Human Resources

Mentoring Connections

Mentors and mentees can apply at any time to take part in the mentoring connections programme

Mentoring provides a time and space to talk through a variety of issues that affect you at various stages of you career and development; for example, work life balance, career development, or promotion paths.

We particularly encourage mentee applications from Female Staff; New International Staff; New and Aspiring Leaders in the University; or Staff who through their Annual Review process, have identified the need for mentoring around career/ professional development.

We are currently in need of Mentors of Grade 9 and above to sign up to the programme.

Introduction to mentoring

How we define mentoring, aims of mentoring, how a partnership may work and typical time commitment

Join now

Mentors and mentees can apply at any time to take part in the mentoring connections programme

Information for mentees

Topics you may want to discuss in a mentoring partnership and potential benefits of mentoring

Information for mentors

Roles a mentor can take on and potential benefits of being a mentor

Programme process

The typical steps in applying to and participating in the Mentoring Connections scheme

Matching process

How we match mentors with mentees

Helpful resources

Videos and advice on how to foster a positive mentoring relationship

Role of Champion

A local mentoring Champion adds considerable benefit to the success of mentoring in your School, Institute or Department