Although the Careers Service does not formally endorse outside providers of information, we do have established links with the following graduate recruitment publishers:
A graduate careers website, where you will find hundreds of vacancies across the country. See also the e-journal.
This site has a huge number of graduate vacancies on a lively website where you can register to receive jobs and news alerts by email.
This site does not advertise graduate jobs in the same way as the previous sites. It is part of a package of measures launched by the government to support graduates in improving their employability skills and to support business in difficult times.
You can apply if you graduated between 2010 - 2012 from a UK university with at least a degree or foundation degree, and you are from a country within the European Economic Area (EEA).
Graduates already claiming Job Seekers Allowance (JSA) for six months or more will be able to undertake an internship for up to 13 weeks alongside claiming JSA and looking for work.
You can pick up also several graduate employer directories from the Careers Service. Examples include:
These all have useful indexes which allow you to search by name of organisation, type of organisation, type of work offered or your subject of study.
This article was published on Apr 26, 2013