14 October - Skills and part-time jobs fair

28 September 2015

Photo of the Skills and Part-time Jobs Fair

Looking for a part time job whilst studying? Need help with your CV? Or want to know how to network like a pro? Then book your place for the Skills and Part Time Jobs Fair on to find answers to these questions and more. 

When14 October, 1–5pm

Where: Marylebone Campus

The fair provides an excellent opportunity for you to network with a wide variety of part time employers, no matter your discipline or the stage of study that you are in. This is also a great opportunity to find out more about the services and support on offer from the Career Development Centre.

To find out about the variety of part time employers attending the fair please visit Skills and Part Time Jobs Fair.


Throughout the event there will also be workshops on the following topics. Spaces are limited so please make sure you book to attend the workshops.


The Career Development Centre

The Career Development Centre runs a variety of on campus workshops, events and employer presentations throughout the year to support you to find the right job, choose a fruitful career or enhance your employability while at University.

Alongside the Skills and Part Time Fair we also host sector-specific career fairs, the majority of which are held in the first and second semester including: the Westminster Business Careers Fair, Social, Public and Education Careers Fair and Computer Science and Engineering Careers Fair.

For the latest updates on all events and how to book, visit our event listings on Engage.

See you at the fair!

Career Development Centre Team

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