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Scooping an award for best research paper, two Westminster Business School students excelled at the Multidisciplinary International Social Networks Conference held in New York this summer.

The 24-hour tube service will make London’s night time economy prosper, getting workers home safer and quicker, and making the capital even more attractive to international investors, yet there are some issues that need to be addressed, says Dr Enrica Papa, Senior Lecturer in Transport at the University of Westminster.

Construction of the Sir Simon Milton Westminster University Technical College (UTC) has begun on the new site at Ebury Bridge, just a 5 minute walk from Victoria station, with University of Westminster Vice-Chancellor Professor Geoffrey Petts, and Evelyne Rugg, Director of HE Policy for the University, and Chairman and Trustee...

Taking a break from space training after winning the Kruger Cowne Rising Star Programme, Hussain Manawer was asked by the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan to star in a video entitled ‘London’s Legacy’ to welcome the new 24-hour tube, and spread the word that London Is Open!

University of Westminster music alumni are dominating this year’s Hyundai Mercury Prize ‘Albums of the Year’ shortlist.

The Department of Politics and International Relations has expanded its international reach with a new intensive short-burst exchange course taught in Hanoi exploring the politics, development and international relations relating to Vietnam.

When Jim Hirschmann didn’t get the grades he wanted at A Level, he didn’t give up on his university dream. Instead, he saw clearing as an opportunity, and came to the University of Westminster. He then graduated from the Westminster Law School, and became SU President.

Following the enormous success of the 2015-16 University of Westminster Students’ Union (UWSU) sabbatical team who raised the UWSU’s NSS satisfaction score by 7 points in just one year, students have now voted in the new SU President and Vice Presidents for the upcoming year.

MA students from the University of Westminster’s international partner school, the Paris School of Business, spent a week at the Westminster Business School to learn about Brexit, as part of a summer school which is first of its kind.

Westminster Architecture Lecturer Arthur Mamou-Mani was part of the team who brought the world’s first 3D-printing restaurant to life, with all the food, utensils and furniture 3D-printed from scratch.

Five scholars from around the world have been awarded fellowships at the Westminster Institute for Advanced Studies (IAS) during the academic year 2016/17.

Westminster English Lecturer Dr Gwilym Jones’s book Shakespeare’s Storms is the winner of the 2016 Shakespeare’s Globe Book Award and the academic will hold a public lecture on the topic on 6 October, Globe Education announced.

The Department of History, Sociology and Criminology hosted a meeting of the Education, Mobility, Lifelong-Learning and Training (EMLT) project with partner universities in Turkey, Czechia and Germany. The project is funded by Erasmus+ and brings together academics and Turkish Ministries of Commerce and Lifelong-Learning to evaluate the education and skills...

This summer the University of Westminster’s Department of Biomedical Sciences welcomed 10 school pupils on campus to learn how to examine human cells and diagnose cancerous properties in a laboratory setting, helped by prominent Westminster researchers.

Samuel Stevens, who graduated from the University of Westminster in June with a first-class degree in Politics and History, has been chosen to undertake an internship with a charity in Peru which works to improve the country’s low-income communities’ access to medicine, education and development opportunities.

To reinforce the University of Westminster’s commitment to being a globally engaged institution following the UK’s Brexit result, the University has launched #WestminsterWelcomesEU, a social media campaign aimed at welcoming all students and colleagues from Europe now and in the future.

Four Westminster Law School students were chosen to attend a European Union-funded international human rights summer school in Vilnius, Lithuania, which took place between 19–27 July 2016.

Research carried out by Dr Saki Raheem from the Department of Life Sciences at the University of Westminster and Professor David Warhurst from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine makes an interesting and valuable contribution to our understanding of structure-activity relationships with respect to resistance in 4-aminoquinoline antimalarials,...

The University of Westminster’s Talent Bank team held its first community event encouraging students, staff and professional speakers to network with one another.

Seventeen students from Johns Hopkins University (JHU), Maryland have just completed a two-week London onsite seminar at the University of Westminster.

Dr Lindsay Bremner’s Monsoon Assemblages project which received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme is offering two full-time PhD Studentships.

Illustrator and University of Westminster BA Illustration graduate Camilla Perkins’s art work was featured in the Guardian’s art and design section.

The editors of Town Planning Review have chosen ‘Measuring Sustainability’ by Professor Michael Neuman and Stuart Churchill, as the best paper in Volume 86 Issue four for 2015.

BA Photography student Rosario Glorioso has put on a photography exhibition entitled ‘The Regulars’ featuring portraits of customers of a restaurant where he works as a waiter.

Professional Practice in Architecture RIBA Part III student Tom Haworth has won the Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) Student Competition 2016 for his essay “Work Placements For The Student’s Benefit, Not Their Employer’s.”

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