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A newly established mentorship programme will involve leading professionals from the Guild of Entrepreneurs to provide guidance and mentorship to six students from the Digital and Interactive Storytelling LAB MA (disLAB) course, leading up to the production of a short film with the mentor as a subject.

Emeritus Professor Peter White has contributed to new guidelines for making new urban developments bus-friendly.

Asia Muci, who graduated from the Media Management MA course at the University of Westminster with Distinction, was appointed to the role of Sales Executive at the Independent Film Company.

Over 9000 hours of extra-curricular activities completed by children at the Westminster Children’s University were celebrated at their graduation event, held at the University of Westminster’s Regent Street Cinema, with special guest Michael Rosen.

Today's University of Westminster BA show marks the first time that an undergraduate course has been invited to show on the official London Fashion Week schedule.

On 9-11 February, the University of Westminster hosted for the fourth year running the National Student Pride 2018 event which this year focused on homeless LGBTQ+ youth.

Following the Richard Antwi Scholarship’s launch in November 2017, the Friends Of Richard Antwi and University of Westminster have announced that applications are now open for the 2018/19 academic year, while also confirming that the scholarship will be available annually until at least 2023.

A collaboration project between the University of Westminster and charitable organisation Friends of St Mark’s Hospital culminated in an exhibition to brighten up hospital spaces.

Dr Daphne Economou, Mobile User Experience module leader, is working in partnership with digital industries providing students with an insight into the professional world, enhancing their employability skills.

In collaboration with National Student Pride, and to mark the beginning of LGBT History Month, the ‘What it Takes’ event series discussed ‘What it Takes to be LGBTI and Proud with a panel of alumni speakers from a diverse range of LGBTI backgrounds.

Eleven students from the Fashion Design BA Honours course have been selected by a panel of industry professionals to show their work at a show during London Fashion Week.

The University of Westminster is offering new scholarships for prospective students and has streamlined its scholarship application process.

The Difference Festival, running from 26 February to 3 March, is a week-long series of events highlighting the diverse and innovative learning, teaching and research which take place in the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities at the University of Westminster.

Dr Mohammed Gulrez Zariwala, Senior Lecturer in Physiology at the University of Westminster, has been chosen to develop a new multi-nutrient supplement in a ground-breaking form that is set to revolutionise the way the nutrients are absorbed in the body.

The Duchess of Cambridge wore a coat designed by Westminster Fashion alumna and Swedish designer Ida Sjöstedt on her Scandinavian tour.

Five North-London schools joined together with the University of Westminster's Fabrication Lab, Aberrant Architecture and local arts centre Artsdepot to create a structure that allowed students to tell their story through design.

On 22- 23 January, the University of Westminster launched a new Employability Hub allowing students to come and discuss skills development, work experience and overseas opportunities at one dedicated space at the Marylebone Campus.

Dr David Dunkley Gyimah is joining the School of Journalism at the University of British Columbia (UBC) as its Asper Visiting Professor, taking more than 30 years of experience in video and multimedia journalism with him.

The Chevening Alumni Association of Punjab hosted a panel discussion on “The Role of Media in Conflict” taking place at the Lahore College for Women University and in collaboration with the Lahore College Media Department.

Guests from across Parliament and the Higher Education sector gathered for a reception at the University of Westminster inside a high-tech accessible classroom, the so called Sticky Campus learning space.

Dr Rachel Aldred, Reader in Transport in the Department of Planning and Transport at the University of Westminster, was part of the expert panel which appeared at the London Assembly’s meeting to discuss cycling infrastructure and necessary actions for its improvements.

Research published by Professor Damien Ridge and Professor David Peters from the University of Westminster on the increasing pressures GPs face in the workplace, was one of the top two most popular articles from 2017 in the British Journal of General Practice.

After getting the chance to present their research at the Second International Symposium on Gender, Law and Constitutions, the formal report of the research project, carried out by students Livia Schmidt and Manvir Grewal, was published on the UN Women website.

Westminster Business School has launched the Entrepreneurship Bursary Pilot Programme alongside the Mayor of London and Haringey Council supporting local entrepreneurs.

Dr Godfrey Kyazze and Professor Taj Keshavarz from the Department of Life Sciences were recently awarded a Newton Fund Institutional Links grant to develop microbial fuel cells for wastewater treatment and reuse.

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