University of Westminster
The University of Westminster London was established in 1838 as the first polytechnic to open in England, it was awarded university status in 1992 and it is one of the most prestigious universities in London.
The University academic activities are organised into seven schools accommodating 45 departments and 65 research centres and it provides Professional accreditation across disciplines such as AMBA, ACCA, BCI, IET, BCS, etc
Rankings and awards:
- In the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise, Westminster university was ranked 2nd for Communications, Cultural and Media Studies research and 6th for Art and Design research.
- the university was the Winner of two Queen’s Awards for International Enterprise.
University of Westminster housing:
The criteria for University of Westminster accommodation are:
- very good academic achievements
- development potential
- Financial need.
These generous awards are aimed at fully funding you, if you are from a developing country and will teach full-time master’s degree at the University. Special preference will be given to you if you can show how the knowledge they get from their studies will support the development of their own country.
In 2015, the University of Westminster announced a number of scholarships available for international students in London and those interested to study abroad. The most common requirements for the scholarship are EU citizenship, with different scholarships having specific requirements and cover completely or partially tuition.