International Student Advisory Service

Career planning

Career support is available to you for up to two years after you graduate.

The University can provide career support, advice and resources for two years following your graduation to help with the transition into your new career.

Find out if you are eligible for Careers Service support

 

The Careers Service provides information and advice for taught and research postgraduate students on career options, job search and application strategies and other support.

Information for postgraduate students

 

If you are considering gaining work experience, undertaking an internship, or creating your own opportunity, the Careers Service has information and advice to help you.

Internship and work experience advice

 

This section has information and advice on CVs and covering letters, application forms, interviews, assessment centres, selection tests and how to develop your business awareness.

CVs, applications and interviews advice

 

If you are eligible for Careers Service support, you can access MyCareerHub, an easy to use portal to keep you up to date with vacancies, news and events from the Careers Service.

Career Service support eligibility

MyCareerHub

 

Explore general social media tips and the best way to use LinkedIn and Twitter for your job search.

Using social media in your job search

 

There are a variety of job search options available to you as a graduate student.

Graduate jobs

 

Launch.ed offers a range of services and advice to help inspire, launch and grow enterprises.

Launch.ed