About University of Westminster

Originally established in 1838 as the Royal Polytechnic Institution, Britain's first polytechnic, University of Westminster now has a student body of over 23,000 and is a leader in research and education. Over 4,000 international students a year choose to study in London at the University of Westminster, making it one of the top fifteen institutions in the UK for overseas students.

Based in the heart of London's West End, it brings together all the conveniences of a modern university with the exciting atmosphere of a bustling, cosmopolitan city. The University of Westminster has four campuses, three of which are in the heart of the city.

Why University of Westminster

- The University of Westminster has a diverse student community, with more than 20,000 students from 150 nations.
- As well as offering an extensive range of research courses, the university deliver more than 300 taught courses, many of which have a specifically international focus.
- Westminster has international partnerships with over 20 institutions across Europe and Asia.

Locations and Addresses:

Cambridge: East Road, CB1 1PT
Chelmsford: Bishop Hall Lane, CM1 1SQ
Peterborough: Guild House, Swain Cour, Oundle Road, PE2
Founded in: 1838
Establishment: 1838 (Royal Polytechnic Institution), 1992 (University of Westminster)
Institution type: Public University
Total number of students: 20,465 (2014/15).
Type of accommodation: Off campus and on campus
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