​Coming towards the end of your studies but still want to stay part of the University of East London community? The Alumni team are at your service! We support graduates in providing services and benefits that are accessible to all our graduates, across the globe.  Read more

​​​East London Sport, Residential Life and the Student's Union have teamed up to bring you lots of great activities. ​Can you beat the high score on the dance machine? How long can you last on the snowboard simulator? And how are your sumo skills?  Read more

​​​Students are invited to attend a networking session to hear more about how they can get involved in Study Abroad​, a programme to invite students to take part of their degree abroad.  Read more

Join us on our next public seminar @ IHHD to discuss the future of the healthcare system, financing in healthcare and social prescribing. This seminar will discuss how money flows in the NHS and some mechanisms to fund health interventions (eg social impact bonds, co-commissioning) as a strategy to re-address the imbalance of current healthcare systems. In doing this, it will take social prescribing as an example for further and more practical discussion.  Read more

​Library and Learning Services (LLS) will now be called Library, Archives and Learning Services (LALS) to foreground its important Archives collections and services.  Read more

​Dominic Cummings, the prime minister's top adviser, has caused quite a stir with his blog post calling for more "weirdos and misfits" to join his team at Downing Street. He listed some very specific requirements for prospective employees but warns that he'll fire them at no notice if they don't fit in.  Read more

The Office for Institutional Equity is pleased to announce another collaborative event with the Samosa Collective, taking place on Thursday 16th January, 11 am – 1pm in US.2.30 (USS).  Read more

​Knowledge Dock and Walkite International, based in the University's Business Centre, are hosting a Chinese New Year celebration later this month (23rd January) and are inviting the chinese student community at UEL to attend.  Read more

The 2020 L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science UK & Ireland Rising Talent Programme is now open for applications. Five outstanding female early-career scientists will receive a bursary of £15,000 on 21 May 2020 at a ceremony, in London.  Read more