The University of East London (UEL) dates back to 1898 and was founded as a university in 1992. It is both vibrant and modern and offers more than 130 undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes, ranging from accountancy, architecture and business, to sports coaching, theatre studies and toxicology. The UEL comprises of two campuses, one based at London’s Docklands and the other in Stratford. The Dockland’s site has its own train station and enjoys views of sparkling Canary Wharf, while in Stratford, the Olympic Park and Westfield Shopping Centre are on your doorstep. With 13,000 students from 135 countries currently enrolled, it is one of the UK’s most diverse and fastest-growing universities.