The University of Westminster was the first polytechnic educational institution in England in 1838 and is recognized as one of the leading universities in the field of teaching and research. About 22,000 students from 150 different countries are studying at this University located in the center of London, England.
The Cavendish Campus is in central London, in an area great for food, shopping and culture. The nearest Tube (underground rail) station is Goodge Street. This campus is where you’ll find the University’s School of Life Sciences and School of Computer Science and Engineering.
This campus is close to a number of fantastic attractions, and chief among them is the British Museum. Just a short walk away, the British Museum is one of the biggest and best in the world, and you can visit for free — a great resource for curious students!
The Marylebone Campus is close to the Cavendish Campus, in a similarly beautiful part of the city. The nearest Tube station is Baker Street, which is just across the road. This campus is home to the Student’s Union, as well as the School of Architecture and Cities, and Westminster Business School.
It’s easy for students of these schools to feel inspired in this location: you’ll be surrounded by fantastic architecture and in close proximity to the City of London, one of the world’s premier business districts.
The Regent Campus could not be in a more prestigious location; it’s right on London’s famous Regent Street, and the closest Tube station is Oxford Circus.
At this campus, you will find the School of Humanities and School of Social Sciences, while the Law School resides at Little Titchfield Street, a short walk away. As well as the various teaching facilities, this campus is also home to a gym and prayer room.
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