Students can find out what’s going on in the property and construction
sector, get careers advice from leading employers and
discuss possible graduate and placement opportunities at a Careers Fair on Thursday 27th October 2016.
To be held at the Marylebone Campus, between 4:30pm and 7:30pm, the fair will begin with presentations from prospective employers in the Hogg Lecture Theatre. This is followed by a networking event on the Learning Platform featuring over thirty organisations.
The Outward Mobility Team is organising the Just GO! fair between the 3rd-10th of November. Sign up for presentations and workshops now:
Students who do not have individual exam arrangements already in place (and included on their Learning Support Entitlements form) must contact Disability Learning Support (DLS) and provide evidence of their disability before Monday 21st November 2016. Documentation should be scanned and emailed to DLS@westminster.ac.uk.
It would also be useful if the students could briefly outline the type of individual exam adjustments they think they are to entitled to.
Please note, it can take up to two weeks for DLS to put arrangements in place for students, so all documents need to be sent before the above deadline.
If students have already provided evidence to Disability Learning Support (DLS) and are on the waiting list to see an adviser, they do not need to send info again – DLS will be in touch in due course to discuss the exam arrangements.
A leading construction technology company, COINS Industry Solutions, has launched a global competition to search for innovative ideas that can be applied to the construction industry and the built environment. Watch the competition video to find out more.
You could win a paid internship, cash prizes, professional experience and in some cases R&D funding as well as exposure to leaders from some of the country’s biggest names in construction.
The COINS Construction Industry Grand Challenge is open to any discipline that is relevant to the wider industry, including architecture, engineering, computer science, construction management, sustainable development and much more.
Your idea should be focused on New & Emerging Technology, Sustainability or Leadership.
Start working on your idea now and submit before Friday 16 December to be in with a chance of winning.
All finalists are invited to the COINS Construction Innovation Conference & Exhibition as well as the Grand Challenge Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony in London in February 2017, where the winners will be announced.
If you have any questions about the competition please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Coursework Lobby remains open and is unaffected.