The societies we live in and the political regimes that control them are undergoing dramatic and, for some of us, frightening changes at the moment. One of the great things about university study is that it teaches us how to think, how to question and how to prepare for an uncertain future in politics, international relations, society, crime and legislation, global communication…
The Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities is therefore delighted to welcome all staff and students of the University, as well as members of the general public, to The Difference Festival: a week of free talks, presentations and debates on the big issues. In the week beginning 27 February you can enjoy a rich menu of events at our Regent Street Campus, at lunchtime, late afternoon or in the evening.
Check out the website for the full programme, where you can also register to attend and ensure you have a reserved place: www.westminster.ac.uk/difference-festival
Use the expert feedback to perfect, develop your confidence and meet potential employers!
Thursday 26th January 2017, 6:30pm-8:30pm, MG14 (Marlyebone Campus)
Several different employers will be available to hold ‘speed’ interviews with students followed by a CV advice session led by industry professionals.
This event is open to all students from the Architecture and Built Environment Faculty and aimed specifically at those on property, planning and construction courses. Students seeking work
placements and graduate employment in 2017 will find the event particularly useful.
Places are limited to 75, therefore please register for this event at:
From Monday 9th January 2017 the ABE Registry Counter will re-open for Semester 2 with new hours.
From Monday 9th January 2017 to Friday 20th January 2017 will be open at the following times;
Monday – Thursday: 10am-2pm
From Monday 23rd January onwards the Registry Counter will be open;
Monday – Thursday: 11am-3pm