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All students, including research-led and taught postgraduate students, are automatically enrolled in the university’s students’ union (SU). It’s run independently of the university and offers advice, guidance and representation across a variety of issues that make up campus life.
The UoW SU is also responsible for running the university’s clubs and societies, as well as the student-managed media such as the TV studio, magazine and radio station, with students able to work on these platforms to gain vital career experience.
The SU also has shops, a bar and a nightclub and it offers a varied programme of events throughout the academic year.
Postgraduate students at the University of Westminster are encouraged to take up one of the many sports clubs and societies, where they can meet likeminded individuals and engage in hobbies to help them unwind during downtime.
Sport clubs include a mix of traditional options like athletics, cricket and hockey, as well as more contemporary options such as dodgeball and rock climbing. Societies are equally wide-ranging, from fun activities like musical theatre and anime, to support and networking groups like LGBTI+ and educational activities such as First Aid.
Any students who don’t find a club or society that meets their interests will be supported in starting their own.
Situated in the heart of London, the University of Westminster provides all the facilities of a vibrant, cosmopolitan capital right on students’ doorsteps. From world-famous historic landmarks to contemporary nightclubs and bars to huge shopping streets, major retailers and quirky independent stores – not to mention the amazing street food to fine dining restaurants – there truly is something for everyone.
The city is also home to some marvellous green spaces where students can unwind on their days off, perfect for a relaxing walk or a picnic on a warmer day. And there are excellent transport links to take students to the coast or connect them to major cities around the UK with ease.
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