The University of Westminster boasts a rich history and has been providing students with academic excellence, cultural engagement and personal enrichment since its inception as The Polytechnic Institution in 1838.
The University of Westminster offers undergraduate, postgraduate and short courses span a variety of subjects – from Architecture and Interiors to Computer Science and Software Engineering, from Business and Management to Journalism, Digital Media and PR.
The close links with industry and professional organisations give you the chance to work with and learn from leading employers from all sectors.
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Whether you’re joining the University of Westminster soon or studying here already, the Student Accommodation Team offers help and advice on finding a suitable place to live.
Library and Study Spaces:
Our Cavendish Campus is in central London – just a 5-minute walk from Oxford Street and Tottenham Court Road.
Our Harrow Campus is based in north-west London, just 30 minutes away from central London by tube.
Our Marylebone Campus is in central London, within easy walking distance of both Regent's Park and Marylebone High Street.
Our Regent Campus comprises three sites in central London, all within a few minutes' walk of Oxford Street.
I have enjoyed my experience at this University. I think that it has provided great opportunities and connections with the city of London and I feel like I have developed a stronger base of knowledge and skills within my field of study.
I enjoyed my university atmosphere as I am someone who loves to get to know people and the university had a very vibrant international environment which I enjoyed very much being a part of, however I felt as though I wasn't being emerged in my course language as much as I would've liked to and I believe that being able to take a course abroad would broaden my horizons and...
I came to this University to be able to engage with the field of architecture within a more diverse cultural, societal, and professional realm. Moving to Europe was very appealing to me because of the ability to study in proximity to such rich historic and cultural sites. It has been very great to be able to experience London as a campus resource and I think many future...