Undergraduate Courses London

Our career-focused undergraduate courses are designed to give you the skills, confidence and experience you need to take you in any direction you choose, so that you are ready to succeed. 

Learn essential skills and knowledge at one of our partner universities. These courses will develop your: 

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Choosing the right university and course for you is one of the most important decisions of your life and will play a crucial role in shaping your future career. At TEG (The Education Group London), all of our courses are developed with your career in mind, so that you are learning the most up-to-date information and gaining the relevant practical and professional skills needed for the modern work environment. You will learn from lecturers with significant industry and academic experience so that at the end of your course, you will feel confident to kick-start your career. 

Learning at university is your first step of independence. Our undergraduate degrees combine academic learning with work placements and practical assessments, giving you experience of what it’s like to work in your area of study. Our teaching methods can include: lectures, seminars, tutorials, laboratory and practical workshops, group work and independent study.

In the UK, to be an undergraduate student you will have completed further education studies (either A-Levels, BTECTs or equivalent qualifications) before you begin studying your undergraduate degree. An undergraduate course is the first degree you can take at university and provides a grounding in your chosen subject.

There are different types of undergraduate degrees, including a Bachelor of Arts (BA) or Bachelor of Science (BSc). The Bachelor of Arts (BA) is the most common undergraduate degree and generally takes three to four years to complete. It is usually based on theoretical knowledge. This includes subjects such as Liberal Arts, Humanities or Social Sciences, such as Languages, Communication, Journalism and International Relations. The Bachelor of Science degree (BSc) is usually focused on combining theoretical knowledge with research practice. This includes subjects such as Natural Sciences, Engineering & Technology, Mathematics, Computer Science & IT. The study duration is usually three to four years. Once you have chosen a BA or a BSc, you will then decide whether you want it to be single honours, joint honours or major/minor: 

  • Single honours course – you focus in depth on your core subject.
  • Joint honours – studying more than one subject in depth (combining subjects, each taking up 50% of your time).
  • Major/minor – studying in depth in a core area (taking up 75% of your time) whilst studying an additional area (taking up 25% of your time).

Typically undergraduate degrees last for three years. However, it could last four to five years if you apply for a placement year, to study abroad or go to an integrated Masters year. The start date for undergraduate courses is usually September but we have courses with start dates throughout the year.

UWS London has three undergraduate courses available. These include: 

  • International Foundation Programme (Business)
  • BA (Hons) International Business 
  • BSc (Hons) Professional Health Studies

You can find all the information about the current courses we offer on our courses page.

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