The Employability team is here to support students and graduates with all aspects of career planning & decision making, along with helping you to recognise and develop your employability skills.
This can be anything from career planning and understanding options with your degree, writing CVs and applications, developing a good on-line presence, help with interviews, and applying for further study (including teacher training), to searching for jobs and getting part-time work, understanding how to make the most of graduate fairs, and plenty more!
Employability & Progression
TYPES OF SUPPORT AVAILABLE
You can book an individual appointment to talk to a Careers Consultant about anything to do with your career planning, applying for jobs or further study, and much more.
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The Job Shop offers paid casual work with varied and flexible hours to fit around your studies. You can also search for part-time jobs with external employers.
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If you need help with placements, you can get in touch with the Placement Office for your Faculty. Go to Placement Information for the contacts for your Faculty.
CVs & applications, interviews, assessment centres & psychometric tests, networking, LinkedIn, further study, getting into teaching, career planning, options with your degree, changing course, graduate job search, working overseas, understanding employability, researching employers, gaining skills & experience, part-time work
Searching for Jobs & Writing Applications
Careers Support for Graduates