Advertise your job
We can help you promote your opportunities to our students and recent graduates through our online portal, MyCareerHub, and through our supported internships programmes
If you want to advertise an opportunity completely free of charge, MyCareerHub is the place to do this for:
- Graduate Jobs
- Internships and placements
- Part-time and casual work (we advise Undergraduate students to work up to 15 hours a week during semester and full-time PhD students cannot work more than an average of 9 hours per week)
- Vacation jobs
- Voluntary opportunities (overseas only)
Here are a few top tips on:
Supported Internships Programme
The Careers Service runs a variety of internship programmes to support employers. In partnership with the Santander Universities Internship Scheme, we have some funding and support available for SMEs and Third Sector organisations who are looking to recruit University of Edinburgh students and graduates. We can also help you access high-level research and analytical skills and expertise through our part-time Internship programme for current PhD students.
Hiring international students
Most University of Edinburgh students are not required to undertake 6 - 12 month placements as part of their course. However, the School of Engineering and School of Chemistry do offer some placement opportunities for their students.
Contact the Employer Team if you have an enquiry about placements for specific degree disciplines, or the School of Enginering and/or the School of Chemistry for information about their opportunitities.
Advertising with other Scottish universities
The Careers Service will work with private agencies representing employers. Please see our Information for Recruitment Agencies.
If you have voluntary roles based in Edinburgh or the rest of UK, these are advertised through the Edinburgh University Students' Association.
Advertise your voluntary roles overseas on MyCareerHub.
To help you feel supported and confident in offering our students work, we have provided this short guide outlining the basic requirements of recruitment.