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Situated in the heart of the UK’s capital, the University of Westminster (UoW) has grown from the country’s first polytechnic into one of its best-established further education institutions, and one of its most diverse, with a student body made up of 19,000 people from 165 countries.
Many of these are enrolled in a postgraduate qualification, with over 330 different taught qualifications available alongside world-leading research degrees. Close relationships with employers and leading businesses around the world ensure that students not only have access to expertise from a variety of sources but can also establish a network to help them find their perfect career post-graduation.
The university offers a range of support services to aid students throughout their degree. These include academic skills support and employability services, tailored to helping students prepare for their next career steps.
With its central London location, the university offers ties to major local businesses as well as excellent facilities for enjoying student life. From theatres, nightclubs and bars to outstanding shopping and dining, students have everything they need to relax during their downtime.
Through continued investment into facilities, the university ensures that it continues to offer the highest standards of education possible for postgraduate students.
Students looking to take up a postgraduate qualification at the University of Westminster have over 30 subject areas to choose from, including a mix of taught and research-based options. The courses are flexible too, with start dates in both September and January with the option to choose between full-time and part-time study, and even distance learning for students who opt for a research-based qualification.
Students who do attend the university have access to some world-class facilities which are constantly seeing new investment and renovation, with a campus that is packed with specialist facilities for each subject area.