Get tailor-made support to develop your academic, professional and careers skills. Log in to the Online Careers and Skills Centre now and get started!
As a UWS student and up to two years after graduating, you can benefit from one-to-one careers guidance.
Our qualified careers advisers provide support on career planning, graduate recruitment, placement, part-time work, summer jobs and volunteering. We’re a member of AGCAS Scotland, the professional body for higher education careers advice.
What to expect
Our experienced advisers can help on issues including:
These are just a few ideas. It’s your appointment and you set the agenda!
If we can’t offer a suitable face-to-face appointment, you can arrange to get advice by phone or email. You can find details on how to do this in the Online Careers and Skills Centre.
As a current student, you can also get academic advice, guidance and resources from our academic skills advisers. This support is designed to help enhance your academic and practical skills for success at university and beyond.
We are also happy to arrange small group sessions. Email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that we are not able to provide a proofreading service, subject-specific content or specialist support for English as a second language.
Information on English language support can be found here.
The Online Careers and Skills Centre is a great resource for self-development. It includes a CV builder, interview simulator and employer videos. It’s also the way to book appointments with our advisers.
Please return completed forms to email@example.com.
Our online resources are available to all students, no matter where they are. We also offer telephone, WebEx and email support to students who cannot be on campus for any reason.
For details, see the Start Here Panel of the Online Careers and Skills Centre.
Our services and resources are available to UWS early career research staff. Log into the Online Careers and Skills Centre with your 8 digit staff ID number and your usual network password.
You can find a range of other information online:
If you need help accessing any of our information resources, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can take part in workshops, webinars and employer presentations. Some of these are delivered in class in partnership with teaching staff, and others are open to any students. We promote these in our calendar in the Online Careers and Skills Centre. The calendar also includes details of relevant external events, such as careers fairs.
Current students can also find answers to FAQs by logging in to the HUB Student Portal.
For student & graduate telephone enquiries, call the HUB on 0141 848 3800.