There’s so much to see during your first visit, from getting a feel for the facilities to experiencing the atmosphere, that it may feel a little overwhelming at first. Here are a few ideas to get you started and help you get the most out of your visit.
We have four campuses in London, three of which are within walking distance of both Oxford Street and the wide open spaces of Regent’s Park.
In north-west London, our Harrow Campus is home to the vibrant, buzzing Faculty of Media, Arts and Design.
All four campuses have been extensively redeveloped to create fresh and inspiring places to learn and socialise, creating a unique University community.
Grab a coffee and check out current students’ work, plus exhibitions from contemporary artists, at this vibrant gallery space.
Get first-hand exposure to technology widely adopted in all the leading global investment banks and major financial centres of the world: the City of London, New York's Wall Street and Tokyo’s Citibanks.
Step through our historic foyer into our headquarters at 309 Regent Street, which dates back to 1912 and stands on one of London's most attractive shopping streets.
Get motivated at our recently enhanced fitness suite in the heart of the city.
Visit the Undercroft Bar or Area 51 nightclub at our Harrow Campus.
Take a look at our 350-capacity lecture theatre, converted from a classic old cinema.
Pop into the Polyclinic at New Cavendish, our very own teaching and learning treatment clinic, where you can receive reduced-rate complementary therapies – including massage, acupuncture, aromatherapy and more.
Based in Fitzrovia, our Cavendish campus is truly in the heart of London.
Our Faculty of Media, Arts and Design occupies our recently refurbished Harrow campus.
Part of our Regent Campus, the Westminster Law School resides at Little Titchfield Street.
Our recently refurbished Marylebone campus is home to the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment and Westminster Business School.
The original home of The Polytechnic, our Regent Street campus is now occupied by our Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities.
Wells Street is part of our Regent campus and is home to the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities.