BNU has a Career Success team that’s dedicated to helping its students improve employability and job prospects. For example, as a current student or graduate, you’ll be able to book a 30 or 60-minute one-to-one careers appointment to discuss anything like planning your next move, perfecting your CV or improving your interview technique.
You’ll also be able to use BNU’s online careers platform, MyBucksCareer, to take advantage of all sorts of careers resources. You’ll find mock interviews, CV help guides, listed job opportunities, and more.
The mentoring scheme is open to students in any year of their course and provides access to mentoring by an industry professional, some of who are former BNU students. If you do this, you’ll be able to improve your job prospects by learning from an established career professional.
It’s also possible to include a placement year or work-based project in your degree, giving you experience and contacts in industry. Careers events throughout the year will also prove valuable in increasing your employability.