A variety of online and remote resources and services have been put in place for students seeking careers advice and guidance. For the latest information, please refer to the careers service pages on the university's website.
*These provisions may change.
Full careers service
The Careers and Employability Service provides professional, high-quality information, advice and guidance throughout students' time at the university as well as after graduation.
Experienced employability advisers
Employability advisers link with academic schools to give specialist industry advice for each course. Daily drop-in services and bookable one-to-one appointments are provided.
Practical careers advice
Students can access careers guidance, mock-interview sessions, selection test preparation, advice on developing CVs, and more.
Help with job opportunities
With key local connections, the careers service is well placed to help students find part-time work which dovetails with their studies.
Finding future career paths
There's a wealth of careers information and online resources available, along with careers' fairs and employer events, so that students can make connections and grow their knowledge of their sector.