Specialist one-to-one support to explore career options or develop career plans is available from the university's Careers and Employability Service.
Employability can be enhanced by participating in co-curricular programmes. These include the Leadership Academy, career mentoring, enterprise and entrepreneurship and more.
Online professional skills courses cover a range of careers and employability topics to help students develop skills and find work experience.
Help is available with CVs, applications and interviews. Also careers guidance, regular careers fairs and events. Updates on other employment information are available via social media.
CareerConnect portal enables students to browse jobs and work experience online.