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Covid-19 Response

QUARANTINE PROVISION:
Not yet specified
TEACHING MODE:
Blended learning.
OPEN DAYS:
Open day on 9 Oct.
TEACHING NOTES:
The University of Westminster is open and excited to welcome students and colleagues back to campus while implementing a range of safety measures. Your learning experience on campus will include practical teaching, seminars and workshops, with full access to our resources and study spaces as well as online learning and activities alongside your on-campus teaching.
This is the latest available data taken from the westminster.ac.uk website on 13th September 2021. Read all universities responses in our Covid-19 university response article.

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3 Politics reviews at University of Westminster


Student Review: 5 /5

History and Politics, BA Hons

By member762134 On 4th September 21

The course is really good as it is focus on modern history and the politics is good because it shows us how the world is

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Student Review: 1 /5

Development Studies and International Relations, BA Hons

By member451346 On 30th September 20

The worst university ever! Don't waste your money there!

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Student Review: 1 /5

Politics and International Relations, BA Hons

By member1332535 On 24th June 18

I am a postgraduate student but in this department, so I have taken modules and am conducting research. I am also an international student, so my prior education experience is outside the UK. Overall, it has been a very disappointing experience at Westminster, from the seminars and supervision I have recieved for my research. I believe there are some systemic issues with the university that is preventing it to becoming a gold standard teaching and research institution and that has to do with the management and leadership of the administration. I had one adminstrator ask me to withdraw and re-apply to the university if I was having problems on my course. There are no academic regulations that require students to do this, however, since there are no regulations, she essentially could advise me to do whatever she wants. In hindsight, as an international student, I was not aware about the university's reputation locally, I would have made different choices when applying.

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