London is a city without analogues, with a huge history, culture and a variety of entertainment. Many of the city's most famous attractions are just minutes away from where students will study. The University of Westminster offers its students the latest equipment in high-tech laboratories, television studios and multimedia newsrooms.
It was founded in 1838 as the Royal Polytechnic Institute. The University consists of 4 campuses, 3 of which are located in Central London. The Regent campus is located in Central London, close to the famous shopping district of Oxford street and Regent street. The Regent campus is home to the school of Humanities, School of social science, and Westminster law school. The Marylebone campus is home to the Westminster school of business and the school of architecture. The laboratory on campus is equipped with the latest equipment for digital 3D printing. The Cavendish campus is home to the Westminster school of science and the School of computer science and engineering, both of which have recently been upgraded. Cavendish is located close to London's West End, so you will learn in a great location and enjoy its famous theatres and entertainment venues. At the Harrow campus, you will find the Westminster school of art and the Westminster school of media and communication. You will have access to the best educational film studios, TV and music studios, computer technology and broadcasting equipment in Europe.
The University has a Bloomberg platform, where students from year 1 can complete internships and internships and get real experience on an equal footing with the world's leading financial institutions.
Smoke Radio is the University's student radio station, broadcasting live from a Studio located in the Department of media industry on the harrow campus.London is a city without analogues, with a huge history, culture and a variety of entertainment. Many of the city's most famous attractions are just minutes away from where students will study. The University of Westminster offers its students the latest equipment in high-tech laboratories, television studios and multimedia newsrooms.
University of Westminster is ranked in the top 25 in the UK for teaching effectiveness (Guardian University Guide 2019) and in the top 10 international universities in the UK (Guardian University Guide 2019).
The fashion department of the University of Westminster is ranked among the top ten fashion schools in the world by Fashionista magazine (2018). The University boasts that almost 100% of graduates are employed within 6 months. The University is also ranked 8th in land and property management (Guardian University Guide 2019), 13th in fashion and textiles (Guardian University Guide 2019), 16th in architecture (Guardian University Guide 2019), 17th in media and cinematography (Guardian University Guide 2019), and 15th in film production and photography (Guardian University Guide 2019).
Recent graduates of the faculty of fashion are London Fashion Week designer Claire Barrow, Roberta Einer, Katie Ann McGuigan Liam Hodges and Ashley Williams, other famous graduates are Christopher Bailey, chief creative Manager of Burberry; Katie Hillier, creative Director of Hillier Bartley; Jutta Kraus, creative Director of Bernhard Wilhelm; and Stuart Vevers.
Graduates of the last 3 years work in the following companies: Versus, Rick Owens, Celine, Loewe, Alexander McQueen, Mulberry, Tom Ford, Erdem, Temperley, Gucci, Versace, H&M, Preen, Anya Hindmarch, Burberry, J. W. Anderson, Norse Projects, Acne, Jacquemus, Paul Smith, MaxMara, Harrods, and Adidas.
Internships are held at companies such as Maison Margiela, Kenzo, Givenchy, Alexander McQueen, Celine, Tom Ford, Marc Jacobs, Alexander Wang, Christian Dior, Balmain, Adidas, Jeremy Scott, Lanvin, and Balenciaga.