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Westminster, University of, BSc (Hons), Urban Estate Management

 United Kingdom


Study mode Start date Duration
Full-time Sep years: 3
Part-time Sep years: 5
Provides understanding of the process of urban change and development and a detailed knowledge of the individual physical, social, economic, administrative and legal aspects of that process; project work forms an important element of the course; specialist options available to all students include foreign languages.

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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.

Cavendish Campus

Our Cavendish Campus is in central London – just a 5-minute walk from Oxford Street and Tottenham Court Road.
Subjects taught at the campus include Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Computer Science and Engineering, and Psychology.

Harrow Campus

Our Harrow Campus is based in north-west London, just 30 minutes away from central London by tube.
Subjects taught at the campus include Art and Design, Fashion, and Film and Television.

Marylebone Campus

Our Marylebone Campus is in central London, within easy walking distance of both Regent's Park and Marylebone High Street.
Subjects taught at the campus include Accounting and Finance, Business and Management, and Construction Management and Urban Planning.

Regent Campus

Our Regent Campus comprises three sites in central London, all within a few minutes' walk of Oxford Street:
309 Regent Street – subjects taught at this site include English and Creative Writing, Languages, and History.
Little Titchfield Street – our Law courses are taught here.
Wells Street – Criminology and Sociology, and Politics and International Relations are taught here.