We recommend you begin your job hunt by taking the following steps.

Search for jobs on Engage

The Engage system has a wide range of opportunities for students and you will find information on full-time, part-time and vacation jobs as well as paid internships and voluntary opportunities. Set up your own searches and alerts to personalise your job hunt. 

Visit Engage

Come to our employer fairs

Employer events and company presentations are a great opportunity to meet employers face-to-face. They allow you to gain first-hand information about a specific company and the market it operates in, while selling yourself on a more informal basis.

Throughout the academic year, we organise a range of careers-related events on campus for both current students and recent graduates, including:

  • employer presentations and drop-in stalls
  • job-seeking skills workshops
  • workshops addressing diversity
  • mentoring schemes
  • information days
  • practice psychometric testing

Events organised outside the Careers and Employability Service may include careers information days, online recruitment events, recruitment fairs, selection days, company open days etc.

Find out more about careers fairs

You can also search for job vacancies and register for events online through Engage. Keep an eye on Engage, our blog or Twitter feed for news about upcoming events. 

Use your contacts

Get as many people as possible looking for jobs for you. Let previous employers and current contacts know that you're looking for work. Sign up with recruitment agencies relevant to your chosen field. Keep track of where your recruitment agent has sent your CV – try to ensure your CV isn’t sent twice to an organisation by different agencies.

LinkedIn is now the accepted way to network with professionals. Make sure your account is selling you in a positive way. Check our resources on digital skills and discover how to make LinkedIn work for you.