The Advisers in the Careers Service offer information, advice and guidance to students, researchers and graduates and work with employers to connect them with students and recent graduates.
The Academic Skills Centre provide pre-sessional, academic, mathematics and language skills support and enhancement, both for your studies and future.
SU Education Officer
The SU Education Officer is elected to represent students in all education matters to the university, including working with the careers service. You can contact them with any queries or concerns related to careers.
The skills training service offers peer-led workshops, covering a variety of topics such as Public Speaking, Cultural Awareness, Cooking, CVs & Interviews and many more, to develop and support your skills while at University.
There are a range of volunteering opportunities and volunteering groups at the University and the community to get involved with.
The Jobs team advertises part-time work opportunities as well as local three month internships. They provide advice and support for students looking for work and in employment.