmes by studying either two days a week/ weekend or evening classes.

For more information, contact enquiries@ukcbc.ac.uk.

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