Congratulations to all of our students, who are graduating this year! You have made it this far and we are really proud of you. Welcome to week 3 of the tailored careers support and resources we’ll be promoting across our entire social media space – we hope you find this useful.

This week we are looking at seeking and securing career opportunities.

We’d advise you to get started with the below:

💡 Overview of the application processes

💡 CV and applications advice

💡 Types of interview questions

💡 Assessment centres

💡 Psychometric tests

💡 Employment advice for graduates with a disability

💡 Job seeking for international graduates 

💡 Postgraduate personal statement advice

💡 Business Planning

💡 1:1 advice or guidance appointments 

Please also be reminded that you can access a newly designed Graduate Jobs and Events mini-site for up to 3 years after graduation. The mini-site is dedicated to supporting all of our recent graduates with their ongoing journey. Start exploring today!

If you’re looking for industry specific guidance or exploring different career pathways, the Ask a Mentor service at the university may be for you – have a read on here.

We will be posting more until week commencing the 6th of July. We will finish this off with practical advice on topics such as employment rights and wellbeing.

If you’re on Twitter, please follow the #WestminsterClassOf2020 trend for the latest career advice and news.

And why not get connected with us on TwitterFacebook and Instagram. You can also get in touch with us by emailing careers@westminster.ac.uk or using the Ask a Question function on Engage.

Congratulations once again!

Anna Dolidze

Anna Dolidze

Student Engagement & Data Coordinator at Careers Team
Anna Dolidze
University of Westminster
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