The University of Greenwich is the top modern university for graduate job prospects in London and Kent. The university has close ties with hundreds of employers, from major international corporations such as IBM and Unilever to the NHS Trusts, care providers and schools.
The university’s comprehensive Employability & Careers Service offers a range of excellent services. Students benefit from careers support and advice through sessions delivered through the curriculum, one-to-one sessions with careers advisers, practice interviews, CV guidance, workshops and weekly career clinics.
Final-year students can access paid graduate-level internships, fully organised by the Employability & Careers Service. These internships can often lead to permanent roles.
Students can also learn from professionals in the industry they want to get into through one-to-one sessions with a mentor, group sessions and e-mentoring.
The university has a team of over 300 student ambassadors who support the work of staff across the university. The Student Ambassador Scheme offers students the chance to gain valuable work skills and earn while they learn.
Student reviewers rate the university’s employability office highly and many of the undergraduate courses offer a work placement opportunity as part of the degree. This enables students to gain vital experience and build up industry contacts.
University of Greenwich students on Whatuni say:
“The employability office is amazing.”
“They've offered a lot of workshops and fairs to support numerous careers.”
“There are always discussions and talks to help with employability in my department.”
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