Students attend audience with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon
1 March 2016
The function, hosted by United Nations Association-UK (UNA-UK), was held at London's Central Hall, Westminster, where the first UN Secretary-General was appointed 70 years ago.
During his address, Ban Ki-moon commended the UK’s involvement in global UN initiatives spanning over the last 70 years of the United Nation’s existence, including humanitarian aid, engagement with UN peacekeeping troops and weapon treaty controls.
The audience of over 2000 people included students, civil servants and business representatives.
The University of Westminster is a member of the UNA-UK, which enables students and staff to be invited and participate in UN-related events. The previous year's event saw students meeting with the former head of the UN Development Project, Baroness Valerie Amos.
About Westminster Business School
Westminster Business School, University of Westminster, is one of London’s leading centres for professional business education. The School offers a wide range of undergraduate, postgraduate and professional programmes, including the AMBA accredited MBA.
All of our degrees are professionally focused and prepare students for working in their chosen careers. Alongside our quality courses, students have opportunities to enhance their practical experience through internships, professional placements and study abroad. Our central London location provides strong links with the business and government communities enabling us to bring practitioners and experts into the classroom on a regular basis.
We have a diverse student population which reflects London’s demographic variety and every year we welcome hundreds of students from Asia, Australia, continental Europe and the United States. We also have visiting scholars and researchers from all over the world. Although we are a school with a strongly international outlook, we also offer a range of part-time qualifications for working professionals.