Schools and colleges outreach

If you are supporting students considering higher education or who are interested in studying at the University of Westminster, the Outreach Team is here to help. We offer a range of services for teachers and advisers, staff in IAG roles, tutors and curriculum staff. These include:

  • presentations on specific subjects for students or staff
  • general advice on higher education
  • open days at the University
  • visits to your school or college
  • ambassador students to talk to your pupils

To find out how we can help, contact our team:

Paul Hampson - Outreach Manager
[email protected]
+44 (0)20 7911 5763

Rosie Reynolds - Outreach Officer
[email protected]
+44 (0)20 3506 6298

Wardah Abid Dar -  Project Assistant - Westminster Skills Club
[email protected] 
+44 (0)20 3506 64754

Leon Harris - Outreach Officer
[email protected]
+44 (0)20 350 66251

Jim Carlberg - Outreach Officer - Cinema
[email protected]
+44 (0)20 3506 6357

Ben Adofo - Project Officer - Westminster Skills Club 
[email protected]

Explore our courses

The University teaches courses across five faculties. To help you get a feel for what we teach and how, we can run specialist academic and information sessions for staff or students at your school. These include presentations from individual departments and visits designed especially to answer your questions on specific courses and related careers.

See what subjects we teach

We also offer these downloadable factsheets with information on our subjects and courses

Get help with your personal statement

If you or your students would like written feedback on a draft of a personal statement, send it our way. Drafts of personal statements for any course, either at undergraduate or postgraduate level and at any UK university, can be sent to [email protected] for one of our Student Recruitment Officers to take a look. This service is free and open all year. At busy times please allow 7 days for a response, though usually this is around 3 days.

Arrange a presentation for your students

For your students, finding the right course at the right institution is just one of the many challenges of embarking on higher education. Ask one of our team to visit your school to talk to students about the practical aspects of going to university, including:

  • applying to university and the UCAS process
  • choosing a course and a university
  • student life and why go to university
  • student finance and sources of funding
  • taster visits across our faculties (subject to availability)

There are many aspects to higher education in addition to the above so we can tailor visits to suit your needs, so please feel free to discuss your requirements with us.

Request a visit

Tell your students about our open days

Our open days give potential students a chance to get more information about the subject they want to study and to get a glimpse of student life here. They’ll have the opportunity to attend a lecture, speak to academic staff and put their questions on accommodation, student finance and admissions to university staff.

Get the dates of our next Westminster Open Days

Invite us to your careers fair

We know that higher education and UCAS fairs are a great way for your students to get the information they need to plan for going to university. So we attend many local, regional and national fairs. If you are running an event and would like us to attend, please get in touch with the team.

Find out which events we are attending this year

Discover how we are widening participation

We are partners on a growing range of collaborative projects to encourage students from all backgrounds to take up higher education opportunities. These include:

  • Linking London – dedicated to working collaboratively to identify opportunities and to meet the challenges of the changing educational landscape
  • Routes in Languages – the programme includes a wide range of events and activities including taster days, summer schools and e-mentoring, to promote the take-up of languages from school to university
  • Access HE – this new pan-London organisation helps young people from disadvantaged backgrounds enter Higher Education.
Students socialising in the Forum Building at Harrow

HE fairs and events

The Outreach and other members of University staff regularly attend events throughout the country.