Careers and Employability Service
Services for current students


Researching vacancies online

Here are some ways that we can help you find your ideal job:

  • We advertise hundreds of graduate roles through My Career and you can get job alerts directly to your mailbox
  • We host employer events where recruiters come onto campus to promote their vacancies
  • International students should also use the resources listed on our Working in the UK page
If you're graduating in 2018, sign up for our Jobs by email fortnightly bulletin.

Search for vacancies

Cambridge Healthcare Research - Graduate Role

Strategy Consulting: Associate Consultant - Life Sciences, Cambridge, competitive salary. Closing date 4 June 2018

William Reed Buisiness Media - Graduate Role

Market Analyst, Crawley, competitive salary. Closing date 24 May 2018

Linney - Graduate Role

Writer, Mansfield, salary TBC. Closing date 2 May 2018

This is just a taste! Log in to My Career to view hundreds and thousands of vacancies

Regional job boards

Take a look at the  websites of universities in the area where you want to work as they may have information on the job market and vacancy sources.

Use local newspapers and the  Newspaper Society has a list of their websites across the UK.

Here are some starting points fopr graduate vacancies around the country.

North of England

South (South West, South East, London)
Midlands and East of England
Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales



Recruitment agencies

Recruitment agencies are a good source of vacancies. Some specialise in graduate recruitment, some in specific job areas and others offer a mix of vacancies. 

Before you use a recruitment agency, please read The Recruitment and Employment Confederation advice on  using an agency. You should not pay a fee for the services of an agency as they charge the employer.

Careers and Employability Service

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