Struggling to concentrate on your coursework and revision over the weekend? Here's a reminder that our libraries are currently open 24/7 and have plenty of study spaces for you to use.

Our Libraries – University of Westminster
Explore London at night with an after-dark bike tour led by the Sustainability Team. #LondonIsOurCampus

Free Night Bike Tour Around London
Free pizza klaxon and other cool things to do in London this weekend! #LondonIsOurCampus

Things To Do In London This Weekend: 25-26 March 2017
Petros Karatsareas, Lecturer in English Language and Linguistics, has received the prestigious Rising Star Engagement Award from The British Academy to assist with his work in improving the quality of language education in the UK. Congratulations, Petros!

Westminster’s Petros Karatsareas receives British Academy’s Rising Star Engagement Award to improve language education
Do you think London is responsibly and strategically investing in its infrastructure? Join the conversation with Professor of Sustainable Urbanism Michael Neuman at the next #WestminsterTalks.

Westminster Talks: The Power of London's Hidden Flows – 29 March 2017, 6pm
What's it like to spend six months studying abroad in Hong Kong? ✈ Hear about the experience from third-year student Abhisek: “I have always had the idea that I wanted to travel all over, eat foreign foods, and lose myself in crazy adventures that would make memories to last me a lifetime.” #GlobalWestminster

Westminster Contemporary Media Practise student visits China, South Korea and Japan
Researcher and Lecturer Manal Mohammed has been shortlisted to present her research to Parliament as part of STEM for BRITAIN. She will present on her investigation into the genetic basis of Salmonella Dublin disease in humans. Congratulations, Manal!

Westminster Bioscientist Manal Mohammed takes her research to Parliament
Today is the Spring equinox / first day of Spring! ☀ And, coincidentally, #InternationalDayofHappiness. What about springtime makes you happy?

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The live, interactive, webinar-type session will be presented by the Course Leader, Michaela O’Brien, and is a great opportunity for you to find out more about studying Media, Campaigning and Social Change MA at the University of Westminster and ask any questions that you may have.

In this innovative Masters, students develop the skills, knowledge and strategic management approach to design...
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Media, Campaigning and Social Change MA Online Info Session

Happy Saint Patrick's Day to all of our Irish students, alumni, staff and friends celebrating today! For anyone who wants to join in on the fun, here are some celebrations happening in London. #LondonIsOurCampus

St Patrick's Day in London
Our online information session will be presented by the Director of the MBA, Dr Kellie Vincent, and is a great opportunity to find out more about the new MBA programme.

Our new generation Westminster MBA is board-focused and designed for ambitious, driven professionals and stands alone as a unique proposition. The programme’s general concept is to enable MBA participants to work with, for...
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Master of Business Administration Online Info Session

Alumnus Jim Kay, who was selected with J.K. Rowling's input to design new covers for the Harry Potter series, has revealed his new cover for the third book, 'Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban'. What do you think, Potter fans? #WestminsterSuccess

New Harry Potter Prisoner of Azkaban book cover designed by Westminster alumnus Jim Kay unveiled
Join us tomorrow, 16 March for a private view of the new exhibition CASEBOOKS, in Ambika P3 at Marylebone Campus. The exhibit features six contemporary artists engaging in a variety of creative formats with one of the largest surviving sets of medical records in history.

CASEBOOKS – Ambika P3, Marylebone Campus – 16 March
Explore our facilities and London location with a campus tour at our Open Day this Saturday, 18 March. There's still time to book in! [ Link ]

See you there. #HelloWestminster
The BFI Flare LGBT+ Film Festival starts this week in London. If you're going, support a Westminster grad with a viewing of alumnus Zeyad Salem's 'Else'. The documentary shares personal stories of transgender and non-binary experiences from around the globe. #WestminsterSuccess

Westminster Journalism graduate’s MA documentary selected for BFI Flare Festival 2017
PASS Week is back to help you prepare for another round of exams and dissertations. Get revision techniques, tips to manage stress, research and writing workshops, and more. Take a look at the timetable of events and register below

PASS Week: Exam and Coursework Support, 20 – 24 March
Józefa Fawcett, Senior Lecturer at Westminster Business School and an international speaker and trainer, received a second award from World HRD Congress for her global work in Human Resources training and development. Congratulations, Józefa!

Westminster academic Józefa Fawcett receives second award for Global Training and Development Leadership
Unsure whether living in halls at uni is right for you? Here's a handy list of pros and cons to consider before you make the big decision. If you're still not sure, reach out to us for a chat: [ Link ] :)

The pros and cons of moving into halls at uni
Join the Institute for Modern and Contemporary Culture in analysing Donald Trump's presidency through the lens of contemporary art, literature and popular culture at 'Cultures of Fear'.

Cultures of Fear: Art, Literature & Pop Culture in Age of Trump

If you often find yourself worrying about zombies or The Hunger Games-like scenarios, you may want to check out Professor Lewis Dartnell's handy science-based tips for surviving an apocalypse.

Seven tips for surviving the apocalypse