One-to-one professional careers guidance on a drop-in and appointment basis includes career planning, job applications and search and interview techniques. Support continues for up to five years after graduation.
Careers Online provides tools to explore careers, develop a CV and prepare for selection processes with simulated interviews. JobsOnline lists hundreds of vacancies, work experience and volunteering opportunities.
Events throughout the year allow students to meet local, national and international employers from a variety of sectors. A graduate jobs and placements fair in the autumn term is attended by hundreds of employers.
Careers advisers give presentations year-round on a wide range of careers topics to help students make decisions about their future, and compete effectively for jobs or further study opportunities.
Careers advisers work with academic departments to support students’ employability, providing subject-specific careers resources.