Shape your career in the heart of London
Situated in central London, the University of Westminster is ideally located in the heart of one of the world’s most exciting and vibrant cities.
Home to over 19,000 students from over 169 countries, Westminster has been voted the most internationally diverse university in the UK (Hotcourses Index 2018) and is ranked 29th in the world for international outlook (Times Education Higher Young University Rankings 2018).
We have four campuses located across central London with one in leafy Harrow, North West London. Our location is ideal for enjoying everything London has to offer.
Shaping your professional life
Over 4,500 postgraduate students study at Westminster. As a postgraduate student, you will benefit from our strong links to leading employers on our doorstep and our global professional network.
Forward-thinking and pioneering courses
Westminster offers over 100 practically-focused postgraduate courses and are designed to enhance your career prospects. A vast majority of our courses are accredited by professional bodies and organisations. Subjects include;
Arts and Design
Business and Management
Electronics and Communication Technology
Law and Criminal Justice
Surveying and Tourism.
Postgraduate Information Evenings
Our Postgraduate Information Evenings are a good opportunity to meet our lecturers, speak to current students, explore our facilities, find out about funding and learn more about what we offer. To find out more click here.
Award-winning facilities and resources
Over £60 million has been invested in our facilities and resources in recent years with new and exciting developments to our campuses and learning facilities and resources. This includes large-scale investments such as our unique Regent Street Cinema, Fabrication Laboratory and transformed libraries and social spaces.
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Student Interview – Postgraduate
Student: Bibiana Farenzena
Subject of study: Design for Communication MA
Year of graduation: 2014
Current position: Digital Designer, Marks and Spencer
What are you doing now?
As a Digital Designer for Marks and Spencer’s website, I work across different categories, such as Home and Kids, responsible for designing campaigns, landing pages, illustrations, emails and any digital assets required for the business. Also, I have been involved in redesigning the M&S.com website and the Autumn 2016 range of gift cards for all M&S stores.
What did you find most valuable about your course at Westminster? How did the skills you learnt during your degree help you to shape your career?
I was able to develop a lot of my creative and communication skills. We were a varied group of international students and it was good to always get different opinions on the projects I was working on. I’ve learnt how important research is and ideas behind a project, and how it can completely shape the best way for you to work.
What was the best thing about being a student in London?
Being able to go to different exhibitions, art galleries, shows and shops around the city. The amount of references I understand, just from being in London, definitely reflects on my work.
What extra-curricular activities did you participate in that enhanced your time at the University?
I’ve work as a Digital Designer Intern at the Daily Mail, which was a position recommended by Peter Smith, the Course Leader. I also opened my own business at the time, with a project started during the course – an online shop that sells products made of textiles I’ve designed.
What advice would you give to someone thinking of pursuing a similar career?
Having a Master’s degree definitely helped me to get a better job, especially when I come from Brazil and don’t have much experience in the country. I always gave my best in all projects during the course, which helped me to build a stronger portfolio.
Why would you recommend Westminster as a place to study?
Westminster is a well-seen university worldwide and has great tutors.
Is there anything else you would like to tell us about yourself, your achievements, life experiences, what inspires you, or career that may be valuable/interesting to our prospective students or alumni?
I had a great time at the University of Westminster and some of my colleagues became amazing friends until today. I’m very passionate about my career so it was actually a pleasure to study a subject I enjoy.