Careers library

Our careers information library is available for students to use at any stage during their time at the University and even after their course has finished.

At different times students will find some sections more appropriate than others so we do encourage students to visit our office to have a browse. Help is available if required from our reception team.

Books

Browse our books available in the careers library and book here or borrow some of the books on loan.

Free employers directories

We also stock a range of employer directories, work experience / internship guides and sector-specific guides which are free to collect. TargetJobs career products, Graduate Prospects publications, Inside Careers series, The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers & many more free publications for you to take away.

Take-away careers publications

Collect copies of leaflets on writing your CV, Application forms, Speculative applications, First interviews, Assessment Centres, Psychometric tests, Postgraduate study and research and many others. Options sheets: take the sheet for your subject to find out which jobs will need the skills you will develop throughout your studies.

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Careers videos

Current students can view them online from our Careers Videos page. Note:Requires university login.

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Reference materials

Your Degree…What Next? Get started with these folders containing a variety of information linked to your degree subject: industry insights, occupational profiles related to your subject and alternatives, sources of vacancies, further study options, first destinations for last year’s graduates from your subject. Occupations Background information explaining what is involved in different jobs and links to other useful resources. View catalogues of occupational folders classified alphabetically and by sector and group. Job Hunting Reference materials to help you make career decisions and take action to get you where you want to be. Postgraduate Study and Funding Directories of courses and funding sources as well as information about how to choose the right course and institution Work and study abroad Information, resources and directories from and about opportunities in countries all over the world. Special Interests Details on Self-employment and equal opportunities issues Resources on Changing course, Volunteering and Gap Year

Contact us

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Address
Employability and Careers Centre
Philip Marchant Building
University of Surrey
Guildford
Surrey
GU2 7XH