While we are unquestionably living through difficult and uncertain times, which make planning and key life decisions much more of a challenge, it’s also an opportunity to reflect on personal priorities and goals: to consider what’s really important, think about how you’d like your future to be, and what you want to achieve.
Going to university opens up opportunities to develop and learn essential skills. Education and research are more vital than ever, as is equipping yourself to stand out professionally.
Studying at a dynamic, international institution like the University of Westminster offers you professionally relevant studies and valuable experience, while also forming a global network of friendships and contacts to support you in your future.
September 2020 Entry at Westminster
If you haven’t already looked in to study options and courses, now’s the perfect opportunity. While we might not be able to welcome you to visit us in person on campus at the moment, we’re still here to answer any questions you may. We’re offering a range of online information sessions about our programmes and student life, and we’re available for questions throughout the week, or happy to arrange individual counselling sessions via SI-UK.
- SI-UK Virtual Support
If you’ve done your research and are ready to apply, but worried about how to submit your application in the current circumstances, SI-UK are offering virtual application support and the whole application process is online. This intake, we’ve even changed our international scholarship process to accept submission via email.
- English Entry Requirements
At Westminster, like institutions across the UK, we’re monitoring changes in education systems around the world and looking to find ways to support applicants faced with exam cancellations and home studying. We’ve already adjusted some of our entry requirements and implemented changes to our English language requirements for anyone wanting to start their studies with us in the academic year 2020/2021.
Additionally we're also offering our Pre-Sessional English course online this summer. Whatever challenges you’re facing, whether it’s obtaining your documents, or wondering whether you’ll be able to take your exams, get in touch and we’ll see if we can find a way to help.
- Westminster and SI-UK
Once you’ve applied and received your offer, remember that you can still get in touch with any queries to make a final decision about joining us. In the coming months, working with SI-UK, we’ll be offering a range of online sessions to answer common questions about starting your studies, visa applications and accommodation. We’ll continue to update all our offer holders on any changes and developments, and you can stay in touch as well and advise us of any changes in your circumstances.
Study at Westminster
The University of Westminster is currently planning for September enrolment, and we hope to be as flexible as possible supporting our international students, no matter what the future holds. We can’t answer all your questions at the moment, but we can reassure you that we’ll keep you informed if circumstances change.
We have a clear, advertised refund policy, an additional January start for some of our Masters programmes and deferral options. So what are you waiting for? Contact SI-UK for more information about our courses and apply today!