Get career support and advice

You may have your career plans all mapped out or still be deciding. Perhaps you need advice about your options. Wherever you are in your career journey, we’re here to help.

How can our Careers Service help you?

We want to help you gain real-world experience during your time at university. We offer support with CVs, job applications, interview preparation and navigating the jobs market.

Your careers advice questions answered

  • How do you help me prepare for my dream job?

    We have an expert team of careers specialists who are trained to meet the needs of students.

    If you want career support and advice, we've made it easy to book an appointment or drop in to see an adviser.

    Look out for opportunities to visit employers, networking events to build your connections, and talks by people from your chosen industry. These will give you an edge when it comes to making applications.

  • What resources do you offer?

    We also provide a range of online resources so you can:

    • Create a standout CV
    • Get the skills to succeed in interviews
    • Boost key skills such as numerical and verbal reasoning
    • Find paid work while at university
    • Get the best from placements and internships 
    • Check out job vacancies on our online jobs board. 

    Many of these are available through our e-learning centre. This one-stop shop for careers-related e-learning is packed full of interactive tools to help you boost your career potential.

  • Where do I go for careers help and advice?

    There are plenty of ways to meet our expert careers staff. We provide:

    • A walk-in careers centre on Greenwich Campus
    • Pop-up career clinics across all three campuses
    • Specialist employability officers and staff in each faculty
    • Careers staff who promote their services at lectures
  • Where can I find out more?

    You can come to our walk-in centre or meet our staff on campus. 

    Alternatively, you can contact us to get started.

  • They gave me a lot of help and advice, including mock interviews, which really helped.

    - Josh Watkins, Business Management

  • What I'll miss most about the university is the staff and the amazing support they offer. They really encourage you to have your own voice and ideas.

    - Aishling Egan, Primary Education Undergraduate

  • The University were helping me out of hours, even after I had graduated. They gave me the drive to keep on going.

    - Raphael Bobie, BSc Hons Public Health