The Careers Service have you covered over the summer vacation.
The Careers Service will remain open and continue operating a remote service to students and recent graduates throughout the summer, Monday to Friday 10.00 – 17.00.
Thinking of applying to a summer internship or graduate role?
Wherever you are in the world keep an eye on JobsLive for our one to one appointments, as we will be releasing these on a month by month basis during the summer vacation. Our appointments include:
- Career Discussion (online) – 25 minute appointments with a careers consultant to discuss any aspects of your career and check CV, cover letters and applications.
- Internship Consultations (online) – 25 minute appointments with a Placement and Internship Adviser to discuss searching and applying to internships and placements. This can also be used to discuss funding options and alternatives to ‘traditional’ internships such as the Alumni Mentoring Scheme.
Need help career planning?
We have detailed information on planning your career plus advice on all aspects of the application and interview process (CVs, covering letters, interviews, etc.) to support you over the summer. Don't forget that you can use Shortlist.Me to access interview questions, record you answers and get useful tips to help you improve.
Also check out our exclusive online resources which include our Career Snapshots, GoinGlobal, online publications and more.
Fairs and events
We are continuing to run our regular series of seminars and workshops right through the summer vacation. These cover all aspects of the application process including CVs, interviews, presentations, and more! Search and book via JobsLive.
Over the summer we will also be hosting our Online China Careers Fairs 2020-21, discover more and book your place at the fair now!
Please contact the Careers Service (+44 (0)20 7594 8024 | email@example.com) if you would like to discuss anything further.
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