University of the West of Scotland at British Council this week to meet prospective students

University of the West of Scotland
Revamped UWS Old College Quadrangle. Photo: Kay Williams and used under the Creative Commons Licence.

The University of the West of Scotland will be at the British Council tomorrow and Friday (21 and 22 July) to give prospective students the opportunity of discussing the possibility of studying with the institution.

If you are interested in attending, the event is taking place in Manchester Hall at the British Council building on Upper Hill Road in Nairobi.

University of the West of Scotland is one of the country’s largest modern universities, and aims to have a transformational influence on the economic, social and cultural development of the West of Scotland, and beyond.

The university provides relevant, high quality, inclusive higher education and innovative and useful research.

They aim to make the communities they serve more successful, and to create opportunities for all to participate with four campuses across the west and south-west of Scotland: Ayr, Dumfries, Hamilton and Paisley.

UWS is an international university with over 1400 international students drawn from more than 70 countries across the globe, and they work with over 100 international partners.