COVID-19 - Careers FAQs for students, graduates, employers and staff
COVID-19 has brought many changes to the world, including the world of work. Whether you are looking for a part-time job or internship, making decisions on what to do after your degree, or exploring ways to build your experience while you’re studying, the Careers Service is here to support you - online and on campus.
You can access all our services online from workshops, drop-ins and one-to-one appointments, to a huge range of exclusive tools and resources to help you with looking for work or planning your career. Head to the Quick Links page to find out what we offer and how to contact us. From Monday 17th May you can also come in to talk to us, if you have a quick question or are wondering where to get started.
Where we are, and when we're open
As with the rest of the University, our offices have increased cleaning regimes and measures are in place to ensure social distancing, such as one way systems and marked waiting ponts. This is to protect the health and wellbeing of students, staff and the wider community, and to help us all be "good citizens".
We've gathered together information and advice for employers and other external organisations regarding COVID-19:
If you'd like to advertise a vacancy here's how to do that:
To discuss the other ways in which we can work together please email us at:
Employ.ed internships programmes
If you have a question about one of our Employ.ed programmes (Employ.ed in an SME, Employ.ed for PhDs, Employ.ed on Campus) please email Employ.firstname.lastname@example.org
Email us at email@example.com
We are delivering support to students via online tools and channels.
- Connect with the consultant for your School - email is the best bet in the first instance
- If you have a general enquiry please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact emails for specific programmes:
Employ.ed internships programmes (Employ.ed in an SME, Employ.ed for PhDs, Employ.ed on Campus)
Staff, or student societies, with an enquiry about delivering the Edinburgh Award – please contact our Employability Consultancy at Edinburgh.Award@ed.ac.uk
The University's advice for current students, prospective students and staff is updated frequently.