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Online support includes webinars, skills development sessions, recorded workshops, career planning opportunities, volunteering, work experience, entrepreneurial insights, as well as employer and alumni-led sessions.
*These provisions may change.
AberForward offers summer work experience. Students can enhance their skills through high-level work roles across the university.
A comprehensive workshop programme focuses on recognising skills and presenting them effectively to potential future employers.
Entrepreneurship, freelancing and enterprise activities, including a business start-up week and InvEnterPrize competition.
SU database collates all volunteering experiences for students to build a clear picture of skills development gained.
Academic reps and peer mentors are provided with informative training programmes to enhance their roles.
Much is being done to source online and virtual opportunities for volunteering, industrial placements, summer internships and generic work experience. Opportunities are advertised on the university’s coronavirus web page and the ABERcareers online portal.
*These provisions may change.
Year in Employment scheme offers students of any degree programme the opportunity to undertake a 12-month paid internship.
An increasing number of integrated industrial year degree programmes are now offered in many departments.
Volunteering opportunities are supported by the Students’ Union.
Opportunities are sourced locally, nationally and internationally for a truly global experience.
ABERcareers online portal advertises placement opportunities per subject, sector or location, as well as workshops and advice.