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All events and workshops are now online. Recorded masterclasses are available on the university’s website and YouTube channel. Students can speak to information advisers, START UP advisers and careers consultants, booking appointments via the website.
*These provisions may change.
Continuing careers support
Newcastle graduates benefit from careers support and business start-up support for up to three years after graduation.
Preparing for graduate life
The award-winning Careers Service provides one-to-one sessions with a career adviser. Online support includes CV checks, academic modules, resources, and workshops on career and job preparation.
Alumni support and expertise
Students can find out more about the career areas that interest them directly from graduates working in those fields, via the digital network NCL spark.
Online jobs database, MyCareer, allows students to search for part-time vacancies, vacation work, placements and internships.
Placements and internships are still taking place with most of them being remote. Students from JobsOC are helping with roles relating to COVID-19, such as working in test centres. A number of online/remote volunteering opportunities are available.
*These provisions may change.
Nearly all degrees provide the chance to spend 9–12 months in the workplace, either via the academic school or Careers Service.
Newcastle's close links with employers means students have taken on placements at Disney, Ferrari, the Bank of England, and more.
Students can study abroad, helping them develop new skills, grow in confidence and experience new cultures.
Students can get involved with over 150 volunteer projects to develop their skills, help the community, and make new friends
During placements, support and regular check-ins are provided by the Careers Service placement team or academic school.