A specialist service supports students with career planning, finding work experience, volunteering roles, part-time and graduate jobs, and setting up a business – for up to five years after graduation.
Open all year, the Careers Centre offers services throughout students’ degrees and beyond graduation. Support is available face-to-face, online and by phone/Google Hangouts.
Each faculty has a dedicated careers adviser with subject-specific expertise, offering specialised information, advice and guidance in the curriculum and in tutorials.
The university aims to ensure graduates are knowledgeable, informed, intellectually curious, responsible, self-aware, self-motivated, independent, and set for success in their future careers.
To support final year students, the university has its own graduate recruitment consultancy, which helps to place students into local graduate jobs.