Journalism and Mass Communication

Journalism and Mass Communication

Challenging, ambitious and as-it-happens – put yourself at the heart of the story at the University of Westminster.

Courses

Known for our combination of pure, practice-led and applied approaches, and for using our knowledge for the betterment of society, we offer PhD, MPhil, DProf and MRes study. We can provide you with guidance on how to write your research proposal and our entry requirements for a Research Degree.

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Why Westminster?

Gain new skills

Our courses equip you with the skills to succeed in newsrooms, print journalism, public relations, radio, broadcast media and more.

Top location

Westminster's location in the UK's media capital has helped us develop strong links with industry. You will be taught by professional journalists, many of whom are active in their field.

Employability

Overall, our courses aim to give you skills that will make you employable, and to help you develop the kind of creativity and flexibility needed to gain work in the modern media business and creative industries.

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Journalism and Digital Media

Journalism and Digital Media

Challenging, ambitious and as-it-happens – put yourself at the heart of the story at the University of Westminster.

Courses

Why Westminster?

Gain new skills

Our courses equip you with the skills to succeed in newsrooms, print journalism, public relations, radio, broadcast media and more.

Top location

Our location in the UK's media capital has helped us develop strong links with industry. You will be taught by professional journalists, many of whom are active in their field.

Careers

Recent graduates are working at Sky TV and Online, ITN, BBC Radio current affairs, BBC TV News, Online and World Service, LBC News radio, The Guardian, Financial Times, Daily Telegraph and Elle magazine.

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Fashion

Fashion

Fashion leaders of the future start their journey at the University of Westminster.

Courses

Why Westminster?

Industry-focused fashion courses

All our fashion courses are designed to meet the current and future needs of the international fashion industry.

Recent graduates include London Fashion Week designers Claire Barrow, Roberta Einer, Katie Ann McGuigan Liam Hodges and Ashley Williams, while other alumni also include Christopher Bailey, Chief Creative Officer of Burberry; Katie Hillier, Creative Director of Hillier Bartley; Jutta Kraus, Creative Director of Bernhard Wilhelm; and Stuart Vevers, Creative Director of Coach.

Fashion Design graduates from the last 3 years are now working at Versus, Rick Owens, Celine, Loewe, Alexander McQueen, Mulberry, Tom Ford, Erdem, Temperley, Gucci, Versace, H&M, Preen, Anya Hindmarch, Burberry, J.W. Anderson, Norse Projects, Acne, Jacquemus, Paul Smith, MaxMara, Harrods, and Adidas.

International internship programme

Our Fashion courses have exceptional industry connections and an excellent track record of successful internships that have benefitted both students and fashion companies alike. Students gain an enormous amount of specific and transferable knowledge during this period of study. Our internship programme was recently voted the best in the world in the Business of Fashion Global Fashion School rankings.

Our students have recently undertaken internships with the world’s leading fashion companies, including Maison Margiela, Kenzo, Givenchy, Alexander McQueen, Celine, Tom Ford, Marc Jacobs, Alexander Wang, Christian Dior, Balmain, Adidas, Jeremy Scott, Lanvin, and Balenciaga.

Fashion at Westminster

Notable alumni

2017 Westminster Fashion show

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Art and Design

Art and Design

Visits to current exhibitions, projects and events are an important element in our programmes, and the courses make full use of London's exciting cultural and creative environment.

Courses

Known for our combination of pure, practice-led and applied approaches, and for using our knowledge for the betterment of society we offer PhD, MPhil, DProf and MRes study. We can provide you with guidance on how to write your research proposal and our entry requirements for a Research Degree.

Explore the our research areas.

Why Westminster?

Creative opportunity

Taught by active practitioners in a research-intensive environment, you will work alongside students from film, animation, photography, music, fashion, journalism - a unique hothouse of creative opportunity.

Practice and skills

Reflecting the fast-changing opportunities in art, design and new media, our teaching programmes combine the development of professional level studio practice with the acquisition of skills, knowledge and understanding.

Careers

Exhibiting, curating, creating companies, writing, animating, filming, editing, directing, designing, lecturing, researching and teaching; our graduates succeed in all areas of the creative industries.

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