All our courses are running as scheduled and we are planning to start the next Academic Year in September.
While we may need to start some of our courses wholly online, we will be preparing to welcome our students to our campuses as soon as it is safe to do so in line with Government guidance. We expect those with a more practical focus to be the first to return.
Whatever the way you start your Westminster experience – online, on campus or a blend of both – you can be assured of a warm welcome.
At the University of Westminster, we are leaders in teaching, research and engagement with industry. With over 180 industry partners, these connections and expertise will support you to become a work-ready graduate.
The courses we offer are dynamic and continually evolving, incorporating cutting-edge research, technological advancements and industry needs, ensuring that we provide you with the most relevant tools and knowledge required for your future career.
As a Westminster student you will join our wonderfully diverse and international student community and will work in partnership with our academic colleagues throughout your learning journey, experiencing the excitement of new ideas, shared perspectives, work experience and travel opportunities, gaining the skills you need to excel in your future.
Clearing is an ideal way to find a place at University if you haven’t yet secured a place or would like to change to another course. Clearing applications open on 6 July and close in September.
Clearing is part of the UCAS application process which helps students who have not yet secured a university place to find and apply for a course.
You might need to use Clearing if:
If you would like to secure a place at Westminster through Clearing then you will be able to find our contact details here from the beginning of July.
In July we will also start to publish our vacancy listings for courses in Clearing and we will also have our dedicated Clearing contact details available on this webpage.
1. Get prepared
For Clearing it’s best to prepare early. Explore all the different courses which may be of interest to you. You can browse the University of Westminster’s clearing courses now.
2. On the big day
On Results Day get off to a great start and have everything to hand. Make sure you have:
And remember, you have to talk to the University of Westminster yourself; your parents can’t do this one for you.
3. Finally, be ambitious!
Consider new subject areas not typically studied at school or college to widen your career prospects.