A group of Westminster Law students were taken on a trip to the Pink Floyd exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London on 24 May, organised by the University’s Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities.
On 20-21 May, the University of Westminster hosted the 6th ICTs and Society conference 'Digital Objects, Digital Subjects: An Interdisciplinary Symposium on Activism, Research and Critique in the Age of Big Data Capitalism'.
Designs from alumni Roger Waters and Nick Mason, the founding band members of iconic rock group Pink Floyd, are currently being exposed at a V&A Pink Floyd exhibition entitled “Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains”.
18 students from Westminster International University of Tashkent (WIUT) took part in the University of Westminster Summer School Programme from 2-15 May, run by the Department of Politics and International Relations.
The University of Westminster has teamed up with the Unite Foundation to offer the chance of an accommodation scholarship for care leavers and estranged students starting their first undergraduate course at the University in the 2017/18 academic year.
Westminster students participated in the AlSadi Changing Lives Programme which is a cultural exchange opportunity in Jordan aiming to provide students with a global, life-changing experience. Students also had the chance to immerse themselves in Middle Eastern culture and learning, while also contributing to local communities by volunteering.
Max Marlow, Commercial Music BA alumnus and music intern at the University of Westminster, was offered a job as an assistant to music producer, songwriter and member of rock band Snow Patrol Johnny McDaid.
Travers Smith LLP announced Harry Martin as one of the winners of its 2017 CSR Art Programme for his artwork Zkrys. The competition featured artwork by students from the University of Westminster and Royal College of Art (RCA).
The University of Westminster’s Chantal Mouffe will be chairing the event held from 2:30pm on Friday 19 May that will explore left-wing and right-wing populism in Europe with prominent speakers such as Owen Jones, columnist for The Guardian and political activist.
The University of Westminster was awarded accreditation for six BSc (Hons) courses in the Faculty of Science and Technology and James Linyard, final-year student on the Biochemistry BSc Honours course was awarded a prize as Top student on an RSB accredited degree at the Royal Society of Biology prize-giving event....