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Whether you have a career in mind or are just getting started exploring your options, we are here to help. We're committed to helping you on your way to a career you love, and making the most of your time at Nottingham.


Graduating in 2024? 

Explore a range of support from help with applications to graduate job vacancies on MyCareer.





most targeted university by top UK employers High Fliers Research 2024


graduate jobs added to MyCareer (in 2022-23)


of graduates in employment or further study within 15 months of graduating





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Graduating in 2024

Ready for your next chapter? Now is the time to explore your options

Graduate jobs

Graduate Jobs

Where to look for vacancies and entry routes into different careers

Work experience

Work experience

Find part-time work, internships, placements and volunteering options

Choosing your career

Choosing your career

Help and advice if you're not sure what you want to do in the future

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Making applications

Advice on CVs, psychometric tests, interviews and more

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Meet employers, explore jobs and sector and improve your job-hunting skills





Careers advice

Whether you want to speak to an adviser for help with your CV, discuss career ideas, prioritise your wellbeing or explore whether changing course is right for you, we have the support to help.

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Prioritise your career wellbeing

Thinking about your career is an exciting prospect but can also be a source of stress and anxiety. So, we’re here to help you to navigate any issues.




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We're the third most targeted university by top recruiters - Graduate Labour Market 2024, High Fliers Research