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Westminster Business School is a
major provider of high quality business education located in the heart
of London. The Business School has approximately 4,000 students
pursuing a wide range of general and specialist qualifications at both
undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Courses are taught by more than
120 staff members plus a large number of visiting lecturers and experts
drawn from the London business community.
The school is
highly cosmopolitan, reflecting London's demographic diversity and its
role as a host to visitors from around the world. A third of
Westminster's full-time students come from abroad, and every year the
school welcomes hundreds of visiting exchange students from continental
Europe, the United States, Australia, and Japan. Westminster's staff is
increasingly international, welcoming visiting scholars and researchers
from many countries.
Westminster processes a long tradition
of part-time management education for Londoners, stretching back for
more than 70 years. Today, Westminster continues to serve the
development needs of busy professionals from around the world. The
school's strong links with the London business and government community
enables Westminster to bring practitioners and headline-makers into the
classroom on a regular basis. Westminster also offers customized
courses and workshops for business and other clients. The School has a
growing research and consultancy strength in a range of areas,
including Marketing Communication, Human Resources Management, Labor
Market Analysis, and International Finance. Westminster hosts
conferences, workshops, seminars, and other events open to the public
and regard the dissemination of new ideas to the outside world as an
important part of Westminster's function.
University of Westminster is located at London's center, situated in
the well-known West End. Within a few minutes one can be sitting at a
street café, browsing through secondhand book shops on Charing Cross
Road, or shopping at the elegant Regent and Bond Streets. Oxford
Street, which is London's busiest shopping center, is also just around
the corner from the University's Regent Street building. London is a
city of culture and arts. One can enjoy several museums and galleries,
take in world renown theater performances, or watch the street theater
in Covent Garden. Along with New York and Tokyo, London is one of the
three most important hubs of the global economy and, within Westminster
itself, lies the Houses of Parliament--the seat of British Government.
The University occupies three campuses in addition to its Harrow
Campus, which is close to the International Student House and other
international organizations. The University of Westminster is one of
Britain's largest universities, with more than 22,000 full and
part-time students. There are over 3,500 international students
studying at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The Students' Union
runs many societies (i.e. the International Student Society) covering
cultural and religious interests as well as sporting and social
Courses are catered to Business Students. Study abroad students take 4 courses of 3 credits. Internships are also possible.
exchange program is open to all University of Wisconsin-Platteville Business
Administration students. Courses are transferable from Westminster's
Business School to fulfill their degree requirements at Platteville. Students
must be at junior status with a 2.5 GPA, or above. Applicants will also
need their program director's approval and one letter of recommendation
from a Business Administration faculty member.
Housing and Meals
University of Westminster offers two housing options for international
students. University resident halls are the most economical of the two
options. Resident halls also remain open during holidays, which are
typically used as a base for students traveling to other parts of
Britain and Europe while on break. However, some students prefer
private rented accommodations. Private accommodations are more
expensive than resident halls. Westminster recommends two weeks to find
suitable accommodation if one chooses this type of housing. No meal
plans are available at Westminster, so students should budget
approximately $110 per week for meals. It is also recommended that
students consider sharing food and meals with others to help cut meal