University of Westminister

The University of Westminister

The University of Westminster is a public university located in London, United Kingdom. It has been named one of the top 100 international universities in the world, and among the top 10 in London. There are more than 20,000 students, with over 5,000 international students from 150 countries. It has four campuses. Three located in central London and one in Harrow, suburban North West London. Westminster leads the world in media and communications research. They have received the Queen’s Award for Enterprise twice, and have excellent quality ratings for courses in Arabic, building, housing and surveying, Chinese, communication and media, integrated health, politics and international relations, and psychology. Westminster Business School students have access to classes in the Bloomberg Financial Markets Suite. The University was ranked the best new university in the UK and the most improved one in 2011.



Employability:

As a student you will have opportunities to enhance your career prospects through internships, professional placements, study abroad and volunteering programmes. It is the centre of university life. Since Westminster is located in the city of London, it is ideally placed and helps you work with leading employers. There are more than one million businesses operating within 30 km of the University, which offers great opportunities in many international companies and organisations like Google ATP, Chanel, Microsoft, and Fujitsu…


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Students’ Union

When you enroll at the University, you automatically become a member of the University of Westminster Students’ Union (UWSU) – an independent organisation that is run by students, for students. It represents your needs as a student and protect your rights to let you make important decisions at the University.
It also has a bar (the Undercroft) and nightclub (Area 51) in Harrow, and has two shops that stock various student essentials – one at our Harrow Campus and the other at our Cavendish Campus.

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Athletics:

Sport has always played an important part of life at the university. The athletic club, the Harriers, was established in 1883 and was for many years the largest athletics club in the country. The university has grounds in Chiswick with boat house, tennis courts, athletics track and about 12 pitches. There are sports pitches and a sports hall at the Harrow campus whilst the Regent Campus has a gym, badminton courts and offers sports, martial arts and yoga classes.



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