Westminster Professional Language Centre

Westminster Professional Language Centre (WPLC) houses all language courses outside the traditional undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees, delivers bespoke language units to meet specific needs and provides pre-sessional English or in-session academic English courses.

The Regent Campus Experience

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Evening Language Programme

Take a part-time language course in the heart of Central London on the Evening Language Programme.

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Academic English

Read more about our Academic English modules, available whether you are studying at undergraduate, postgraduate or doctoral level.

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International language exams

You can take a range of internationally recognised language qualifications, including IELTS and Cambridge, at the University of Westminster.

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Diploma in Translation

Enhance your career prospects as a professional translator with the IoLET Diploma in Translation.

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Polylang - the University's open language programme

Learn a language as part of or alongside your degree.

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English language support

We offer English language support and pre-sessional English for students.

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Network for languages

Support, advice and networking opportunities for teachers in primary, secondary and further education.

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International

Find out more about being an international student at Westminster or how you can meet our team in your country.

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Open days

Visit our undergraduate open days or postgraduate information evenings to meet our staff and students and to see our facilities.

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Experiencing master’s dissertation supervision - two supervisors’ perspectives

At this evening lecture on 30 June, Nigel Harwood from the University of Sheffield will discuss experiencing master’s dissertation supervision.