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The Careers and Employability Service supports students and recent graduates across all stages of their career development journey. From figuring out your career options and finding professional experience, through to securing graduate jobs or postgraduate study, we are here to help and support you. We offer a wide range of career workshops, events, online resources as well as one-to-one guidance from our team of faculty-aligned career and employability advisers.
The Careers and Employability Service's Handshake lists a large number of graduate job vacancies throughout the year, which includes part-time opportunities for students both home and abroad.
Other resources you might find useful in your job search include:
As well as our wide range of career workshops, we host events with employers throughout the year, including careers fairs and festivals, panel talks and assessment days. We also run a number of programmes and initiatives to help students gain valuable industry experience and expand their network.
If you are a current student or recent graduate, you can find the full schedule and details of all these events and opportunities by visiting Handshake.
Our annual graduate jobs fairs are a great way to meet employers across a wide range of industries and find out more about the opportunities available when you graduate.
Our careers festivals help our students and recent graduates explore career options, enhance transferable skills and network with employers.
An accelerator programme, designed to help provide Black home students with the support, guidance and tools to aim high and achieve their full potential.
A six-week, paid programme which runs twice a year, giving Levels 4 and 5 students an opportunity to gain real-life consultancy experience, working on a wide range of employer-led projects.
If you would like to find out more about how we can help you, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Careers and Employability Team
John Galsworthy Building