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The qualifications and other skills required for a postgraduate degree at the University of Westminster will vary on a course-by-course basis. Students are able to find the information for their chosen subject on the relevant course page on the university’s website.
Generally, students are expected to have achieved a 2:1 or better in an undergraduate degree from an established university, ideally in a subject related to the chosen postgraduate qualification. However, students will also be able to apply with other equivalent qualifications, or relevant work experience.
Any postgraduate courses that involve a practical element will likely require a portfolio of past work to be provided alongside an admission, in particular where a student does not have an undergraduate degree in the same subject.
All courses at the University of Westminster are taught in English, and students who are not native English speakers will be expected to provide evidence of a qualification proving their ability to understand the language to the necessary standard.
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