NCUK expands London offering with the University of Westminster


Leading international pathway provider, NCUK, is pleased to expand its offering in the UK’s capital, London, by signing a new university partner, the University of Westminster. This will give NCUK students yet more options to join an international university and succeed in their studies and beyond.

University of Westminster

We are delighted to announce our partnership with NCUK, renowned for cultivating students who contribute significantly to the diversity and academic excellence of university communities. We eagerly anticipate welcoming these scholars to the University of Westminster, where their unique perspectives and talents will contribute to the vibrancy and intellectual richness of our academic community.

Dr Karen Jackson, College Director of International Development at the University of Westminster

We are pleased to be adding the University of Westminster to our partner roster. The university is recognised for its commitment to academic excellence and fostering a vibrant, diverse community for international students. The university’s London location will be very attractive to our students who wish to progress to the UK from our pathway programmes in their home country. The University of Westminster has a strong emphasis on global engagement, subsequently positioning itself as a great destination for international students who are in pursuit of a dynamic and enriching educational experience.

Holly Searson, Head of University Partnerships at NCUK

Staff from NCUK and the University of Westminster

(Pictured from left-right: Adam Connor – Head of Business Development – UK & RoW at NCUK, Suzanne Bartlett – University Partnerships and Placement Director at NCUK, Dr Karen Jackson – College Director of International Development at the University of Westminster, Stephen Wallis – Head of Transnational Education at the University of Westminster and Holly Searson – Head of University Partnerships at NCUK)

The University of Westminster will accept all NCUK qualifications, including the English for Academic Purposes (EAP), International Foundation Year, International Year One, International Year Two, and Master’s Preparation.

NCUK was founded initially by universities in the UK to provide access routes for international students into higher education. Trusted by over 50,000 students and 50+ universities, NCUK puts its students first, empowering them to choose the right path to achieve their academic goals.

For more information about the partnership opportunities with NCUK, please get in touch with Holly Searson, Head of University Partnerships, at

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