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The University has risen to 81st place in the UK in the 2019 Guardian University League Table published today.

A Westminster student has, for the first time, reached the semi-final stage of the prestigious Santander awards, getting closer to winning up to £25,000 equity free funding, mentoring and a funded intern.

On Thursday 24 May, Dr Faith Gordon launched her new book entitled 'Children, Young People and the Press in a Transitioning Society: Representations, Reactions and Criminalisation’.

A new study with contributions from academics Professor Jimmy Bell and Dr Louise Thomas from the Research Centre for Optimal Health at the University of Westminster, shows that specific patterns of fat distribution are linked to the presence of Coronary Heart Disease and Type 2 Diabetes.

From 14-22 April, 12 Westminster undergraduate students had the chance to explore the professional environment of Hong Kong as part of the Westminster Working Cultures programme.

On Friday 4 May, Fashion Design graduate Jasper McGilvray won the ‘Barbara Brinsley’s Carpe Diem’ Award at the iD International Emerging Designer Award 2018.

Released on Friday, the league table celebrated the universities across the globe with the highest percentage of international students.

The Chevening South Asia Journalism Programme fellows hosted a symposium at the Institute for Government to mark the end of their eight-week programme at the university.

Fifteen nominees have been shortlisted for the Westminster Alumni Awards, and now it is up to the public to decide who the winners will be.

Fashion Design student Mekala Fuller has been shortlisted for the International Talent Support (ITS) 2018 taking place in Trieste, Italy.

The Major League Baseball’s (MLB) first regular-season game to be played in Europe was announced at a press conference hosted at the University of Westminster’s Regent Street Cinema.

Two categories, Student Documentary and Student Undergraduate Film, were won by Westminster Film students at the 2018 Learning on Screen Awards.

From 19-28 April, 20 Westminster students travelled to Kigali as part of the Social Entrepreneurship collaborative programme between the University of Westminster and the University of Rwanda.

Professor David Peters and colleagues from the Faculty of Science and Technology will join a collaborative research and development programme as part of a brand new UK initiative project in Indian Traditional Medicine.

Professor Daya Thussu and Professor Hugo de Burgh, from the Westminster China Media Centre, delivered a presentation at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) on the globalisation of the Chinese media landscape.

Shahed Saleem, award-nominated Architect and Lecturer at the University of Westminster, has recently released a new book showing the evolution of mosques’ architecture in Britain.

Criminology students celebrated the collaborative partnership between universities and prisons, and spoke directly to prison governors and the Ministry of Justice with an emphasis on influencing prison education policy.

The contract funds our Air Traffic Management (ATM) Group to run the European Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) for SESAR, the Single European Sky ATM Research project.

In collaboration with Design studio Start, the Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design launched Folio, an online platform for students to share their work.

Westminster Students were joined by students from Iraq for the first time, enriching the experience and cultural exchange between the UK and the Middle East.

Dennis G. Lucan and Slava Baranovskiy have founded the Marylebone Entrepreneurial Club, a community of support and growth where entrepreneurs can meet like-minded people and learn from each other’s experiences.

In March 2018, Sean Durkan, Senior Support Engineer and Omar Albadry, Development Engineer, from GameSparks spent a day at our Cavendish campus giving final year games students insights into the current technology that is powering immersive gameplay.

Two Westminster academics’ research groups, focusing on Artificial Intelligence (AI), were cited in the new House of Lords Select Committee’s report published on 16 April 2018.

On 12 April, the Queer London Research Forum, based at the University of Westminster, hosted ‘Queer Sports: A Roundtable’, an event considering the challenges and pleasures of being a queer sports fan or participant.

Rising to 82 in the 2019 table, the University has climbed 20 places in two years, bucking the London trend.

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