Full-time postgraduate students can apply to live at the Central London Halls (in Marylebone, Hoxton, and Wembley Park) or Harrow Hall in Harrow, where there are exclusive floors for postgraduate students. Both halls are centrally located and close to transport links making it easy for students to commute to campus and explore the city.
Most of the rooms available in these halls are single bed en-suites, with shared kitchen and living areas. However, there are some double-bed rooms, one-bedroom flats, and twin rooms for those willing to share. Prices range from £132.86 to £279.09 per week inclusive of all utilities.
If students prefer to live in private accommodation, the University of Westminster’s Student Accommodation Team can help. They have a regularly-updated Private Accommodation list available to all students, with details of private landlords who have accommodation available throughout the city.
Over £60 million has been recently invested across the university’s four campuses, with many exciting new developments including: a new digital Fabrication Laboratory, with a range of 3D printers and laser cutters; a unique restoration of the historic Regent Street Cinema; and the installation of a Bloomberg Financial Market (Westminster is one of the few universities in the UK to offer this).
Alongside this, the university has unique specialist resources and facilities including:
There are also excellent sporting facilities available, including: the Harrow sports hall and gym; the Regent Street gym; and the 45-acre Quintin Hogg Sports Ground in Chiswick that includes football, rugby, cricket, and hockey pitches, netball courts, tennis courts, and a boathouse.
There are also plenty of on-site coffee shops and cafes to socialise in, plus prayer and quite rooms for private reflection.