As well as providing you with a unique educational experience, the University is committed to helping you stand out in the graduate job market.
Here you can find out about the initiatives on offer, designed to give you the crucial experience desired by graduate employers.
Find out what other advice and support is available now and after graduation on the Careers and Employability Service website.
Final and penultimate year students can now benefit from the experience and knowledge of graduates who have already fulfilled your career aspirations.
Alumni also have the opportunity to extend their volunteering activities by becoming mentors themselves, and can have a positive impact in this role.
If you are about to graduate but don't know what to do next, you might want to consider a Graduate Internship.
These graduate opportunities are a fantastic way of getting paid work experience, building your CV and choosing a career to suit you.
Want to understand the dynamic management behind a worldwide organisation after you graduate?
Want to get paid for doing it, without even having to leave the University?
The Graduate Trainee Programme is for you!
The Graduate Trainee Programme is incredibly useful for recent graduates as a means to gain some valuable paid work experience, while at the same time giving you a chance to look for further employment.
My internship was creatively titled 'University website enhancement' and I was asked to perform all manner of web-related tasks. A year on from the start of the internship I have been offered the position of Web Officer after interviewing for the position.
Luke Woollett, Archaeology and Classical Civilisation, 2010