The University of Westminster has had a rich history in both delivering pioneering education since 1838, and creating pioneers in the process. The university was first established as The Polytechnic Institution, where new technologies and inventions were revealed to the public. As time has evolved, so has the institution. Today it hosts over 20,000 students across four campuses in London.
Its relationships and activities overseas make the University of Westminster an ideal place for international students. Not only was it ranked 1st for international student diversity in the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand, the University is also among the top 15 most international universities in the world for percentage of international students.
In addition to this the University boasts more than 190 partner institutions over 56 countries. This allows students to take advantage of study, work and volunteer opportunities abroad, which further strengthens their personal and professional development.
Well connected to over 3,000 businesses and organisations, the Career Development Centre plays a crucial role in setting students up for their professional life. The Centre provides them with placement opportunities and industry related skills for a thriving future.
When it comes to facilities, the University of Westminster has ensured that students have access to the very best equipment to aid in their chosen programme. This includes 24-hour libraries, film and TV studios and state-of-the-art science laboratories.
The University is committed to all of their students, which is why international students can benefit from a dedicated support team, a welcome programme and plenty of activities to help with their development.