NOTE: You must submit an application to UVA and your outside program provider. The deadline above is for UVA’s application. The deadline for your outside program application may be earlier. Confirm the outside program’s application deadline on their website.
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Study Abroad in ENGLAND
University of Westminster
About the Program
Live and learn in London at the University of Westminster. With several campuses integrated into the fabric of the vibrant city, it is a truly bustling experience. There are options in everything from art to business so you can find the right mix for your academic goals, plus you can add on an internship for a hands-on resume building.
One of the most cosmopolitan, hip cities in the the world. A major global city with atmosphere of sophistication, with remarkable cultural, historic artistic, political and intellectual offerings. A diverse population with more than 300 languages spoken within the city
Three campuses in London's West End: Cavendish Campus, Regent Campus and Marylebone Campus
One campus (Harrow), a state-of-the-art creative campus with space for studios and facilities located a 25-minute ride on the Tube from central London
Study in up to four departments and choose between three or four classes for a flexible schedule abroad
Gain valuable experience through an internship with a wide range of placement opportunities
Excellent facilities, many within easy walking distance of each other in a compact area in the heart of London
Enjoy an active student union offering a full range of clubs and societies, and a sports stadium at Chiswick on the River Thames for rowing, soccer and rugby
IFSA scholarships are primarily need-based and factor in any additional cost your study abroad program might have over home school tuition. The awards are $500 for summer programs, $1,500 for semester programs and $2,500 for full year programs. These scholarships may apply to any IFSA program, with the exception of our custom programs.
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University of Westminster London, England
Student Life If you want to truly experience the thrill of London, consider the University of Westminster. Located in central London, this university of 22,700 is just a short distance from the busy shopping and theatre districts. You'll find an incredibly diverse student population that includes a significant number of Americans.
Get to know your fellow students by joining a society or sports team, or attend the balls, concerts, and other events sponsored by the student union. The university has great facilities; Jimi Hendrix played his first London concert in what is now a Westminster library!
Housing Most students live in one of the five Westminster halls of residence scattered across the city. Your commute to one of Westminster's four campuses may be a short as ten minutes or as long as forty-five minutes.
Courses Westminster's large size allows for a huge range of courses. The university also permits study in up to four departments, which will help you build a flexible schedule that meets your graduation requirements. The course selections in business are outstanding, and the social science program is extensive. The excellent School of Media, Arts, and Design is located on the modern campus in Harrow, just north of London.
Required GPA: 2.8 (4.0 scale) University of Westminster requires a 3.0 GPA for the Media, Art, and Design program.
Terms of study: Fall semester (Sept-Dec) Full year (Sept-June) Spring semester (Jan-June)
Application deadlines: April 15 for fall or full year; October 1 for spring