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NU Careers App

NU Careers – Get access to your Careers Online Employability hub on the go

Have you downloaded the NU Careers app?

The NU Careers app has lots of of advice, information, videos, quizzes and interactive tools. Find:

  • CV and cover letter builders- get started on your part-time job applications
  • Interview Simulator – practice interview questions and take a mock interview
  • Career Pulse quiz – find out how employable you are
  • Career assessment quizzes – discover your preferences and motivations
  • Plus information on career sectors, job hunting, global careers and much more!

Once you’ve downloaded the app you’ll need to connect it to your NU Careers App account. Follow the three simple steps in the Mobile app tab in ‘My profile’.

Download it from your app store now.

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