- 75Acceptance Rate
- 2Available Programs
- 14000Average Cost
- 90Employment Rate
The University of Westminster is a forward thinking and dynamic place to study. Founded in 1838 it is one of the most diverse and international universities in the UK. Over 5,000 international students from more than 150 countries come to the Westminster every year. The University has sites in central London and Harrow offering an extensive portfolio of short courses, foundation, bachelor, master and PhD programmes through seven academic schools.
Entry requirements vary among courses, but most courses have the folloving minimum standard entry requirements. Any course-specific requirements are described on course pages.
The standard entry requirements for most courses are:
a good honours degree from a recognised university or qualification or experience deemed to
be equivalent (for postgraduate courses)
English Language competency requirements vary among courses, but as a minimum, you will
need the equivalent to an IELTS score of at least 6.5 overall (and minimum 6.0 in each component), TOEFL 92 overall with a minimum of 20 in Listening and Writing, 21 in Reading and 23 in Speaking, PTE Admissions 58 average with 55 in each component, Cambridge C1 Advanced, previously known as Cambridge English: Advanced and the Certificate in Advanced English (CAE): 176 overall with a minimum 169 in each component.
Each of our scholarships has its own set of eligibility criteria which you should check carefully to make sure you are eligible before you apply.
The higher value scholarships are the most competitive, so we advise you to choose carefully which scholarship you apply for based on whether you meet the eligibility criteria and your true level of financial need.
Academic excellence is a criterion for all undergraduate scholarships. As they have students applying from various different education systems from across the world, they do not provide a fixed interpretation of academic excellence; however, your exam results must demonstrate a high level academic achievement in order to be competitive.