Professor Geoff Petts, Vice Chancellor of the University of Westminster, has spoken about the University’s heritage and its future in an interview with The Times Higher Education.

Professor Petts discusses how the University has inherited a strong set of values and the factors which make it distinctive.

He also talks about the University's Learning Futures programme, which is looking at how the learning experience will change to meet the challenges of the future. The Act of Killing and the Regent Street Cinema are also covered, along with the advantages and challenges of the University’s central London location.

Read the full interview.

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