Fully funded internships for autistic students – employers wanted

The University of Westminster is pleased to be working in partnership with Ambitious about Autism and Santander Universities to deliver the Employ Autism Higher Education Network. We are looking for employers who can offer an eight-week summer internship to an autistic student. Employers…

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How to find work as an online content creator (guest blog from TutorHouse)

How to find work as an online content creator

When I graduated from the University of Bristol in 2019 with a degree in English Literature, I had absolutely no idea what I wanted to do. I’d always loved writing and reading but I didn’t know much about the careers…

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Why You Should Join the Westminster Employability Award

The Westminster Employability Award is a scheme for Undergraduate and Postgraduate students to develop key employment skills and gain work experience during their time at University. It helps you to develop your personal skillset and show employers that you have…

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Rocky road to success!

Hi my name is Yasmin and I am 2020 psychology graduate. While I was already trying to suppress my anxieties of third year and figure out my next steps after graduating, we were hit with a global pandemic. I  felt…

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The Benefits of Volunteering

With the support of the Student Volunteering Services, part of the Careers and Employability Service, each year, hundreds of Westminster students volunteer to support charitable causes that matter to them. So, why volunteer? Are you keen to enhance your skill…

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Coming Soon – New Virtual Skills Academy Events!

Whether you’re part of #WestminsterClassOf2020 or a current student, we are here to support you with a great range of careers-related virtual workshops, webinars and Q&A sessions, helping you to stay positive and maximise your employablity in these challenging times….

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Dealing with Rejection

Dealing with employer rejection can be emotionally crushing and affect self-confidence. It is important to remember rejection is a normal part of the job application process; it does not define who you are. We all agree obtaining a visa is…

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Networking in a nutshell

Only a small number of jobs are advertised, over 70% of opportunities are found word of mouth through contacts. Therefore, networking and building professional relationships with individuals is important. Networking is primarily about what you can do for the contact,…

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Self-assessment & researching career options

Self-Assessment Reflecting on motivations, preferences, values and work style are important, it helps to understand oneself and develop more clarity around career choices. Recruiters will not be impressed if individuals feel confused or vague about future ambitions. They are seeking…

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Communication, Equality, and Workplace Etiquette

Communication & Work Place Etiquette Most large graduate recruiters use assessment centres due to the high volume of applications. This may include group work, presentations, social events, case studies or psychometric tests, with successful candidates invited for interviews. Preparation is…

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