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Covid-19 Response

TEACHING MODE:
Blended learning.
OPEN DAYS:
On-campus open day on 18th Jun.
TEACHING NOTES:
It is their intention to remain on campus with facilities and resources open as normal. Students' learning experience on campus includes practical teaching, seminars and workshops, with full access to the universities resources and study spaces as well as online learning and activities. They are strongly encouraging face-coverings to be worn in all shared indoor spaces.
This is the latest available data taken from the westminster.ac.uk website on 18th May 2022. Read all universities responses in our Covid-19 university response article.

6 Cinematics & photography reviews at University of Westminster


Student Review: 1 /5

Photographic Arts, BA Hons

By member565105 On 23rd December 21

I did a BA in photography and and MA in art and visual culture at Westminster. I am an inter rational student and spent 5 years at this institution only to have them take away my 2 year graduate work visa because I had a traumatic injury that needed surgery, causing me to file an MC claim for my dissertation. Despite my circumstance, the u Iberian has offers no support and has done nothing to rectify the situation. This is a huge opportunity for me that is gone. They did not helps students during the lockdown where my entire degree was spent online. Students went through such mental stress and the university did nothing to support them. I am beyond disappointed with me experience, especially after being their student for so long. They don’t care about your career success or wellbeing, they just want your money. It’s a sad truth about education these days and the university of Westminster takes the cake in this one.

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Student Review: 1.8 /5

Photographic Arts, BA Hons

By member957464 On 7th May 21

My personal tutor was very good and made a lot of time to check up on me and see how I was finding my studies, other than that the course wasn’t what it was advertised so I didn’t actually study my own subject for much of the past 2 years

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Student Review: 1.6 /5

Animation, BA Hons

By member856633 On 21st April 21

Honestly, we get access to a programme that is incredibly old, and no longer industry standard. One zoom call a week, if that. And most of the tutors are very bias towards a certain style, and will give you advice on your work, then in the next week you present, will question why you made the change, when they were the ones that told you to make it. I've been here three years, and I honestly wish I dropped out in the first.

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Student Review: 2 /5

Animation, BA Hons

By member631501 On 30th April 18

I felt like I could have learned twice if not 3 times as much in the time I had. It was not at all rigorous and gave me not inspiration to work hard. There was no critiques or sense of achieving anything.

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Student Review: 1.6 /5
By member1128764 On 13th October 17

I've never met a bunch of more toxic and narcissistic and sometimes racist people in my life (photographic arts BA), and hopefully never will again. The staff are good as well as the facilities, but it is a toxic environment like nothing else I've seen.

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Student Review: 3.2 /5

Photographic Arts, BA Hons

By member1225962 On 25th February 17

The Photographic Arts degree is a very interesting arts degree, great teachers, challenging course work. But I've never met more narcissistic people in one place before. The students on that course are toxic.

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