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Over the weekend of 7-8 February, the University of Westminster’s Marylebone Campus hosted the 11th annual National Student Pride event, with over 1,500 LGBT students from across the UK attending.

The University of Westminster’s WestMUN Society welcomed the Colombian Ambassador to the UK, His Excellency Mr Nestor Osorio, and over 90 delegates and 12 Chairs to its third international conference.

Lewis Wright, who recently graduated from the Television Production BA Honours course, has been selected to attend an unique multi-camera training course created by Directors UK and Creative Skillset.

The University of Westminster has appointed Professor Andrew Linn as the new Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities.

The University of Westminster’s IELTS exam centre expects a large increase in tests following the UK government’s new policy, under which nurses and midwives from Europe need to prove they have the required English language skills to practise in the UK.

65 students from the Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design received Achievement Awards of £1,000 each this year.

Following on from the successful screenings of Fight Club and The Experimenter, the Faculty of Science and Technology’s Psychology at the Movies series will return to Regent Street Cinema on Thursday 4 February, screening the Oscar-winning film A Beautiful Mind starring Russell Crowe.

65 students from the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, who are currently in their second and third year, have been awarded a University of Westminster Achievement Award in recognition of their success in coming top of their undergraduate degree course studies last session.

University of Westminster alumna Meg Dyos has made history as part of the first all-female team and the first four-person team to row across the Pacific.

Starting in September 2016, the University of Westminster’s Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment will launch a new Architecture and Environmental Design BSc Honours degree.

To celebrate Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBT) History Month, the University of Westminster’s LGBT Staff Network will be hosting three engaging events ranging from a cinematic screening to a debate on LGBTQ rights with an international perspective.

At the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment’s Achievement Award Presentation on Thursday 21 January 2016, prize-winning students for 2014-15 were presented with a certificate and a cheque for £1,000 by Professor Harry Charrington, Interim Dean of the Faculty.

Three former international students from the University of Westminster have been selected as finalists in the Education UK Alumni Awards 2016 for their achievements in entrepreneurship and professionalism.

The University of Westminster visited its Indian partner universities and renewed its Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Jamia Millia Islamia University during a recent visit to the country.

Starting in September 2016, the University of Westminster’s Menswear MA will be the world’s first two-year long menswear design course in the world.

Westminster Business School Principal Lecturer (Lifelong Learning), Dr Rebecca Eliahoo, has been elected to the Board of the European Association of Practitioner Research in Improving Learning (EAPRIL).

The University of Westminster has received seven nominations at the Royal Television Society’s 2016 London Student Television Awards.

Vlatka Hlupic, voted one of the most influential thinkers in HR by HR Magazine in 2015, can now add Croatian Woman of Influence Award to her list of accolades.

On Wednesday 6 January, the launch of the 2016 GO4SET Programme took place at the University of Westminster’s Marylebone Campus, home to the world-leading Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment. The programme, which is supported by the University for the 2nd year, aims to inspire secondary school pupils to...

The University of Westminster’s Regent Street Cinema will be hosting the Public Choice Screenings of the 2016 British Animation Awards (BAA) from Tuesday 26 January to Tuesday 9 February.

The University of Westminster and Harrow School Enterprises have joined forces to develop a greater understanding of pop-up events in unique venues and determine the best target audiences in Harrow and the surrounding areas.

Through generosity of the Wates Family Enterprise Trust’s Wates Giving programme, the University of Westminster is delighted to announce ten new scholarships for students embarking on their undergraduate studies across Architecture and the Built Environment (ABE).

Clare Twomey, a British artist of international standing and a research fellow at the University of Westminster, will be marking the Holocaust Memorial Day 2016 by completing her project Humanity is in our Hands.

University of Westminster alumnus Rohit Pradhan has been presented with a Filmfare Award for Sound Design at a star-studded ceremony in Thane, India.

An International Relations and Arabic alumna who uses the medium of film to campaign for social change brings her first documentary about the use of water, incorporating ‘green’ filmmaking methods, to Regent Street Cinema on Wednesday 20 January.

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