Careers and networking
You might be looking for your first position or you could be making a career move. Either way, the Kingston community can assist you in your job search – both online and in person.
The University Careers Service will help you for up to three years after graduation with their range of services, from counselling to CV revisions. The Service is also the first place to go to see jobs offered by Kingston graduates and other providers.
Still living in Kingston?
If you're still resident in Kingston, then G2B is a new initiative to place graduates in local businesses. Visit the website.
Help for jobseekers
If you have graduated within the last three years, the Kingston University Careers and Employability Service is available to you in full, just as it was when you were a student! This includes help with your CV and interview tips. Bootcamps (run through G2B) are also accessible which span two days, and cover topics such as how to write a CV and covering letters, interview tips, and practice assessments.
If you graduated more than three years ago, the Careers and Employability website contains a good amount of information to help any jobseeker.
Networking with other alumni
Join our networking forums to share ideas and information with your fellow Kingston University alumni.
Support your fellow graduates
Are you in a position to offer careers advice, work experience or to become a mentor? If so, please contact us now.