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Felipe Jimenez, who studied Music Business Management MA at the University of Westminster, has been given the ‘Most Sustainable Business Model in a Cultural Company’ award.

Richard Blair, son of George Orwell, presented this year’s Orwell Prize at the University of Westminster’s Regent Campus on 26 May. The prize celebrates books and journalism which come closest to Orwell’s ambition to ‘make political writing into an art’.

The University of Westminster’s class of 2016 kicked off the graduate fashion show season with a vibrant and eclectic runway show held at Ambika P3 the vast underground space below the University’s Marylebone Campus in Central London.

Senior Lecturer Dr Angela Wright of the Department of Human Resources and Management has argued that the National Living Wage is considerably below the ‘living wage’ paid voluntarily by several hundred employers.

The Royal Mail have issued special stamps to honour the legendary rock group Pink Floyd. Founding band members Roger Waters, Nick Mason and Richard Wright attended the University of Westminster.

Eminent designer Sadie Morgan, Co-Founding Director at dRMM Architects and Design Chair at High Speed Two (HS2), will open the University of Westminster’s architecture and interiors students’ end-of-year-exhibition, OPEN 2016, on 16 June, as part of the London Festival of Architecture 2016.

Meera Lad, a second year Graphic Communication Design BA Honours student, has succeeded in a nationwide graphic design competition.

Students from the University’s Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design (WSMAD) recently got the chance to attend an afternoon of career training sessions organised by the Telegraph Media Academy.

The Department of Property and Construction at the University of Westminster is launching a new Digital Construction MOOC (Massive, Open, Online Course) in collaboration with The B1M.

This year’s Fashion Design BA Honours graduates from the University of Westminster will showcase their debut collections on 26 May 2016 at Ambika P3 in central London, setting the standard for the start of the graduate fashion season.

Historian, archaeologist and broadcaster Dr Sam Willis screened an episode of his new BBC Four series ‘The Silk Road’, tracing the story of the most famous trade route in history, at the University of Westminster’s Regent Street Cinema on Tuesday 17 May.

Researchers from the University of Westminster were part of an international team who have recently published results from a phase I clinical trial of an Ebola vaccine.

Graduates from Westminster’s Film BA Honours course have shown their short films at Cannes and Atlanta Film Festivals.

Co-Founder of drMM Architects, and winner of the 2015 CBI First Woman Award, Professor Sadie Morgan will be joining the University of Westminster as a Professor in Interior Architecture.

Senior Lecturer in Transport Dr Rachel Aldred has been shortlisted for the Economic and Social Research Council’s (ESRC) 2016 Celebrating Impact Prize.

Sigala, who studied Commercial Music BA Honours, at the University of Westminster, has signed a multi-million dollar licence deal with Sony.

Senior Lecturer in Planning, Dr Giulio Verdini, has been appointed Course Leader for University of Westminster’s new Designing Cities: Planning and Architecture BA Honours degree. The course will be running for the first time from September 2016.

Four students from the Fashion Design BA Honours course at the University of Westminster will see their designs displayed at a major new exhibition called Fashion & Freedom that opens at Manchester Art Gallery on 13 May.

Following the success of the field trip to Berlin in 2015, staff members of the Department of History, Sociology and Criminology once again accompanied a group of 29 students to the German capital in April 2016.

Pip Paz-Howlett, who studies Fashion Design BA Honours, has won the BFC Education Foundation BA Scholarship 2016 scholarship from the British Fashion Council.

Dr Steven Cranfield at Westminster Business School was one of the winners at the Emerald Group Publishing’s annual The Emerald Literati awards.

The Institute for Modern and Contemporary Culture at the University of Westminster will host the UK premiere of Immobilité – the first film to be shot using a mobile phone – on Wednesday 11 May at the Regent Street Cinema.

Westminster Business School, in partnership with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, has hosted an exclusive event to hear from women who are leaders in conflict zones.

Urban historian at the University of Westminster, Dr Mark Clapson, was interviewed for the Guardian’s ‘Cities’ column in regards to the growing overseas interest in the new town of Milton Keynes.

An exhibition by University of Westminster graduate Larry Achiampong on teenagers' contemporary identity is now on show at The Gallery at the Tyneside Cinema in Newcastle.