Employability and Careers

Students

The Employability and Careers Centre offers careers information, advice and guidance throughout all the stages of our students' journey at the University which is extended to our alumni for three years after leaving the University. 

Here is a brief outline of the services we offer:

  • One-2-one careers advice
  • CV checks and job application preparation
  • Preparation for assessment centres
  • Placement year advice and vacancies
  • Careers fairs and events programme
  • Employer led skills workshops
  • Advice on leaving or changing a course
  • Library for careers information and reference literature
  • On-line job vacancy service

As many students delay thinking about their careers until their final year, we want to encourage them to think about it from the outset.  Learn in more detail what we can offer by exploring the headings on the right hand side or visit our office to book an appointment with one of our careers advisers.

Visit our events listing

During the Autumn and Spring semesters we run a varied programme of careers related workshops and skills sessions open to all students

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One to one advice

One to one advice is available for current students at Surrey where individual advice and guidance is provided by our careers advisers throughout the year

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Vacancies

Job hunting is a competitive activity with employers looking for applicants who can offer the most.  They seek evidence of your activities, employability skills and how these are relevant. Visit our on-line vacancy service

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What do Surrey graduates do?

Explore the employment destinations of Surrey graduates from our leavers survey conducted each year

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Equality and diversity

As a student at the University of Surrey, you may wish to learn more about your personal rights for studying, living and working in the UK and have access to advice on equality and diversity in the workplace. The following links provide information from the UK Government, other organisations and AGCAS (Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services) which is regularly updated. If you need to discuss a specific issue please do not hesitate to contact us.

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