Whatever type of work you are looking for, it is
important that you know the best sources of vacancies.
Whether you are seeking part-time jobs or work experience while
you study, or you are looking for your first job on graduation, we
can recommend the best places to look. If you want to create
your own role through self employment, there are also resources to
If you are an international student there are
particular things that you need to know about when job hunting.
No matter what sort of opportunity you are aiming for, it is
also important that you know what your
rights are when starting a new job.
The links below describe the best ways to find
work depending on the type of opportunity you're looking
Find out about graduate jobs and
training schemes aimed especially at graduates.
If you'd like to earn some money whilst you study find out how
to look for part
One of the best ways of boosting your chance to enter
a particular profession is through work experience. Find out
about more about student and graduate placement schemes as
well as other means of getting work
Voluntary work is crucial for entry into many fields and it
is a fantastic way to improve your employability no matter
what career you have in mind. Find out more about voluntary work and how
you might find an opportunity that you'd enjoy.
Find out more about the different opportunities available abroad
and the organisations that can help if you want to work overseas.
Many vacancies and opportunities are never advertised. Learn how
to access the hidden job market and to create your own
opportunities through speculative applications and networking.
If you'd like to set up your own business or work freelance find
out what help and support is in place for those wishing to become
Find out what your rights are when starting work with a new
employer and about the employment legislation that affects you.
If you are an international student and wish to work in the UK
while studying or after you graduate, there are some specific
things that you need to be aware of. Find out how to promote
yourself to UK employers and which companies you may like to
target when working in the UK as an international
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