Careers consultants work in close partnership with academic staff in each faculty to deliver expert advice and support tailored to the needs of each student.
A programme of careers events enables students to meet employers from diverse industries on campus, allowing them to take their next steps towards their chosen profession.
Digital services help students to achieve their career goals: the interactive careers centre offers a wide range of career and professional development resources.
Graduates get access to digital careers support for life. Whether looking for work, advice on further study, self-employment or professional development options, the university is able to help.
The early career graduate team are on hand for more than a year after graduation, offering coaching and guidance to help graduates control their own career path.
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