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. 

Screenshot of students taking part in virtual Westminster Working Cultures UK programme

Attending WWC Professional events will give you a chance to learn from and network with a range of influential and successful Westminster alumni who left the UK after graduating to transition back and establish themselves professionally in their home countries.

Our events explore ways to showcase a degree from the University of Westminster in international settings, CV advice and interview tips, local sector specific information and how to deal with reverse culture shock.

All international students as well as overseas recent graduates from any course across the University are especially encouraged to attend.

Please note: this is an online event. 


Confirmed speakers at our India Career Insights event include, but are not limited to:

  • Jigar Mehta, (MA Marketing Communications, 2009), Co-Founder and Director at Nectwork
  • Mahima Kaul, (MA Communication Policy, 2006), Director, Public Policy at Twitter
  • Rahat Kulshreshtha, (BA Media Studies, Film and TV Production, 2010), CEO at Quidich Innovation Labs
  • Rajat Singh, (MSc Computer Networks & Distributed Computing, 2002), Solutions Architect at Accenture

Please note: this list is subject to change.

How to register

This event is free to attend, but you must register your place in advance. An event link will be sent shortly before the event begins. 

Find out more about Westminster Working Cultures Professional.