This year the Career Development Centre mentored 356 students across three different schemes active in a variety of different sectors. 1,547 students were placed into short-term and year-long accredited placements across all faculties. The dedicated Careers team also contributed to place 98 students in 44 schools to gain valuable teaching experience.
Based on the principles of employability, global engagement and sustainability, the Westminster Distinctiveness project aims to develop key attributes in our students so that they become well-rounded graduates. The key attributes of Westminster graduates, which the awards meant to celebrate, include: Critical and creative thinkers; Literate and effective communicator; Entrepreneurial; Global in outlook and engaged in communities; Social, ethically and environmentally aware.