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Ibrahim Eren, a Media Management MA graduate, has recently been appointed Director General of Turkey’s public broadcaster Turkish Radio and Television (TRT).

‘Clearing’ and ‘stress’. Two words that, for most people, go hand-in-hand - but they don’t have to. In addition to the University of Westminster’s free Clearing Toolkit to help you organise your thoughts, here are some bits of advice from across the University to help to beat those Clearing blues.

We have collected eight fun facts about the University of Westminster that may surprise you.

Leaving the end-of-the-year exam period behind, the University of Westminster is proud to look back on the 2016/17 academic year which was yet again full of successes and surprises. Enjoy a selection of our highlights in no particular order.

The Chevening South Asia Journalism Fellowship Programme for 2018-2019 at the University of Westminster, designed for promising journalists from South Asia, is now opening the application window until 27 September for a March 2018 start.

Professor Adam Lazowski, teaching at Westminster Law School, attended two international conferences where he delivered presentations discussing trading options between the UK and the EU after Brexit as well as the rule of law challenges in Central and Eastern Europe.

Claire Tranter, Visiting Lecturer in the Department of Psychology at the University of Westminster, who was announced recipient of the highly competitive BPS POST Postgraduate Award last year, has now successfully finished her Fellowship by publishing a briefing note on migration.

Students from the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment have drawn the 2016/17 academic year to a successful close earning recognition in a wide range of external awards.

Peter Paduh, a graduate from the Computer Science BSc Honours course and founder of innovative social enterprise Socialbox.Biz, has recently been nominated as the Tech CEO of the Year at the forthcoming 2017 UK Tech Awards.

Professor Michael Neuman, teaching Sustainable Urbanism in the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, has co-developed the organisation of a two-week sustainable urban design workshop in Florence in June. He was joined by Westminster students who presented their ideas to local authorities in connection with sustainable urban developments for...

Pamela Jankowska, who graduated from the Interior Architecture BA Honours course this year, received two awards in the Architects for Health Student Design Competition, while a fellow alumna, Christina Matay, had her project Highly Commended in the London Design Award category.

Westminster Skills Club has introduced its first Film Summer School workshop for budding filmmakers aged 16-17 years old.

Westminster alumnus Gautom Menon is among the 50 most influential Indians on GQ’s list of young innovators, who have challenged the status quo and led change in their country.

The University of Westminster and the University of Rwanda signed a Memorandum of Understanding on 24 July 2017.

Media Management MA graduate Mujde Esin, founder of KizCode, a social enterprise aimed at promoting maths and technology to Turkish and Kurdish girls in Turkey and London, has recently won a Social Entrepreneurship and an Education award at Microsoft Turkey’s Women Leaders of Technology.

Emmy the Great, who studied Contemporary Music at the University of Westminster, spoke to the Guardian about breaking into the music industry and her time at Westminster.

The Act of Killing by Joshua Oppenheimer, Reader in the School of Media, Arts and Design, topped the IndieWire, followed by his documentary The Look of Silence and Asif Kapadia’s Oscar-winning Amy.

Sara Shiku, a student on the Finance and Accounting MSc course at the University of Westminster, travelled to Hong Kong to present her project at an international youth leader conference.

Professor Richard Dorsett, Professor of Economic Evaluation in Westminster Business School reported on the success of the world’s first Social Impact Bond, and the issues for impact evaluation.

World renowned composer Shirley J. Thompson, Reader in Music at the University of Westminster, presents her new one act opera for female singer, speaker, dancer and instrumental ensemble as part of Tête à Tête: The Opera Festival.

A series of seminars and workshops involving industry professionals, employers and specialist speakers, was organised by the Careers Development Centre to help students network and enhance their employability.

The ‘Westminster Working Cultures’ programme held their first trip to Hong Kong, providing students with the opportunity to visit and experience working life in the fast-paced city.

Dr Andrew Smith, Reader in Tourism and Events at the University of Westminster, presented his research on commercialisation at a conference organised to discuss the crisis facing public parks.

Westminster was proud to host the Go4SET finale at the Westminster Business School on Friday 14 July for the third year running. GO4SET aims to inspire young people to pursue careers Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

An exhibition which attempts to offer a realistic and humane perspective of the people affected by the refugee crisis was co-organised by alumni Miholyn Soon and Sassan Salamian, both recent graduates from the Film and Television Production BA Honours course (now Film BA Honours and Television Production BA Honours courses),...

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