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The Careers Service has moved all services online. Workshops and one-to-one appointments are delivered over Zoom. Careers fairs and other employer events are delivered as remote events. There’s also an expanded range of online resources and tools.
*These provisions may change.
Students are entitled to use the Careers Service for the duration of their degree course and up to five years after graduation. A programme of careers events is scheduled throughout the year.
The Careers Service jobs portal advertises a wide range of graduate jobs, internships, work experience and volunteering opportunities both within the UK and worldwide.
Working with employers
Engages with a wide range of employers from all industry sectors with a key focus on industry-based learning. Employers are encouraged to attend careers events and contribute to academic programmes.
Advice and guidance
As well as one-to-one careers guidance, a programme of seminars and workshops covers topics from finding part-time work to considering further study, to completing application forms and preparing for interview.
The Careers Service offers an extensive range of resources including e-books, website resources and e-learning tools to support students.
Strathclyde’s jobs portal continues to advertise a wide range of internships and placements. Where applicable these may be virtual internships. Strath Union promotes volunteering opportunities, many of which will be remote working opportunities.
*These provisions may change.
Careers work with Strath Union to offer part-time and volunteering opportunities for students to consider.
Some academic courses offer placement options either embedded as part of the course or as a voluntary option.
Students may undertake a semester abroad on many programmes or undertake summer work or internships.
Careers provides advice and guidance on finding appropriate work experience, paid, unpaid, local, national and international.
The Careers Service advertises paid placement and internship opportunities through the job portal.