Contact us

We have information rooms at the Cavendish and Harrow Campuses that hold a wide range of job sector, postgraduate study and general labour market information you can take away or read onsite.

Computers are also available for researching careers, searching vacancies, writing CVs or completing online applications and aptitude tests.

T: +44 (0)20 7911 5184
E:¬†[email protected]

101 New Cavendish Street
London W1W 6XH

Career Development Centre

First floor, 101 New Cavendish Street, London

Opening hours

Semester time and vacations

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 9.30am-4.30pm
Tuesday: 12-4.30pm

Temporary closures may occur during the summer vacation - please check this page or call us before you visit.

Harrow information room

Room EG.16, Watford Road, Northwick Park, Harrow.

View the map and directions

Opening hours

Semester time

Alternative Mondays and Thursdays only: 9:30am-4:30pm

The room is closed during vacation. Please call or email us to confirm Harrow information room dates.

Accessibility

The careers information rooms at both Harrow and Cavendish House are accessible by wheelchair. Enlarged photocopies of information materials can be provided, on request, at no extra charge.

If you need additional support while visiting us, please let us know and we will endeavour to meet your requirements.

Careers Consultants by faculty

Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment
Iram Sial

Westminster Law School and Faculty of Science and Technology
Stephen Cole

Faculty of Science and Technology (Psychology) and MBA
Vanissa Amliwala

Faculties of Science and Technology (Computing) and Social Sciences and Humanities
John McMenamin

Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities (Languages)
Frances Gow

Westminster Business School and Doctoral Research students
Dr Louise Bamford

Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design
Elishba Zachariah

Management team

Monica Deshpande, Head of Employability and Learning Support
Frances Gow, Employability Manager

Business and Enterprise Engagement

Clare Adams, Business and Community Liaison Manager
Berekhet Berakhy, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer
Elise Sherman, University of Westminster Associates in Schools (UWAS) Coordinator
Hristina Simeonova, Employability Coordinator
Alessandra Lauria, Employer Engagement and Enterprise Coordinator
Kristina Kand, Employability Assistant
Amy Dicks, Employability Assistant
Joanna Szafarczyk-Ahmad, Careers Information Assistant
Cherry Yip, Careers Information Assistant
Mailis Merisalu, Careers Administrator

Placements Team

Business Experience Team

Bonita Danso, Senior Coordinator
Jaspreet Singh, Business Placements Coordinator
Iweta Baran, Internships Coordinator
Vacant, PG Programmes Coordinator

Media, Arts and Design

Sarah Bryan, Work Placement Officer
Adele Etwaroo, Work Placement Administrator

Science & Technology 

Hanna Gnanaseharam, Work Placement Officer
Sharon Sylvan, Work Placement Administrator

Social Sciences & Humanities

Elizabeth Batchelor, Work Placement Officer
Rebecca Legg, Work Placement Administrator

Architecture & the Built Environment 

Christine Zarb, Work Placement Officer
Leonidas Skoutas, Work Placement Administrator

wanted jobs manager and sales representative

Work placements

Work placements are a very useful way of gaining relevant, professional experience and knowledge of a particular industry.