Located in the very heart of London, the University of Westminster (UoW) is an internationally acclaimed institution that has been delivering high quality education for over 180 years. The university was established in 1838 as the Royal Polytechnic Institution - the first of its kind in London. Since this time, it has now evolved into a truly global university with a total population of around 20,000 students, of which 49are internationals representing over 165 countries worldwide.
UoW has a pioneering history of teaching, and offers a vibrant learning environment which welcomes students from all backgrounds, providing them with the knowledge, skills, and mentorship required to succeed in future careers or further study.
There are over 200 undergraduate and postgraduate courses offered, which are undertaken at the university’s four London campuses. Cavendish, Regent and Marylebone campuses are located in the city centre, while the superbly equipped Harrow campus is a short journey away by public transport.
Courses are regarded highly by both student and professional regulators. The most recent Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) assessment states “the University of Westminster delivers teaching, learning and outcomes for its students that meet rigorous national quality requirements for UK higher education.”
London is regularly rated as the best student city in the world, and UoW students benefit from the wealth of social, cultural and employment opportunities nearby.
University of Westminster students on Whatuni say:
“I have just finished and I thoroughly enjoyed my time there. I just wish I had taken advantage of every aspect of my time there. I feel as though I grew as a person, and I have left a better and more rounded person”.
“It has been good. Studying in the middle of London had been a great advantage bringing lots of opportunities.”
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