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People at Westminster are incredible. Everybody is trying to make you feel at home and help you every possible way. The teaching and the fascilities provided for my course are very helpful and perfect for young designers.

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As a University of Westminster student at one of our central London or Harrow campuses, everything that London has to offer is on your doorstep. From the best gigs and biggest films to fantastic culture, unbeatable links with business and the buzz of this vibrant city.

Teaching Excellence Framework Award (TEF)

TEF Bronze Award

We are pleased to say that the University of Westminster has been rated Bronze against the TEF measures, meaning that “based on the evidence available, the TEF Panel judged that the University of Westminster delivers teaching, learning and outcomes for its students that meet rigorous national quality requirements for UK higher education.”

What do the TEF Awards mean for you?

Open Days

Upcoming subject specific undergraduate open days

To find out when the next Open Day is, take a look at the Open Day calendar here.

Student Life in London

They have four campuses in London, which are home to their five faculties. Three of their campuses are in central London and one is in Harrow, north-west London.

Our central London campuses comprise Cavendish Campus, Marylebone Campus and Regent Campus. Our Regent Campus is made up of three sites: our headquarters at 309 Regent Street, our Little Titchfield Street site and our Wells Street site. All our central London campuses are within walking distance of each other and enjoy enviable locations in the heart of London. As you can imagine, London is a big and wonderful city to experience University in. Any and everything is available within walking distance or a couple tube stops away. Something is always happening from exhibitions to concerts to rooftop bars. But if you need a little quiet time, huge greens like Hyde Park and Greenwich Park all provide great places to relax and unplug too.

Travel information

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One of the first things to do is get an Oyster card. You can top it up online, at stations, or in newsagents where you see the Oyster pre-pay symbol. It works out much cheaper than paying for travel cards and single journeys. Full-time students, and some part-time students, can apply for a student Oyster card, which allows you to save as much as 33% on fares. Instead of automatically jumping on the tube, make sure you check out your local bus routes first.

A single bus journey costs just £1.50 when you use your Oyster card and it’s a brilliant way of getting to know the city above ground. Additionally, cycling can save you a small fortune. There are plenty of cycle paths in case you’re worried about safety or getting lost. Don’t have a bike? Register with Santander Cycles, or Boris Bikes as they are sometimes known, and you can hop on and off at handy locations across the city.

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Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7911 5000

Address:
University of Westminster
309 Regent Street,
London
W1B 2HW

Course enquiries:

Telephone: +44 (0)20 7915 5511
Email: [email protected]
Contact us page: https://www.westminster.ac.uk/about-us/contact-us