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Great CVs for Graduate Jobs

Students' Union, Training Room 1


Find out how to write a CV that gets you that interview for a graduate job. Get tips on what to put in and what to leave out. 

This workshop is aimed at students who want to know how to write an effective CV for a graduate position.

We will:

  • explain what employers look for in a graduate CV.
  • give you practical advice on how to promote the skills, experience and potential you have to offer in your CV.
  • discuss the principles of a good CV.
  • describe how to target your CV to a particular job.
  • talk about the importance of having a great covering letter and how to write one.
  • direct you to further sources of help and information.

You may find it helpful to bring along a draft CV for making notes.

If you require communication or access support please contact Careers & Employment to discuss ways of organising this, 



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Students' Union, Training Room 1


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