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University of Westminster has provided me with so many experiences, the diversity of people I have met has been totally worth it. Being at uni has been a great learning curve. It takes a lot of motivation and dedication to be successful.
The University of Westminster (UoW) is a truly global university, having one of the most diverse student bodies in all of the UK; of the 19,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled, over 160 different countries are represented.
And it’s no surprise, since this is a university where students can achieve anything they want to. There is no set template for learning – postgraduate students are able to forge their own path, learn in an individual way, and have their uniqueness and diversity celebrated, never stamped out.
Of the four campuses that make up UoW, three are in central London. This offers huge benefits – students will be able to take advantage of the university’s close ties to major businesses, with ample networking opportunities, whilst also receiving support in developing their own employability skills required to advance in their career.
The other benefit of its central London location is the opportunity for students to make the most of everything the vibrant capital has to offer. From theatres, nightclubs and bars to outstanding shopping and dining, students have everything they need to relax during their downtime. The University of Westminster is truly a global university, with the energy of London providing the ideal backdrop for a postgraduate qualification.
Through continued investment into facilities, the university ensures that it continues to offer the highest standards of education possible for postgraduate students.
Students looking to take up a postgraduate qualification at the University of Westminster have over 30 subject areas to choose from, including a mix of taught and research-based options. The courses are flexible too, with start dates in both September and January. There is also the option to choose between full-time and part-time study, and even distance learning for students who opt for a research-based qualification.
Students who do attend the university have access to some -class facilities which are constantly seeing new investment and renovation, with a campus that is packed with specialist facilities for each subject area.
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