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University of Westminster: London - Direct Enroll Study Abroad & Internships
To make great memories that will last you a lifetime, study abroad at the University of Westminster in central London. Modules from a wide range of subject areas and the chance to join a social programme to maximise your London experience.Pro... read more
The people I met, the places I traveled to were all amazing and life-altering. I became far more adaptable than I thought I could. Alexander Aikman - Queensland University of Technology View Entire Review
It was totally worthwhile. I learned how to be by myself in a new place. A student - Sarah Lawrence College View Entire Review
I learned how to be more responsible and self sufficient A student - George Mason University View Entire Review
My experience abroad was definitely worthwhile. I learned that you can't put too much pressure on yourself to see and do everything because you will just be disappointed. Just take advantage of the opportunities that you can, and give yourself a break sometimes too. While studying abroad, you aren't really a local and you also a... Caelyn Hare - University of Colorado - Boulder View Entire Review
I met some lifelong friends! I also learned so much about the London culture, it I greatly appreciate. I believe my two and a half months in London was very worthwhile. A student - University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa View Entire Review
I learned how to manage everything by myself without the help of anyone. A student - University of Miami View Entire Review
Thanks to the internet, living abroad has become much easier than 20 years ago, on the other hand, it is less an adventure. It was definitely worthwhile. I loved being in London, exploring the city and the habits of its people! A student View Entire Review
It was one of the best experiences I've ever had. Abigail Taylor - Eastern Illinois University View Entire Review
I felt like I was able to really connect with the history of London through all of my museum visits, tours and my Shakespeare: Themes and Presentation class. I especially felt that connection in the Poet's Corner of Westminster Abbey, where I stood among the names of the authors that made English literature what it is today and ... A student - University of Westminster View Entire Review
I learned how to roll with the punches and how to survive living alone. Though I spend a lot of time working on class assignments and really put in a lot of effort in that area, I feel like I didn't really learn much. I learned how to budget my money and how to plan successful trips. I learned how to travel alone and to feel saf... Ilana - Wellesley College View Entire Review
Good chance to have a look into a different education system; living in one of the biggest citites in Europe; meeting people from all over the world; improving my English A student View Entire Review
I learnt how to be more independent and do things on my own. I also think that my level of English has improved A student - University of Westminster View Entire Review
I think that I gained confidence while abroad, so it was definitely worthwhile! A student - College of Charleston View Entire Review
I learned how to be confident in myself! Living in a new country on my own and not knowing anyone was a push outside my comfort zone, but I did it and had a blast. I learned how to travel and manage time with schoolwork and home life in America. I learned the value in seeing other countries and cultures. Going abroad is a great ... A student - University of Wisconsin - Madison View Entire Review
As a longtime traveller I found it inspiring to be able to study as well as catch up with family and friends in a city for an extended period and I gained new insights into London , a city very close to my heart Gina Gascoigne - RMIT University View Entire Review
independence and that it is ok when something does not go your way because something will go wrong at some point. completely worth it Paige Menna View Entire Review
I learned a lot about adapting to new situations- both positive and negative. Ashley Alagurajah - Ryerson University - Outbound View Entire Review
. A student - Universitat de Barcelona / University of Barcelona View Entire Review
I learned how to adapt to new living situations, how to interact best with people who came from different backgrounds and worldviews, it was definitely worth it! A student - Indiana Wesleyan University View Entire Review
My internship went really well and I gained a lot of practical life experiences such as budgeting/travel/independence/etc. In the long run it was worth it yes, but London is not a place I would ever live. Don't go for Spring semester, it rained and was freezing the ENTIRE time. Hailey - Virginia Commonwealth University / VCU View Entire Review
I matured a lot by living in a different continent and having to take care of food/money/etc. by myself. London is a diverse and exciting city with countless opportunities so I had many unforgettable experiences. The friendships and memories I made are irreplacable! A student - Wellesley College View Entire Review
I gained more understanding of the police force and it's history both based in the U.S. and London. A student - Washington State University View Entire Review
I learned a lot about English culture and how to travel. I gained a lot of self-awareness and confidence about my ability to live on my own. It was definitely worthwhile to come! Elena Najjab - Wellesley College View Entire Review
How to live in a foreign Country on my own. Dominic Potuzak - University of Westminster View Entire Review
I learned how to be a apart of a culture that is different than my own. I learned life skills and lessons that I could only learn by living in London. I think it was so much more than worthwhile. I am so happy that I chose to do this. amanda - Pace University View Entire Review
To make great memories that will last you a lifetime, study abroad at the
University of Westminster in central London.
Modules from a wide range of subject areas and the chance to
join a social programme to maximise your London experience.
Programmes on offer – Undergraduate Study Abroad, Graduate Study Abroad, Summer School, English as a Foreign Language.
Located in the heart of London, the University of Westminster provides first class teaching to both undergraduate and graduate students. With class options that include Business, Media Arts, Social Sciences, Finance and Politics, it is not just the culture, lifestyle and opportunities that are wide ranging in the city. With over 19,000 students, including 5,000 international students from over 150 countries, Westminster reflects London’s cosmopolitan character.
Reasons to choose Westminster include:
· Academic excellence – Westminster has a global reputation for the quality of its programmes, boasts excellent teaching quality ratings and world class research groups.
· It is recognised as one of the leading institutions in the UK for student service and support.
· Service Learning and Internship opportunities during study.
· 3 of its 4 campuses are located in the city centre, every amenity required nearby – shops, restaurants, theatres, sporting events and museums.
· London is a hub for students from all around the world. It is truly a global experience for all incoming students.
Program Type(s):Study Abroad
- Academic Year
Relevant Study Subject(s):
- Business Administration and Management
- Communication and Media Studies
- Legal Studies
- Liberal Arts, General Studies
- Architecture History, Architectural Criticism
- Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs
- International and Comparative Education
- Comparative Literature
- Creative Writing
- British Literature
- Historic Preservation
- Museum Studies
- Physical Sciences
- Drama, Theater, Theatre Arts
- Art History, Criticism and Conservation