DEADLINE: 29 MAY 2020 (5PM)
The University of Westminster is a publicresearch university based in London, United Kingdom. It is ranked 151-200 worldwide by the Times Higher Education Young Universities 2019, which lists the world's best under 50 year old universities. The Communication and Media Research Institute (CAMRI) is ranked 40th in the world by the QS World University Rankings 2018. The university is a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities, the Association of MBAs, EFMD, EQUIS, the European University Association and Universities UK. Alumni include a Nobel laureate in Medicine, the inventor of cordite, heads of state, politicians and mayors, Olympians, scientists, BAFTA and Oscar winning filmmakers, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees, Grammy Award winning musicians, journalists, and poets.
The University of Westminster is organised into three colleges and twelve schools, within which there are around 65 departments and research centres:
College of Design, Creative and Digital Industries, incorporating the School of Architecture and Cities, the School of Computer Science and Engineering, the Westminster School of Arts and the Westminster School of Media and Communications.
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, incorporating the School of Humanities, the School of Life Sciences, the School of Social Sciences and Westminster Law School.
Westminster Business School, including the School of Applied Management, the School of Finance and Accounting, the School of Management and Marketing and the School of Organisations, Economy and Society.
The University is also home to the institute for Modern and Contemporary Culture, the Centre for the Study of Democracy and the Policy Studies Institute.
The university offers one full scholarship program for international students. However, before applying for the scholarship, candidates have to apply and obtain university placement. To view the courses available at this university, use https://www.westminster.ac.uk/course-search and then speak to the enquiries team at email@example.com about courses that interest you, and they will be able to assist you with the application and admission process.
The university offers multiple scholarships, but only one full scholarship program for international students, i.e. the Westminster Undergraduate Full Scholarship. This is a full scholarship that covers full tuition fee award, accommodation, living expenses and flights to and from London. The scholarship will be renewed each year subject to satisfactory academic performance. If you are awarded a full scholarship or a full fee scholarship you will not be required to pay the 4,000 pounds international student deposit and your admissions office will be notified of this.
You must be an international student from a developing country
You must hold an offer for a full-time undergraduate course.
You must have proof of academic excellence, financial need and development potential.
As part of your application, you have to provide the following information about your eligibility:
A list of personal, profession and or academic achievements, prizes, awards
How your education background and experience relate to the course you want to study, and what you expect to gain from this course
Your career aspirations and how you plan to contribute to your chosen field in the future, as well as a detailed development plan on how you intend to use the knowledge and experiences gained through the course to contribute to development of your country
Before you can apply for a scholarship, you must first apply for and hold an offer on a course at the University of Westminster. Once you hold either a conditional or unconditional offer on a course, you will be provided with a confirmation email by the admissions office. At this point, you may apply for a scholarship. Most offers of scholarships will be made conditional on students achieving required grades, which are usually of a higher standard than the entry requirements for the course.
As well as completing the relevant Scholarship application form, you will need to provide the following supporting documentation:
A copy of the letter/email from the University of Westminster confirming your conditional or unconditional offer of a place on your chosen course.
An official copy of your transcript from your most recent/current academic study.
A reference letter written specifically in support of your scholarship application, written by a previous tutor, professor, academic or employer (where relevant to your chosen degree course) and cannot be the same reference provided as part of your admission application.
Applying for one of our undergraduate courses is simple – just click on the red 'Apply' button at the top of our course pages. You will be directed to the UCAS website (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) to make your application. Everyone applying for a full-time degree must apply through UCAS - this includes international students. On the UCAS website, you will fill in a UCAS application form and choose a maximum of five courses and five universities. You can save your UCAS application at any point and return to it later. Universities will not be able to see where else you've applied until after they've made you an offer. Full details on completing your application are provided on the UCAS website.
To fill out your application, you'll need:
UCAS codes for the courses you're applying for. You can find these codes on the relevant course pages, next to the red 'Apply' button.
UCAS institution code for the University of Westminster - W50
Evidence of any existing qualifications and also any predicted results
A personal statement
Your personal statement gives you the chance to explain why you're interested in courses offered at the University of Westminster, why you'll be a great student, and why the university should choose you. The final UCAS deadline is 30 June 2020.
Entry requirements are different for every course, so please check individual course pages for the grades you will need. For international students, please first check the entry requirements tab on the course page, if your qualifications are not listed please check our country pages or contact our course enquiries team at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you do not meet the normal requirements of the programme, please contact course enquiries, as we may still be able to consider your application.