University of Westminster London

University of Westminster, formerly known as Polytechnic of Central London, has created a place for itself in the list of well respected research universities with in 20 years of gaining university status. The university started off as the Royal Polytechnic Institute in 1838 and was dedicated to provide technical education for professionals. In 1970 it collaborated with the Languages & Commerce department of Holborn College of Law and formed the Polytechnic of Central London. Eventually, both sections of the institute were merged in 1991. The university finally obtained degree awarding university status in 1992. Since then the university has increased the number of disciplines taught and opened seven new schools. Currently, it has 45 departments and 65 research centres, which have an annual budget of about $ 250 million. The university enrolls about 7000 postgraduate and 17000 undergraduate students in more than 200 different degree programs.


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    Undergraduate Programs:

    University of Westminster offers multitude of undergraduate courses that cater the needs of all undergraduate students. The university offers humanities, engineering, medical and computer programs at undergraduate level. The complete list of the Undergraduate courses can be found by visiting this link.

    Postgraduate Programs:

    University also offers a wide range of postgraduate degree programs to help all those students, who want to get specialised education in their field of interest. The fields range from media to engineering, social sciences to medical sciences, computer to physics and many others. You can check out complete list of postgraduate courses from this here.

    Research Studies:

    University offers PhD and MPhil degrees in various subjects. Apart from this, It offers Professional Doctorate and Master of Research degrees in architecture & the built environment, business, electronics & computer science, law, life sciences, media, arts & design, social sciences, humanities and languages. University also offer research studentships in various fields. Complete list of research degrees and procedure for application is  described here.

    Professional and Short Courses:

    University also offers various professional courses that usually span from six months to one year. For a complete range of diplomas offered by the university, visit this link.

    English as a Foreign Language and Examination Centres:

    Understanding the high demand of English, university offers a separate course under the name of “English as a Foreign Language”. It also serves as an examination centres for IELTS and Cambridge ESOL exams.

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    How to Apply:

    Apply Online

    First of all, decide course of your choice. Then visit "Apply Online" link available on the course detail page.

    Apply in Person

    If you are unable to apply online or have any confusion about the requirements of any subject, you can contact university enquiry department by emailing at, the university representative will provide you complete support.

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    Fees, Finance & Funding:

    Fee Structure

    All students are required to submit full fee without any discount. Fee structure for all National, EU and International students is provided in this link. All fee should be submitted in Pound Sterlings.

    Scholarships and Rewards

    University of Westminster offers various funding and scholarships options to deserving students. These funding and Scholarships options are provided to encourage academic achievements of National, EU and International Students. However, different scholarships have different criteria and students should check if they meet the criteria for scholarship. Find complete details about  University of Westminster Scholarships.

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    Facilities at University of Westminster:

    University has its own library, gymnasium, grounds, halls, corporate gym, exhibitions spaces, student halls, special places for accommodations of international students and other places for curricular and extra-curricular activities. University also provide a free consultancy services to all those students, who wish to bring something new in the market or conduct any kind of new research.

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    University of Westminster Campuses:

    With a wide range of courses, the University of Queen Mary has its four campuses in London.

    University of Westminster

    Address: 115 New Cavendish Street, London W1W 6UW, United Kingdom View Map

    Contact: +44 20 7911 5000 ‎

    University of Westminster Marylebone Hall

    Address: 35 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LS, United Kingdom View Map

    Contact: +44 20 7911 5071

    University of Westminster-Wigram House

    Address: 1-5 Lambeth Road, Southwark, City of London SE1 7DQ, United Kingdom View Map

    Contact: +44 20 7582 9688 ‎

    University Of Westminster-New Cavendish Street

    Address: 115 New Cavendish Street, London W1W 6UW, United Kingdom View Map

    Contact: +44 20 7911 5000

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    Contact Details of University of Westminster

    If you want to contact university, you can make a personal visit, contact online or call at university's number telephone number.

    Postal Address:

    309 Regent Street, London, W1B 2UW

    Telephone: +44 20 7911 5000

    University of Westminster Website

    Course Enquiries:

    Telephone: +44 20 7915 5511


    International Office:

    Telephone: +44 20 7911 5000



    Student Accommodation

    Telephone: +44 20 7911 5817


    Summer Accommodation

    Telephone: +44 20 7911 5181


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    How to Get to University of Westminster:

    By Tube:

    Goodge Street Tube Station is located about 0.3 miles from university. After leaving tube station on Tottenham court road, walk toward Tottenham Street and turn left onto Howland Street. University of Westminster will be on your right. View Map

    By Bus:

    Buses 88, 453, C2 and N18 can take you to the Soho, Margaret Street Oxford Circus (Stop RD), which is just beside the main gate of University of Westminster.

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