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Planning your Career

From first year through to final year and beyond graduation, Graduate Futures is here to help you with your career. We want you to achieve your ambitions and make the most of your experiences, develop your skills and manage your future.

 

We will help you to:

  • Plan your career. Confidential one-to-one support to enable you to focus your career plans, enhance your employability and work towards application success.
  • Find a job. Sign up to JobsOnline and discover part-time jobs and volunteer roles that build your work experience and enhance your employability. Search from thousands of opportunities, which include graduate jobs and internships, in the North East, the rest of the UK and worldwide.  
  • Meet employers on campus. Introduce yourself to potential employers at one of the many employer visits or fairs held throughout the year.  Organisations targeting Northumbria students and graduates include Turner & Townsend, EY, Procter & Gamble, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, the NHS and Ward Hadaway.
  • Become a global graduate with support on finding opportunities to work and study overseas

 

Click the button to find out more about what we have on offer:

Graduate Futures




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