The University of Westminster Indian Alumni Network (WIAN) has over 1000 active members and links graduating students with alumni back in India for placement, internship and mentoring opportunities.
Delhi Alumni Committee
The network in Delhi is headed up by a committee of alumni volunteers who are active in organising events, creating networking opportunities and engaging in recruitment activities for prospective students.
Anoushka Kapoor (Psychology BSc, 2018)
A Ken Bird Scholar at the University of Westminster, Anoushka graduated with a degree in Psychology. During her course, she was actively involved with the student forum where she represented year 3 students. She was also a University ambassador and a peer adviser to year 1 and year 2 students.
After finishing her course, Anoushka returned to India where she started her own entrepreneurial venture and became the cofounder of Vedham International. Her organisation has many arms which include Vedham Consulting, Vedham Solutions: providing digital and online end-to-end solutions and Vedham Shoppe: A one-stop shop for all occasion and corporate gifting.
Anoushka is a regular volunteer at the Blind School and also engages in volunteering for teaching the underprivileged children.
Tapasi Sharma (International Commercial Law LLM, 2018)
Tapasi is from New Delhi, India and an advocate. She completed her LLM in International Commercial Law from University of Westminster in 2018. Whilst a student she was also an international student blogger. Tapasi is a people person and loves travelling and meeting new people as well as learning and experiencing different cultures. Her experience at Westminster transformed her into the person that she has always wanted to be. Tapasi is pleased to remain connected to the University as an Alumni Committee member and will always support #LondonIsOurCampus.
- Vikram Mathur (Accounting and Finance, 1982)
- Jigar Mehta (Marketing MA, 2010)
- Akshay Khullar (Computer Animation PgDip, 2007)
WWC Professional - Career Insights: India
Westminster Working Cultures (WWC) Professional offers international students and recent graduates a unique opportunity to learn virtually about the professional landscape, career opportunities and working life in the global labour market and, in particular, that of their home country.
Date: Wednesday 25 November
Time: 1–2.30pm (GMT), 6.30–8pm (IST)
You can find more information and register online on our WWC professional page.
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