The Careers and Employability team is here to support you from your first day at the university.
We can help you decide what career is right for you, develop the skills you will need to follow it, and get a job when you finish your studies.
We can also offer support and advice about placements, volunteering, mentoring and business startup.
The Careers and Employability team are offering their full range of services, including one-to-one appointments remotely. These mainly take place via the Microsoft Teams app. If you are having any issues with setting up Microsoft Teams please get in touch.
To book a one-to-one appointment with one of the team, register on Careers Connect.
Register at Careers Connect to book one-to-ones, find placements and jobs and much more
Information for employers
Book one-to ones, find placements and much more on Careers Connect.
Decide what career is right for you. Help with CVs, applications and interviews.
Find graduate jobs, part-time work, and location-specific work.
Meet employers at careers fairs and events organised throughout the year.
For students considering postgraduate study at Masters level or higher.
Be paired with a professional mentor.
Volunteer in the local community.
Develop your entrepreneurial ideas.
Why your employability matters and what employers want.
Alongside your course there are fun and rewarding things to get involved with.
Find out about the employability skills built into your course.
31 January to 4 February is Further Study Week.
The National School of Healthcare Science is delighted to announce that applications for the 2022 Scientist Training Programme open at 11am on Tuesday 18th January.
There are many placement and internship opportunities, ready, and waiting for you.
Have you thought about a career in the Public Sector?
More events, opportunities and advice