University of Westminster

England / Undergraduate - Postgraduate

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University of Westminster

England / Undergraduate - Postgraduate

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The University of Westminster is a recognised centre of excellence in teaching and learning in London. We are at the heart of one of the most exciting and vibrant cities in the world, and have been equipping students with the skills, knowledge and experience to enter the professional workplace for more than 180 years. The University is located on four main campuses – three in Central London, and one in Harrow.

We offer exceptional academic quality, outstanding teaching staff, world-class research and strong links with industry. Students can choose from a wide range of subjects and course levels across our Colleges:

• College of Design, Creative and Digital Industries
• College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
• Westminster Business School

The University has a student body comprising of approximately 19000 students from over 160 nationalities and 30 per cent of our staff members come from outside the UK. Our international outlook is supported by international partnerships across the world, by our globally engaged research and by the international exchange and outward mobility opportunities we offer our students.

Scholarships and grants

The University of Westminster offers a number of partial, half and full scholarships for exceptionally well-qualified students. Full details of available scholarships, eligibility requirements and instuctions on how to apply can be found at www.westminster.ac.uk/scholarships

SUBJECTS

Architecture

Planning (urban, rural & regional)

Cinematics & photography

Creative writing

Design studies

Fine art

Music

Biology

Nutrition

Pharmacology, toxicology & pharmacy

Psychology

MBA

Accounting

Business studies

Finance

Human resource management

Management studies

Marketing

English studies

Foreign language (non English)

Languages

Linguistics

History
Criminology

Economics

Journalism

Media studies

Politics

Sociology

Artificial Intelligence

Computer science

Software engineering

Civil Engineering

Law

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