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- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open day on 15th Oct.
- 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.
2 Journalism reviews at University of Westminster
Journalism, BA HonsBy member855656 On 27th March 21 Verified student
Well, I had the best three years of my life at the University of Westminster (2017-2020). I was based at the Harrow campus, outside the town of Harrow which has plenty of shops and good places to eat. Facilities at Harrow campus were great. The library is on three floors, with thousands of books and areas dedicated for private study. The teaching staff who taught me for my degree were all brilliant. All were helpful and supportive and made the lectures, workshops and seminars interesting and engaging. Despite being older than most of the other students (I was at the tail end of my 20s when I started my degree), I found it easy to get along with almost everyone and I met and befriended some really lovely people from all over the world. I am proud of the University of Westminster. No, it isn't a Russell Group uni, but in my view it is hands down the best university in London - in fact, the whole UK. I am so grateful for my time there.
Journalism, BA HonsBy member1049694 On 6th July 20
Lecturers were helpful at most of the time. However, the course content is poor, little variety of optional modules.