University of Westminster

We started out 180 years ago as the first polytechnic in London and one of the first in the UK, established to educate the working people of London. Today we continue to build on this reputation, helping students from a variety of backgrounds to realise their full potential.

We are the first polytechnic in London and one of the first in the UK, established 180 years ago to educate the working people of London. We have become known for the many ways in which we help our students to realise their full potential, regardless of background.

We support more than 19,000 students on our undergraduate, postgraduate and professional courses.

Throughout your studies with us, you'll have access to a variety of opportunities, tools and resources, as well as dedicated career support, to enhance your employability.

There are also a variety of initiatives and schemes aimed at helping you build your transferable skills, network with potential employers, and prepare for the ever-changing graduate job market.

We provide grounded, holistic education with wide horizons and opportunities, so that people from every background can realise their true potential, contributing to a richer, happier society. Besides, we strive to help students from different backgrounds fulfil their potential.

We are thoughtful and sensitive, supportive and encouraging, making time to talk, especially when the pressure is on. As a University community we are inclusive and united, careful to consider what enables each and every one of us to play our part.


Programs Location
Tourism (Research) London
Tourism (Research) London
Tourism (Research) London
Tourism and Events Management London
Tourism by Published Work (Research) London
Tourism Management (Top-up) London
Tourism Management (Taught) London
Tourism Management (Taught) London
Tourism Planning and Management London
Tourism with Business London


The University of Westminster Halls of Residence are covered by the Universities UK code of conduct for the Management of Halls of Residence.

The Code protects students’ rights to safe, good quality accommodation, wherever they are studying, and makes sure they get the best out of their time living in university or college residences. It outlines everything students can expect from their accommodation as well as their responsibilities as tenants.

The University of Westminster’s Student Accommodation Team can help you with a variety of housing issues. As well as providing University halls of residence, the team can assist you in your search for alternative accommodation. They also offer advice about issues such as tenancy agreements and dealing with landlords.


University of Westminster

115 New Cavendish Street
W1W 6UW London


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