University of Westminster FAQs
How many campuses does University of Westminster have?
University of Westminster has four campuses. One of the university’s four campuses has two sites.
These campuses are:
- Cavendish campus: Site for Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Computer Science and Engineering, and Psychology courses.
- Harrow campus: Site for Art and Design, Fashion, Film and Television courses.
- Marylebone campus: Site for Accounting and Finance, Business and Management, Construction Management and Urban Planning courses.
- Regent campus: Site for English and Creative Writing, Languages, Law, and History courses.
The university’s Regent campus has two sites, one on Regent Street and the other on Little Titchfield Street.
What is University of Westminster's acceptance rate?
University of Westminster has an acceptance rate of 17.24%.
Does University of Westminster enter Clearing?
Yes, typically University of Westminster enters into Clearing.
What accommodation does University of Westminster have?
University of Westminster has four main accommodation sites.
The accommodation sites are:
- Alexander Fleming Hall: For students studying at the Central London campus.
- Harrow Hall: For students studying at the Harrow campus.
- Marylebone Hall: For students studying at the Central London campus.
- Olympic Way: For students studying at the Central London campus.
Each accommodation site allows undergraduate and postgraduate students, depending on where they are studying.
Who is the chancellor of University of Westminster?
The chancellor of University of Westminster is Lady Frances Sorrell. The university's vice-chancellor is Peter Bonfield.