We understand it can be hard to decide what to do next after you finish with your studies. During your time at the University of Westminster, you’ll have developed a wide range of skills, knowledge or experience that will make you attractive to employers.
You may want to explore graduate roles which are open to students from any discipline, but if you are looking to pursue a career directly related to their degree subject, we’ve designed a dedicated blog post to offer you with some food for thought. Please see below each course as listed on the university’s website with some guidance from career professionals.
- The Job Profile of an Economist
- Finance – types of jobs and employers; careers in business and finance.
- Accounting – how to get started
- The Job Profile of an Interior and Spatial Designer
- Careers you can pursue with a degree in Architecture
Art & Design
- Types of Jobs and Employers in Business
- Your Guide to Business Degrees and Careers
- What can You Do with a Management Degree
Business Information Systems
Computer & Network Engineering
Digital Media and Games Computing
- What can I do with a degree in Fashion?
- How to get your first job in Fashion Design, by a John Lewis fashion designer.
- What can I do with a degree in History – PROSPECTS
- What can I do with a degree in History – TARGET JOBS
Human Resource Management
- What can I do with a degree in Human Resource Management?
- Human Resources Officer: job description
- Training and Development Officer: job description
Journalism, Digital Media & PR
- What can I do with a degree in Journalism?
- Digital Marketing: Graduate Area of Work
- What can I do with a degree in Public Relations?
Planning, Housing & Urban Design
Politics & International Relations
Property & Construction
- What can I do with my degree in Building and construction Management?
- Construction manager job profile
Television, Film & Moving Image
Tourism & Events
Transport & Logistics
For further advice on your options after graduation, please explore the ‘Your Course, What next?’ electronic resources on Engage. If you are still feeling unsure, please be reminded that you can always book an appointment with a career consultant to discuss your options – and our services are available to you for FREE for up to 3 years after graduation!