Third of City of Westminster College Graphic Design Students Bound for top University

Eight students from City of Westminster College’s Graphics and 3D Design Level 3 course have been awarded places at the prestigious University of the Arts London.

The students, making up over one-third of the whole class, have secured offers in a range of different subject areas at the world-leading London university.

Jemima Abedin, Jeremy Calderon-Betu, and Vivian Provasi-Takara have all been accepted by UAL Central St Martins to begin studying Architecture in September.

Meanwhile, Daniel Milton and Weronika Falinska have been accepted to study Graphic Design at UAL Camberwell college and CSM respectively.

Rounding out the successful cohort are Fruzina Huszar, who will be studying Animation, Estera Zainea, whose course will be User Experience Design, and Amora Ahmed, who has chosen to study Illustration.

This rate of success shows how effective the Graphics and 3D Design Level 3 course at City of Westminster College is at helping aspiring artists achieve their goals and plan for the next stage of their careers.

Applications for the next set of places on the course are currently open, but time is limited so all prospective students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible to avoiding missing out on studying this in-demand and valuable course.

Stephen Davis, Group Principal of the United Colleges Group, said:

“I am thrilled to see so many of our talented, creative, and dedicated Graphics and 3D Design students securing places with the University of the Arts London.

“It is a world-leading university and I’m proud to see that their time spent studying with us has prepared them so well for it and has allowed them to move on to the next stage of their education journey.

“I wish all our students heading to the University of the Arts London all the very best and want them to know that their college is incredibly proud of them for their achievements.”


City of Westminster College Art, Design, and Media Lecturer, Alexander Gifford, said:

“It was a great privilege to work with such a diligent and talented group of students and it is a real pleasure to see them flourish in our time together at the college.

“I have been particularly impressed by the way that they have overcome the different challenges that the has pandemic has posed, and learning this resilience is what I believe will make them very successful professionals in the future.

“It will be great to see how their careers progress, and I’m looking forward to staying in touch with them!”