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Discover ways to access our career planning advice, guidance and training.
Careers advice, part-time work, placements, graduate roles, events and advice appointment booking.
Development workshops and on campus recruitment events providing something for everyone. Book your place on MyJobsOnline.
Internships are for everyone - here is our advice on securing an Internship just right for you.
Advice for finalists - designed to give you the career boost you need before graduating
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Gain experience on the International stage. Starting points for your global career.
Career advice for postgraduate taught students
A Placement will help you to grow in confidence, learn new skills and build professional networks. We will help you every step of the way.
Find out how you are protected by the law and supported by specialist organisations and schemes established to aid your job search.
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Find part-time jobs, placements, internships and volunteering opportunities.
Advice on CVs, applications, Interviews, assessment centres and psychometric tests.
Gain experience and stand out from the crowd in an increasingly competitive job market.
Discover your global career with this International job search and country information resource.
Bringing you the latest news and advice from our careers professionals.
Polish up your skills and learn new ones to equip you for the world of work.
Your career should be as unique as you. Discover how to personalise your plan.
Your Careers A-Z.
Alphabetical list of all our useful links, all in one place.
Connecting our talent with your business needs.
Continuing support for your career development up to 18 months after graduation.