The Careers Service is operating online when in-person services aren’t possible. A drop-in service is available five days a week, as well as bookable appointments with university careers consultants.
*These provisions may change.
Award-winning careers support
Students can access careers information centres (staffed every weekday), one-to-one support from careers advisers, and support beyond graduation. Experienced careers consultants are linked to every academic school.
Opportunities to develop professional skills and career confidence through challenge-based workshops, business competitions, practical skills sessions and career mentoring, preparing students to take the next step.
Job search and vacancy portal
MyCareerHub is an online portal accessible to students and graduates, with news, information resources, events, appointments and vacancies ranging from taster weeks to part time jobs, internships and graduate roles.
Employ.ed offers students and graduates exclusive paid internships on campus and with small and medium size enterprises (SMEs), providing high-quality work experience and a programme of wraparound support.
Employer and alumni networks
An extensive range of fairs and events bring employers and alumni to campus. From big multinationals to non-profit, government and SMEs, sharing career insights, networking opportunities and recruitment tips.