Careers services for graduates

We provide our graduates with the best level of practical support through internships and placements to help you enter the workplace.

Access the latest graduate vacancies

We work with selected graduate employers to bring you a range of graduate vacancies. Check out the latest opportunities (login required).

Gain graduate-level employment

Get support with CVs, job applications, careers fairs, internships, mentoring, graduate jobs, mock interviews, postgraduate study applications and more.

Log into Careers Hub

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 our 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.

Our partnership with Santander Universities

Through our partnership with Santander Universities, we work with employers to offer paid internships for current final year undergraduates. The internships are suitable for students from all faculties and have previously included graduate IT roles, software engineering, HR officer positions, Events and Marketing, Finance and Business Development roles.

Internships usually take place during the summer break, are well paid, and are six weeks in length. They can often lead to permanent roles and are a great way to kick-start your graduate career. Due to the current pandemic, employers are offering flexible internship opportunities, following Government guidance on working from home. Full details will be provided at the recruitment and selection stage.

To register your interest in completing an internship, please speak to an Employability Officer at our Virtual Career Clinics, or email a copy of your CV to We also promote internship opportunities through our weekly Employability E-Bulletins and

Opportunities for entrepreneurs

Do you have a great business idea that you would like to develop and take to market, or at least gather feedback and support?

Santander and University of Greenwich are here to help you.

Not only does Santander offer a dedicated portal for entrepreneurs, the university also has a dedicated centre for students with brilliant new business ideas.

About our Generator.

The staff were a huge help when I was looking for graduate jobs. I put my trust in them for continuous support and knowing that they were there for me gave me the motivation.

- Abigail Watts, BSc Forensic Science, 2018

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

The University introduced me to the employer I work for now. That opened the door to me applying for a job here.

- Louise Vincer, BSc Chemistry, Marketing Manager at GSK