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Career planning

Advice and support to kick-start your career

Whether you're looking for your first job, want to move up the career ladder, or are even thinking of starting up your own business - the University has a range of dedicated graduate services offering advice and support to help you get a leading edge.

Full access to services is available for three years following your graduation date.

Careers and The Workplace

Our on-campus Careers and The Workplace team have the knowledge and contacts you need to get ahead after study.

Search the online jobs board, get help with career planning, CV and interview preparation, and stand out to employers with our personal development workshops, work experience and graduate placement opportunities.

Knowledge Transfer Programmes

Our Knowledge Transfer Programmes give you all the advantages of employment, plus a host of other benefits. Apply your degree directly to your job, play a pivotal role in a company growth and be mentored throughout by an academic expert.

Volunteering opportunities

Gain valuable experience, enhance your CV and impress future employers.

  • Our Volunteer Central programme offers opportunities with local voluntary and community groups.
  • You can also become a WeLoVe Volunteer, sharing your knowledge, skills and experiences to support our current students.