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New students

Careers Service

Our Careers Service is here to support you from your first day. Our career consultants and academic staff work together to help you develop the skills and abilities you will need to stand out in your future career.

Careers, Student Development and OutreachAt the Careers Service, we work with employers from every sector, bringing them to City to meet with you and help you identify opportunities for part-time work, placements, work experience, internships and graduate roles.

We also co-ordinate a number of activities that will help you to develop personally and professionally whilst mentoring others or being mentored, you can get involved with volunteering in the community or you can undertake paid work.

So, what can you do from your very first day at City to start your career journey?

Talk to a Careers Consultant

We can help you plan your career, whether you know exactly what you want to do or are exploring your options. You can book one-to-one appointments for CV and application checks, career guidance and tailored mock interviews throughout the year.

Attend employer and alumni-led careers events

Gain exposure to a diverse range of employers and alumni on campus at skills sessions and industry specific events taking place throughout each term.

Register with Unitemps for part-time jobs on campus

Our internal temping agency, Unitemps, can help you secure part-time and temporary work while you study, giving you the opportunity to develop the transferable skills that are in demand from employers and the ability to articulate these when you are looking for your graduate position.

Browse vacancies, including insight programmes and internships

City CareersHub gives you access to hundreds of graduate roles, placements, internships, insight programmes and part-time jobs. You will get access to CareersHub automatically once you complete your in-person registration for the institution during Welcome Week.

You can also view our career guides covering a range of topics, including preparing for your career and preparing for an interview.

Apply to become a Widening Participation Student Ambassador

Apply to join the Widening Participation Student Ambassador programme. You may be able to undertake paid tutoring work in local schools, or help out with Summer Schools and Taster Weeks for pre-University students.

Online applications will open on 19th September 2016 and close on 7th October 2016.


Volunteering offers you a fantastic opportunity to meet other students, give back to the wider community and help make a difference whilst learning and developing skills and growing in confidence. Find out about opportunities to volunteer across London and sign up online.

Whether you already know what you want to do, or are open to new ideas as you explore the graduate arena, visit our Careers Service. We provide valuable advice and guidance throughout your time at City. The sooner you engage with us, the better - don't leave it until your final year.

Visit the Careers Service webpages for more information.

Work in the UK while you study - information for international students

Most international students who are in the UK on a student visa are allowed to work part-time during studies and full-time in vacation periods. For full details of what you can and can't do in the UK in relation to employment, please see our full guidance.

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