Careers Network

careers network

Careers Network is the University’s careers and employability department working across the University to support students in their career and skills development.

The Network’s core aims are:

  • To provide you with knowledge, resources and guidance that will support and prepare you for your graduate career.
  • To enable you to develop competence in the key skills you will need for your graduate career.
  • To develop your confidence in your skills, knowledge and achievements and know that you are ready to embark on the next stage of your graduate career

The College of Social Sciences careers team provide individual advice and guidance services and deliver a programme of careers and employability support tailored to your needs, including:

Find out more about the College of Social Science Careers Network, including how to book an appointment with an advisor

College careers


Current opportunities:

Careers Network mentoring scheme is open for a few more weeks!

Open to all undergraduate students. We have a variety of mentors who work in politics, government and social work. We have some mentors with experience at local councils, NGOs and areas within the Public Sector. All of our mentors have a wealth of experience in a plethora of areas and will be of great benefit for developing your career path.
To apply you need to complete our Introduction to Mentoring Canvas Course and registration form at the end. Your details will then be imported into our new online system called Mentor Match Me, where you can then search for mentors and submit a proposal before the deadline of 28th November 2014.
For more information, please visit and if you have any questions please email