International

Where are you from?


New Zealand

Welcome to the University of Westminster New Zealand page. Westminster welcomes students from over 155 nations, including from New Zealand and boasts alumni from nearly 200 countries worldwide. Based in central London you can access our excellent facilities in one of the world’s greatest cities.

Entry requirements

If you are applying for a Bachelor degree (eg BA, BSc, BEng and LLB) at the University of Westminster, you will be required to meet the English Language requirements and will typically have one of the following qualifications:

Qualification
Leads to entry into
NCEA 80 credits at any level, including 8 in literacy and 8 in numeracy
Kaplan International College Foundation Certificate
National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) Level 3 with Merit (M) and Excellence (E) grades
Year 1 of Bachelor degree (Level 4)
A recognised International Foundation course from a UK institution following a validated UK syllabus. Entry requirements vary but we normally ask for between 60% and 65%
Year 1 of Bachelor degree (Level 4)

If your qualification is not listed please contact the International Office.

If you are applying for a Masters (eg MA, MSc and LLM) or research (eg MPhil and PhD) programme at Westminster, you will be required to meet the English Language requirements and will typically have one of the following qualifications:

  • Bachelor Honours degree with at least C from a recognised institution in New Zealand. Students applying for postgraduate courses requiring a UK 2:1 degree will need B and above, and those applying for a course requiring a UK First Class degree will need A and above
  • Holders of a 3 year Bachelor degree (Ordinary) may be considered for entry onto a postgraduate diploma or onto a Masters course with very high grades and relevant work experience

If your qualification is not listed please contact the International Office.


Visits to New Zealand

At present there are no visits to your country.

Please check back at a later date.

"The best thing about the course is the Polyclinic, where you get to put into practice, within a supportive environment, everything you’ve learnt. I enjoyed interacting with the tutors and lecturers, they all came from a practitioner background with years of experience so there were always interesting and informative discussions to be had."
Steve McCulloch – BSc Chinese Medicine: Acupuncture

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101 New Cavendish Street
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