The wellbeing of our community is the first priority for the University. We continue to monitor the situation and encourage you to visit the Coronavirus response page for up-to-date guidance.
Please note that we are available for any online enquiries within office hours – Monday to Friday, 9:30 am to 4:30 pm – at firstname.lastname@example.org; and you can also connect with us on Twitter , Instagram and Facebook.
Careers support available at your fingertips
If you require any 1-to-1 careers support, please book a Microsoft Teams appointment* through Engage. Both of our 20-minute and 45-minute consultations are available remotely – bookings for 20-minute consultations open a week in advance, and for 45-minute ones, you can book for up to three weeks in advance.
Appointments with our Placement Teams are also available remotely* – use the online booking system. For any questions or issues, please get in touch with the relevant Placements Team via email.
**Please note that we’re gradually starting to offer some face-to-face appointments on campus as well. When available, you’ll be able to select those from the usual online booking system on Engage.
Ask a Question
For one-off careers questions you can submit your questions via the Ask a Question function on Engage.
Please also be reminded that there are plenty of resources available online to support you in your career journey. For example, if you feel like now is a good time to update your CV and Cover letter, you can use all of the relevant resources provided on this page.
Some employers are arranging video interviews and online assessment centres to job candidates as an alternative to face-to-face selection. So why not prepare by using our online Interview Simulator or practising some psychometrics. There are also plenty of interview resources for you to browse through.
Westminster Employability Award
With face-to-face events being delivered online across the university, we understand that many of you are particularly concerned about completing your core activities-specifically the ‘Attend 3 Careers and Employability Events On Campus’ activity. We are reviewing ways in which we can offer online materials in place of these events, to ensure all students have a fair chance of completing the WEA.
You may also find this FAQ page useful.
For the moment, we will be answering queries via email only and you can send any questions to EmployabilityAward@westminster.ac.uk. We will make all efforts to get back to you as quickly as possible, but ask you all please kindly be patient with us at this time.
Westminster Class Of 2020, 2021 & 2022
Congratulations to all of our students, graduating in 2020 and 2021! You have made it this far and we are really proud of you. Your Careers Team is working on offering you with a tailored support package. To access current support and advice, please visit the Graduate Jobs & Events mini-site and keep an eye on this ‘live’ blog with key resources.
For anything else, please always refer to the Student Hub for the latest information and advice.
As previously mentioned, a new Student Centre has opened in Marylebone campus, allowing you to access all essential student support services in one place. Although we operate a mainly remote service, there are some face-to-face appointments to be pre-booked. Either way, we are available via email within office hours – Monday to Friday, 9:30 am to 4:30 pm – at email@example.com ; and you can also connect with us on Twitter , Instagram and Facebook.
Stay safe and take good care,
Your Careers Team
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