University of Westminster was established in 1838 as Britain's first polytechnic. The University of Westminster has always been at the forefront of technological change in the heart of London, providing educational programs shaped by the changing needs of the capital. In 2013, the University of Westminster will be celebrating its 175th anniversary. The University of Westminster is pressing ahead with an exciting program of improvements to its buildings and surroundings.
The University has more than 5,000 students from more than 150 countries. They do offer more than 300 undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs as well as English language courses and short programs for visiting university students. Additionally, many courses have a specifically international focus.
Campus of University of Westminster -
Westminster has four main campuses, three in central London: Regent Street, New Cavendish Street and Marylebone and the fourth in Harrow. The University’s headquarters is situated at 309 Regent Street in the West End of London where it has served as a centre for public education for over 170 years.
Why choose University of Westminster?
- Academic excellence
- A global reputation
Facilities at University of Westminster -
- Research centres
- Sports and Leisure Facilities
- IT services
- Student services
- Cafe Bars
- Recreational facilities
- Class rooms
Schools at University of Westminster -
The seven schools at the University of Westminster are the hub of their academic activity - the University's pulse
- Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment
- Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design
- Faculty of Science and Technology
- Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities
- Westminster Business School
- Westminster Law School