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During the pandemic, a wide range of virtual services have been on offer to students. They include online workshops, online one-to-one appointments with the Careers team, and opportunities to meet employers via various online events.
*These provisions may change.
Career Development Centre
Westminster offers a variety of services including one-to-one careers coaching, CV and application advice and mentoring. Available to all students and graduates for up to three years after graduation.
Westminster Employability Award
Employers want graduates with more than a degree. Students can boost their CV with the Westminster Employability Award, which formally recognises extracurricular activities such as a part-time job or internship.
The University of Westminster’s online careers hub, Engage, provides crucial information to help students with their career, including job listings, information about placements and networking events.
Talent Bank is Westminster’s internal recruitment hub that offers the opportunity to apply for paid temporary and part-time work across all campuses and various departments within the university.
Students are being supported to find volunteer, internship and placement opportunities, in particular online. Many Westminster students have participated in virtual work experience programmes offered through various external platforms.
*These provisions may change.
Many courses offer the opportunity to take part in a sandwich/placement year in industry, assessed as part of the degree.
International summer school opportunities, internships and full-year international work placements are also available.
The Volunteering Service has links with over 300 charities, offering one-off or regular volunteering and student-led projects.
Study abroad for a semester or a year with a partner institution, from USA or Europe to China or Australia.