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Improved Graduate Online Support

Graduate Futures supports thousands of graduates annually with careers and enterprise enquiries. All graduates are able to access one-to-one career support and the Careers Online employability hub for up to five years after graduation.

Our online platform has seen large changes over the last year. Careers Online includes exclusive graduate job vacancies, career tools, articles and industry insights, all geared towards helping you succeed in the competitive graduate job market. Much of this content has been revised over the last year and you can find out more in our video here, including the launch of a new industry-relevant CV review tool (CV360) and interactive job interview tool (Interview360) in 2020.

Coming 3 May 2021 we will continue these improvements with the following:

  • A new, easier to navigate layout
  • Banners which link to appointments/workshops and relevant events
  • A new ‘Looking for work’ section
  • A new ‘Applying for work’ section
  • A new ‘Starting work’ section
  • A new ‘Considering further study’ section
  • New content informed by students/graduates and careers experts
  • New, tailored video content in most articles

Remember that as a Northumbria graduate you can still access Careers Online. If you completed your course within the past five years you can get access to the system. If you no longer have access to your Northumbria email account you will need to complete the short registration form here to get access as a graduate.

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