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UWS Enrolment

Enrolment for The University of West of Scotland (UWS), Term 1 2021/22 closes at midnight on Monday 27th September, so please ensure you are enrolled by then. If you are having difficulty enrolling, please report any problems to enrol@uws.ac.uk before that date. Good luck to all new students this year.

University Welcomes New Students

Congratulations – and welcome! – to the hundreds of new students who have confirmed their place at University of the West of Scotland, High Blantyre over the last couple of days. A representative from the Uni told us, “We look forward to you joining – and if you haven’t secured your place yet, you can […]

UWS Campus Closures

We have learned this afternoon that University of West of Scotland (UWS) has asked its students not to attend their campuses from Monday 16th March until further notice. The Lanarkshire campus is High Blantyre based and the measures are entirely precautionary against the fluid situation relating to the Coronavirus pandemic. Learning modules are going to […]

UWS Student tests positive COVID-19

Students at University of the West of Scotland in Hamilton Technology Park have tonight been sent the following email, which is reprinted here in full. The contents confirm a student has tested positive for Coronavirus and is currently being treated in hospital. With limited contact with other students, the risk of further infection in this […]

University Strike Action

Lecturers at three Universities have agreed to go on strike after a row about pay. The EIS, Scotland’s teaching union, confirmed that six institutions in Scotland met the legal mandate required for strike action, among them Strathclyde University, The Glasgow School of Art and The University of the West of Scotland- which has campuses in […]

Lanarkshire Business Conference

Many companies descended upon University of West of Scotland campus in High Blantyre last Thursday, August 29 for a prestigious business conference. The event had the theme of “exploring new markets and opportunities”. Speakers at the event were writer and broadcaster Stuart Cosgrove, Tunnock’s chairman Sir Boyd Tunnock and Finding Your Feet charity founder Corrine […]