Westfield College

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Former college in London founded as a women's college

About Westfield College

According to Wikipedia, Westfield College was a small college situated in Hampstead, London, from 1882 to 1989. It was the first college to aim to educate women for University of London degrees from its opening. The college originally admitted only women as students and became coeducational in 1964. In 1989, it merged with Queen Mary College. The merged institution was named Queen Mary and Westfield College until 2013, when the name was legally changed to Queen Mary University of London.

What Is Westfield College Known For?

Westfield College is known for it's academic work in the following disciplines:

Westfield College's Top Areas of Influence With Degrees Offered

Who Are Westfield College's Most Influential Alumni?

Westfield College's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of History, Literature, and Mathematics. Here are some of Westfield College's most famous alumni:

Engin Arık
A Turkish physicist .
Aditi Pant
An Indian scientist.
Sylvia Payne
Sylvia Payne
A British medical doctor and psychoanalyst.
Nesta Helen Webster
Nesta Helen Webster
A British far-right conspiracy theorist and author.
Guy Walters
Guy Walters
A British writer.
Malcolm Press
A British ecologist.
Noël Poynter
Noël Poynter
A Librarian and medical historian .
Jane Hawking
A British author.
K. S. Manilal
K. S. Manilal
An Indian botanist and taxonomist.
Hazel Perfect
A British mathematician.
Naomi Lewis
Naomi Lewis
A Poet, author, teacher.
Richard Verrall
A British politician .

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