UCFB Wembley is situated inside Wembley Stadium connected by EE, with classrooms overlooking the pitch. As a global and iconic stadium, UCFB Wembley provides you with an inspirational and motivational environment to study in.
Walking up Wembley Way every day to the English home of football is an inspiring experience. Within our UCFB Wembley campus we have facilities that reflect the excellence of the stadium with lecture theatres, seminar rooms, quiet study areas, library and media suites to name but a few.
The experience of studying at Wembley Stadium wouldn’t be complete without the option to take part in a wide array of sports and leisure activities. A number of high-calibre sport venues are just a few minutes ride from UCFB Wembley. Silver Jubilee Park is home to Hendon FC and features a state-of-the-art 3G pitch and is fitted with a number of darts boards. Bridge Park Community Leisure Centre is a wide-ranging leisure facility which features cycling and fitness suites, a dance studio, badminton courts and a sauna to name a few. Vale Farm Sports Centre features much of the above, as well as a 25m swimming pool and squash courts. Directly next to the stadium, Lucozade Powerleague have a number of football courts suitable for short forms of the game.
As a UCFB Wembley student you may have the opportunity to be interviewed for event day employment. This is a fantastic opportunity for you to not only gain experience within a best-in-class business environment, but will also to give you the opportunity to support yourself financially while studying at UCFB. Furthermore, as is the norm at UCFB, there will be a number of placements and work experience opportunities for you to apply for during your degree studies.
UCFB Wembley attracts some of the most experienced and insightful guest speakers from across the football and sport industry for you to learn from. Additionally, key Wembley Stadium operational staff form part of our Executive Guest Speaker programme allowing you to gain an invaluable insight into not only the operations of the stadium but the chance to network and promote yourself for future employment opportunities.
Previous guest speakers at UCFB Wembley have included Sky Sports News presenter Hayley McQueen, 1966 World Cup winner George Cohen, former Ireland and Sunderland striker Niall Quinn, BBC presenter Gabby Logan and Apprentice and Countdown star Nick Hewer.