3-module and 6-module programme

Who is this information for?

The following module information and catalogues are for undergraduate students who will be studying on our:

  • one-semester, 3-module programme (up to 60 UK credits)
  • full-year, 6-module programme (up to 120 UK credits)

This includes:

  • EU students, who may study for one semester only, taking a maximum of 3 modules.
  • Internship programme students, who must take the Personal and Professional Development module plus 2 free-choice modules.

Programme costs and dates

You will find details about the application fee, tuition fees and accommodation costs on our Programme costs page.

Semester start dates and other important dates are on our Programme dates page.

Choosing your modules

To browse the available modules and make your selections, you will need to follow the steps below.

  1. Download the application form.
  2. Download the module catalogues from the table below.
  3. Choose 6 modules from the Faculty module catalogues below for each semester and list them on the application form in order of preference – 3 preferred modules and 3 alternative modules, in case your top choices are full or otherwise unavailable. Note: If you are studying for the full year, you must choose 6 modules for each semester, ie 12 in total.
  4. If you are studying for one semester, check that your preferred module choices do not exceed 60 UK credits (12 US credits/12 Japanese credits/30 ECTS). This normally equates to three modules, but there are exceptions.
  5. If you are studying for a full year, check that your preferred module choices do not exceed 120 UK credits (24 US credits/24 Japanese credits/60 ECTS). This normally equates to six modules, but there are exceptions.
  6. If you are selecting Level 5 or 6 modules, check in the module catalogues whether the modules have pre-requisites. You will not be expected to have completed the precise pre-requisites, but you must have studied a similar course or module in your home country.
  7. If you are selecting any Media, Arts and Design or London Studies modules, check the "Media, Arts and Design portfolios and London Studies information" instructions below on portfolio submission and maximum modules you can take.
  8. Get approval for your module choices from your home institution, to ensure you have approval for credit transfers.

 

For practical modules at Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design, evidence of capability in each discipline you are interested in (demonstrated through a portfolio) is an important part of the admissions process and must be submitted at the time of application.

For details of what your portfolio must include, please download the portfolio submission guidelines for study abroad students PDF.

In addition, students are restricted to taking:

  • a maximum of 2 practical modules in each semester from Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design
  • a maximum of 1 module from the London Studies Portfolio

Fashion Industry

There are a limited number of places for study abroad students on modules from the Fashion Buying Management and Fashion Merchandising Management degree programmes.

With the exception of 4FAMN005W London Fashion in Semester 1, these places are restricted to study abroad students who are majoring in Fashion at their home institution.

Note that modules from the Department of Fashion can only be selected at the time of application and cannot be registered for during the Orientation period.

Module catalogues

Please note that the following study abroad module catalogues are issued on the express condition that all matters in them are subject to change from time to time. In particular, while the University of Westminster will use all reasonable endeavours to deliver courses, programmes of study and other educational services, circumstances may change.

The University of Westminster reserves the right at any time to vary the content and delivery of courses, to change the location of courses and modules, to discontinue or combine courses, or to discontinue services, if such action is reasonably considered necessary by the University of Westminster.

Faculty Teaching location Subject areas Module catalogues
Social Sciences and Humanities

Regent Campus. central London, which comprises:

  • English, Linguistics and Cultural Studies
  • History, Sociology and Criminology
  • Law
  • Modern Languages and Cultures
  • Politics and International Relations
Westminster Business School Marylebone Campus, central London
  • Accounting, Finance and Governance
  • Business Information Management and Operations
  • Economics and Quantitative Methods
  • Human Resource Management
  • Leadership and Professional Development
  • Marketing and Business Strategy
Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design Harrow Campus, north-west London (Travel Zone 4)
  • Animation
  • Contemporary Media Practice
  • Fashion
  • Graphic Communication Design
  • Illustration
  • Imaging Art and Science
  • Journalism, PR and Advertising
  • Mixed Media Fine Art
  • Music Industry
  • Radio and Digital Production
  • Television
Science and Technology Cavendish Campus, central London
  • Biomedical Science
  • Computer Science
  • Life Sciences
  • Psychology
Architecture and the Built Environment

Marylebone Campus, central London

  • Property and Construction
  • Tourism

How to apply

Check our study abroad entry requirements and find out how to apply.

Accommodation options for study abroad students

As part of your study abroad experience, you can choose to live in one of the University’s halls of residence.