The Careers Service is available for students and recent graduates to book careers consultations and to use our variety of resources over the summer.
Make your summer productive by utilising our extensive range of resources, tailored to ensure you land your dream job!
We are open through the summer vacation, Monday to Friday, 10:00 - 17:15.
Whether you’ve just graduated and are looking to land that all-important first professional post, or you’ve finished your first year and want to get a head start in the job market, our services are invaluable.
Help with CVs/applications - we have resources on:
We also have plenty more materials on the resources page of our website.
Our nifty hand-outs provide all this & more in digestible chunks. you can find them at the entry to the Careers Service on Level 5 of the Sherfield Building.
Appointments and CV checks
20-minute appointments - In need of a quick CV/cover letter review or have a small careers-related query? A 20-minute appointment is perfect for you! Book online via JobsLive.
40-minute appointments - Do you want to prepare a detailed plan of action for your future working life or have a more complex query? Then bag a 40-minute appointment with us - please contact the careers service directly to arrange for a longer appointment.
Online CV feedback - don't have time for an appointment but need some constructive feedback on your CV? Then make use of our online MyCVs service! This service is available through JobsLive.
Fairs and more
China Careers fairs - Want to meet some of the best employers from around the globe? Visit our China Careers fairs in August this year.
Recent graduate and need some advice? Sign up to our Grad Club to receive exclusive careers advice and support in the initial months after graduating.
Contact the Careers Service Why not drop in and speak to a member of the specialist information team - level 5 Sherfield Building. You can also call us on +4420 7594 8024 or email email@example.com
We look forward to hearing from you soon!
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