It is never too early to kick-start your career and university is a great time to prepare for the job market. All of our courses are career-focussed, producing work ready graduates. There are plenty of career-development opportunities available to UWS students.
Whether you're looking for a part-time job to help fund your studies, a work placement to boost your CV, or advice on landing your first graduate job, UWS's Careers & Skills Department are here to help.
Our team of advisers are ready to help with career planning, graduate recruitment, work placements, part-time work, summer jobs and volunteering. We offer one-to-one guidance sessions tailored to individual students needs on all matters relating to career plans, including:
We also offer academic advice, guidance and resources to develop and enhance academic and practical skills for success at university and beyond. One-to-one skills support session can cover a range of topics, including:
Online careers and skills development resources are available to all UWS students, no matter their location or level/type of study. There is also the option of telephone and email support for students who cannot attend campus for any reason.
Workshops, seminars and employer presentations are held throughout the year and vary by campus. Some of these are delivered in class in partnership with teaching staff while others are open to all UWS students to attend.