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Michael Kiwanuka, who graduated from University of Westminster’s Commercial Music Performance BMus Honours has been nominated in two BRIT Awards 2017 categories – Male Solo Artist and Album of the Year for his album ‘Love & Hate’.

University of Westminster Senior Lecturers Dr Nasser Golzari, and Dr Yara Sharif along with Professor Murray Fraser from Bartlett UCL, received the RIBA President's Commendation Award of Research 2016 for their design projects at Palestine Regeneration Team (PART)/Golzari NG Architects, under the cities and community category.

Under the Shadow, a film directed by the University of Westminster alumnus Babak Anvari, who graduated from the Film and Television Production BA (now Film BA Honours) course in 2005, has been nominated for an Outstanding British Film BAFTA 2017 alongside David Yates and J.K Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts and Where...

The course, ‘Learning in an International Environment’, was delivered at Hanoi University in Vietnam in a two week short burst style for Westminster and Hanoi students to learn together.

Westminster Business School has launched a new cutting edge MBA programme, aimed at preparing future board directors to perform and succeed in today’s high-pressured business world.

Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design's Professor of Innovation and Impact Mitra Tabrizian’s project ‘you don’t know what nights are like?’ commissioned by Art on the Underground, Transport for London, will be exhibited outside Southwark Underground station from January 2017.

Irish-born architect Angela Brady, who obtained her Architecture Postgraduate Diploma Professional Practice (RIBA Part III) at the University of Westminster in 1986, was announced as one of the recipients of Irish Diaspora Awards 2017.

Two recent graduates of Westminster’s Creative Writing: Writing the City MA course have launched a new foundation in India, which exists to eradicate stigma against mental health.

University of Westminster Lecturer Mahammed Bouabdallah uses Twitter to teach Arabic in his classes, reported the New Scientist.

Architect and Westminster alumnus Tim Francis has launched his own design practice, starting with a project to turn a 15 sq metre stone outhouse into a liveable home for his family of five.

Westminster Business School successfully organised and hosted the Royal Economic Society (RES) PhD Meetings Conference from 3-4 January 2017.

Katie Ann McGuigan, University of Westminster BA Fashion Design graduate won the Fashion Scout AW17 Merit Award and will showcase her AW17 collection on the runway at Fashion Scout London.

Jack Snelling who graduated from the Animation BA Honours course and his friend Will Hooper created an award-winning short film about a man’s small world being tainted by the arrival of his newly born son.

Ten new bursaries for the Designing Cities: Planning and Architecture BA Honours course will be available to students starting their course in September 2017 with bursary applications opening on 11 January 2017. The bursaries will entitle ten students to receive financial support worth £2000 each.

Molly De Courcy Wheeler, Master of Architecture (MArch) (RIBA pt II) graduate from University of Westminster’s Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, received a Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Silver Medal Commendation for her project More or Less, Bricks.

The University of Westminster alumnus Eric Agthe, who graduated from the Air Transport Planning and Management MSc course last September, has won the Helios prize for his dissertation about the impact of self-connecting passengers on the hub connectivity at Frankfurt Airport. He was presented with the prize by the Director...

Westminster Employability team was nominated for the Best University Careers Service in the National Undergraduate Employability Awards 2016, which benchmark success across organisations, universities and students in the undergraduate employability market.

Burberry’s 2016 Christmas short tells the story of the founder of the brand, Thomas Burberry and was directed by Academy-Award winning and Westminster alumnus, Asif Kapadia.

2016 was a year full of surprises. What did not surprise was the continuing achievements of our students, staff and alumni communities and that the University remains a global institution in the heart of London that leads the way in global engagement, sustainability and commitment to making our students employable....

The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has awarded Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, Professor of Law and Theory in the Westminster Law School and Director of The Westminster Law and Theory Lab, the prestigious Senior Distinguished Environmental Law Education Award 2016.

The 125 Fund is a flexible fund designed to support student projects and activities to enhance their employability and help them to achieve their full potential.

The University of Westminster’s £2 million refurbishment project of the Harrow Library has now been completed with the ground and first floors renovated and developed to offer more comfortable study space and innovative tools for experimentation and development.

Bioscience students are already carrying out experiments in the Faculty of Science and Technology (FST) project laboratory in the Cavendish Campus, which has been recently refurbished under the management of the Biosciences team leader in the Technical Services Department in FST.

Westminster is one of the fourteen ‘Champion’ Universities across the United Kingdom to commit to the StandAlone pledge and support students who are estranged from their families.

Dennis G. Lucan, current Business Management, Entrepreneurship student won one of 15 places at City Hall as a Mayor’s Entrepreneur Intern.

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