University of Westminster Full International Scholarships
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Duke of Grafton Founders Scholarship
Tony Shaw (ISH) Scholarship
Disaster Regeneration Scholarship
Geoffrey Copland Scholarship
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Established: 1838The University of Westminster offers a vibrant learning environment in the heart of London, attracting more than 20,000 students from over 165 nations. The University offers practice-based courses and its distinguished 175-year history has meant that it leads the way in many areas of research, particularly politics, media, art and design, architecture and biomedical sciences. The University has strong links with industry and professional organisations in London and across the UK. Programmes are taught by leading practitioners and offer a range of internship opportunities and professional accreditation, providing students with the skills needed for successful careers. Westminster offers a wide range of Bachelors, Masters and Research courses delivered across six faculties and schools: · Architecture and the Built Environment · Science and Technology · Social Sciences and Humanities · Westminster Business School · Westminster Law School · Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design
Undergraduate: Undergraduate: The University of Westminster accepts a wide range of British and international qualifications. To check the requirements for your country, please visit www.westminster.ac.uk/your-country.
Postgraduate: Postgraduate: Students applying for taught Master's programmes would normally require a Second Class UK honours degree or its foreign equivalent.