Information and advice to support you in your early post-graduation career. Recent graduates can continue to use all of our services for two years after the end of your course.

How to identify and understand your strengths, skills and values, and factor them into your planning.

Graduate jobs, information about different sectors, options with your degree and further study.

Consider the broad range of opportunities available to you which can help to build experience including ideas for short-term experiences and continuing professional development (CPD).

Writing CVs, cover letters and applications, practising selection tests and preparing for interviews or assessment centres

Develop the skills you need to move into the professional world and thrive.

If you are graduating in 2024 then the Careers Service is here to support you with a tailored package of support.

Wherever you are in your graduate career our graduate toolkits are here to support you. Whether you are not sure what you should do, you are ready to make applications or you have a job lined up and want to think more about how to make an impact.

Be part of the picture and contribute to the UK’s biggest annual social survey - the Graduate Outcomes Survey.