Careers Advisers are available at King's Cross, Soho and Victoria campuses.

If you would like to book a 1:1 appointment, visit our Contact page

Alternatively, you can access lunchtime drop-in (times below)

King's Cross
Mon - Fri
12pm - 2pm 
Room K004
Soho
Tues
11:30 am - 1pm 
Reception area
Victoria
Thurs  11:30am - 12:30pm
Fri       1:30pm - 2:30pm
LEX Reception area

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About

Our Careers and Employability Advisers offer impartial advice and guidance to students studying at Westminster Kingsway College.

We offer confidential and impartial information, advice and guidance to help you with your next steps. We support careers education and progression through appointments, drop-in sessions and tutorials. Students are also able to access information and guidance from the pages on this website.

How we help

  • Exploration of ideas and planning next steps

  • Applying to university: understanding and navigating UCAS

  • Apprenticeships advice

  • Employment advice including CV, applications and interview tips

  • Finance: including Advanced Learner Loan and university Student Finance

  • Volunteering and gap year advice

  • Work Placement support

What else do we offer?

We deliver Higher Education, Apprenticeships & Employment Fairs each academic year, providing students with the chance to research different progression opportunities. Lunchtime drop-in advice is available from Careers & Employability Advisers at King's Cross, Soho and Victoria campuses.

Partnerships

Our Employability team have nurtured and developed strong links with employers, and working closely with initiatives such as Goldman Sachs and Dar GroupThese enable us to offer internal and external employer led activities including employability skills, CV workshops, mentoring and career insight talks.

We also have partnerships with the University of the Arts, University of Leicester, University of Roehampton and Middlesex University London as well as excellent links with other universities. 

Other information

We are accredited by the Matrix quality standard for information, advice and guidance services.

Our work is aligned to the Gatsby benchmarks of Good Careers Guidance

All our careers and employability advisers are trained and qualified to Level 7 in providing careers guidance and have the Qualification in Careers Guidance (QCG) conferred by the Career Development Institute (CDI).

Our Mission

We are student centred, listen to their feedback and design our service to meet their needs