Students will have access to careers consultants who provide specialist and personalised advice, including CV checking and mock interviews.
University-run careers events help students explore their options, build professional skills and meet employers.
During their penultimate year of study, students can take part in the university’s award-winning THRIVE career mentoring scheme and get connected with a professional mentor.
The university’s digital employability tools ensure students get the best possible careers and application support whenever and wherever they need it.
If students don’t want to start work right after graduation, the university provides advice for alternatives such as postgraduate study, taking time out, or setting up a business.