Student Employability Guest Blogs

My experience as a Talent Bank Student Helper – a guest blog by Lucas

Happy Friday! This is the second post to our recently launched new blog series, where YOU, our students, can share your employability experiences (from participating in a scheme like Westminster Working Cultures to how you prepare for an interview)! Last…

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My experience at a Goldman Sachs Insight Day – a guest blog by Haile

Two weeks ago, we hosted an Insight Day with Goldman Sachs as part of the Westminster Working Cultures London (WWCL) programme and put together all of the highlights in a blog. Today, Haile, a 1st year BSC (Hons) Quantity Surveying &…

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Westminster Working Cultures London (WWCL) – Goldman Sachs Insight Day

What is Westminster Working Cultures London (WWCL)? Westminster Working Cultures London (WWCL) is aimed at 1st and 2nd year students from a widening participation background and offers students with an invaluable insight into the huge pool of opportunities available in London. WWCL involves…

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Farewell to the Employability Diary with Nina’s top advice!

Working on this Employability Diary blog series has been a journey in itself, where we listened to excellent career advice from staff and students at the university — from Clare’s practical tips on sustaining one’s career, Diana’s volunteering experiences , Briaa’s…

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Employability Diary – Mailis Merisalu

Happy Friday and welcome to another post as part of the Employability Diary blog series! 🎉 Today we sat down to speak to Mailis, our Office Coordinator, and she gave us some very excellent tips on staying motivated and chasing your…

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Your Careers Service and You: Free Careers Support, Guest Blog Opportunity and More

Your Careers Service and You: Free Careers Support, Guest Blog Opportunity and More

You might be wondering, as part of the alumni community, ‘What has the University Careers Service got to do with me?’ Well, whether you are a recent graduate or have graduated many years ago, we welcome you to take part and engage…

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Employability Diary with Hristina Nabosnyi

This week we bring you the best bits from our discussion with Hristina, our Student Engagement and Projects Officer, as part of the Embloyability Diary blog series. Hristina shared her love for her university years, her passion for working in Higher…

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Employability Diary - Health and Wellbeing with Cherry Goh

Employability Diary – Health and Well-being with Cherry Goh

This Friday Nina and myself sat down to chat to Cherry, our Student Engagement and Data Coordinator! Cherry shares some excellent advice on keeping a positive mindset and practical tips on dealing with pressure, so grab a cuppa, make yourself…

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Employability Diary: Motivation & Career Progression with Clare Adams

Employability Diary with Clare Adams (Part 2)

Welcome to part 2 of the Employability Diary with Clare Adams. Clare is our Careers and Employability Service Manager and, in a nutshell (among many other responsibilities), one of the key people, who make sure we are all looked after…

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Skills Academy: Is disclosing my disability to an employer a good idea?

We understand it can be tricky to know whether or not to inform potential employers about your disability. In this Skills Academy workshop taking place next week we look at why, how and when you might choose to disclose. You will…

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