Careers services for current students

Secure the graduate job you have always wanted with the help of our Employability & Careers Service.

Your Online Careers Centre

Our Online Careers Centre offers a wide variety of resources, including a CV builder, cover letter builder, interview techniques tutorial, and much more. It also has a jobs search engine, which lists a range of vacancies across different sectors. Check out our introduction and get started.

Get support

Log into Target Connect

Get support with CV’s, job applications, career fairs, internships, mentoring, graduate jobs, mock interviews, postgraduate study applications and more via our new system Target Connect. Target Connect gives our students access to the largest network of employer opportunities in the UK and Ireland through the Target Jobsboard.  You can also access global corporates, local SMEs and third sectors through our own partner organisations.

Log into Careers Hub

We are currently only using CareerHub for the Greenwich Employability Passport. The GEP will be moving to Target Connect for the academic year 2023-2024.

Abintegro is our one-stop shop for electronic careers resources. Access useful resources including a CV builder, a cover letter builder and an interview simulator, along with content tailored to your Faculty.

Log in to the Online Careers Centre

We offer lots of services at the University of Greenwich. These range from helping you find an internship, a careers mentor or preparing for a careers fair. See more about the following opportunities:

If there's anything else you are looking for, get in touch.

Practice psychometric tests

Recruiters often use tests as part of the selection process for graduate schemes, internships and placements. These tests might involve numerical reasoning, verbal reasoning, logical reasoning or situational judgement.

We strongly recommend that you practise these skills using the following resources (login required).

Graduates First provides a feedback report showing your strengths and weaknesses.

Practice Aptitude Tests in situational judgement, numeracy and verbal skills.

More support is available from:

Access to Work

Access to Work is a government programme aimed at supporting disabled people to take up or remain in work. Access to Work is a discretionary grant scheme that provides personalised support to disabled people who are:

  • in paid employment
  • self-employed
  • apprentices
  • trainees
  • supported interns
  • going to a job interview.

The support will accommodate your individual needs and ensure all the reasonable adjustments you need are in place.

You can also apply if you have:

  • a job offer letter
  • a job start date
  • a letter confirming your interview

If you would like some support, please contact us and ask for an appointment to discuss Access to Work.

Useful links:

Access to Work webpage

Access to Work Eligibility letter

Where can I find graduate job opportunities?

Access graduate job vacancies through our online jobs board. This includes part-time, volunteering and full-time positions.

Login using your portal login details.

Where can I find part-time work?

There are many opportunities for flexible part-time work while you study. These include:

Rewarding your activities

If you undertake part-time work, volunteering, or get involved in leadership positions in societies, we'll recognise and reward these activities. You earn points which can be converted into rewards, including a university recommendation on LinkedIn.

You can log the hours you've done and the skills you've gained on your Greenwich Employability Passport.

How to improve my skills

I want to improve my career skills

Log in to our Online Careers Centre (with your portal details).

It's packed with interactive tools and e-learning content, including:

  • CV builder
  • Interview simulator
  • Assessment centre tool
  • Employer advice videos/podcasts.

I want to improve my study skills

The Academic Skills Centre provides support throughout the year on areas such as:

  • Essay writing skills
  • Note-taking
  • Reading techniques
  • Research skills
  • Exam techniques
  • Presentation skills.

Can you help with my idea for a business?

The Powerhouse, a newly-redesigned building on campus for research and enterprise activities, opened in 2019. This is home to the University's Generator, a centre for business and social enterprise which can help you develop your ideas via workshops, mentoring, and other support.

The Generator runs an annual Enterprise Challenge for Greenwich students, whose past winners have one on to very successful careers.

The Greenwich Employability Passport

The Greenwich Employability Passport helps you build your career skills so you are ready for the workplace once you graduate.

  • You are offered a unique opportunity to work with an experienced person one-on-one to improve and enhance your skills and increase your employability after university.

    - Hannah Chester, BSc Biology

  • The support I received from the employability team during my final year of studies was crucial to me securing a graduate placement. I now feel more confident and capable when it comes to attending interviews.

    - Konstantinos Fane, BEng Mechanical Engineering, 2019 Graduate