The University of Westminster boasts a rich history and has been providing students with academic excellence, cultural engagement and personal enrichment since its inception as The Polytechnic Institution in 1838.
Our undergraduate, postgraduate and short courses span a variety of subjects – from Architecture and Interiors to Computer Science and Software Engineering, from Business and Management to Journalism, Digital Media and PR.
Research at Westminster furthers our University’s historic mission to enable people from every background to reach their full potential.
At Westminster, researchers ask the questions that expand beyond existing boundaries. Continuing our pioneering past, colleagues and students, thinkers and creators, all come together in our Research Communities, Groups and Centres to look forward, anticipate what’s changing, and embrace the new with energy and imagination.
Whether you're looking for your first graduate role, a part-time job to fit around your studies, applying for a postgraduate course or just plain confused about what you want to do in the future book a one-to-one advice session.
These advice sessions give you the opportunity to obtain feedback and advice on CVs, application forms, interviews and other career concerns.
Our online careers hub, Engage, is where to go for jobs listings and information about placements, volunteering, careers fairs, networking events and careers resources including example CVs and how to prepare for interviews.
The Student Centre provides valuable guidance on services to make a real difference to your student life and wellbeing.
We can answer a large number of general queries and provide information about a diverse range of services and support.
If we can’t solve your query, we can get you to the team or colleague who can.
The University of Westminster’s Student Accommodation Team can help you with a variety of housing issues.
As well as providing University halls of residence, the team can assist you in your search for alternative accommodation. They also offer advice about issues such as tenancy agreements and dealing with landlords.
For collections, contact details, accessibility information and more, visit our individual library pages:
IT Services: We’re the team behind the tech equipment on campus, such as the printers and the computers you see in labs and classrooms. We also provide your software access, the free applications you can download, and we monitor and maintain all the systems that you interact with.
We provide confidential information and advice on a range of topics:
Our courses are taught across four London campuses – three in central London and all within walking distance of each other, and a fourth in Harrow, north-west London, which is just a 30-minute tube ride away from central London.
Members of the general public can get access to our gyms and classes, as well as our range of other sports and fitness facilities and activities.
Our services also include fitness assessments, one-to-one personal training and exercise programmes without the astronomical joining fees and attitude you can find at other city-central gyms.
When you enrol at the University, you automatically become a member of the University of Westminster Students’ Union (UWSU) - an independent organisation that is run by students, for students.
The Students' Union is there to represent your needs as a student, protect your rights and make sure your voice is heard when key decisions are made at the University.
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