Inclusive Futures Careers Fair

9 October 2019

The University of Westminster Inclusive Futures Careers Fair will provide an on-campus and digital platform for a dialogue between students and industry that focuses on embracing diversity and promoting the inclusive recruitment and development practices of the future, whilst showcasing our diverse student community.

It is a fantastic opportunity to engage with talented students from the Westminster Business School and School of Computer Science and Engineering, but also including students from a wide range of other schools.

You will have a chance to promote your business, seek the best candidates for your vacancies, placements and other internships as well as network with your industry peers.

In addition to the recruitment fair, Inclusive Futures will give Westminster students a platform to reflect on and discuss inclusive recruitment practices through a series of presentations and panel discussions.

The University of Westminster is home to over 18,000 students from 169 nationalities, speaking 150 languages. They are one of the most diverse, multicultural student bodies in the world, able to bring individual skills and talents to new employers. 

Date: Wednesday 9 October 2019

Time: 11:00am – 5:00pm

Location: Marylebone Campus (35 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LS)

Bookings have now closed for the fair.

If you are interested in attending please email the Recruiter Engagement team at employerliaison@westminster.ac.uk with a request to be added to a waiting list.

Cost: There is no charge to attend the fair, but with your help we aspire to develop our students’ employability by inviting you to make a donation to The 125 Fund.

If you have any questions please contact employerliaison@westminster.ac.uk or call +44 (0) 203 506 6366.

To attend our events or use any of our employer services you must meet our Terms of Service (pdf).

Would you like to attend any other events on campus?

We will also be holding a number of other careers events throughout 2019/20 academic year including the Property and Construction Fair on 10 October, the Biosciences Careers Panel & Networking event 30 October and are happy to host employer drop-ins and presentations subject to academic needs and in conjunction with the relevant school

For more information please visit: Raise your profile on campus.

The 125 Fund

The 125 Fund is a matched funding opportunity which gives all students at the University of Westminster the opportunity to apply for funding for projects and activities which enhance their employability and professional development.

Students can apply for grants of between £150 and £2,000 to:

  • Help them purchase new equipment
  • Develop a project that is relevant to their studies, or
  • Aid with their personal or professional development

Every donation we receive this year will be matched pound for pound by the Quintin Hogg Trust, enabling us to create a transformative fund for the benefit of our students.