The University of Lincoln has a team of employability and careers professionals ready to help students develop their knowledge, skills, confidence, and experience needed to kick-start their chosen career.
The university’s advisors offer individual support and advice through a combination of face-to-face and online one-to-one appointments, group sessions, and workshops. Daily drop-in sessions with the Careers Clinic are also available. The team is on hand to answer queries and help students develop practical skills, such as building their CV and preparing for interviews.
A range of employment advice and skills development workshops are delivered throughout the year as part of a calendar of events which allow students to engage with top employers.
Students can sign up to the university’s CareerLinc service to receive updates on student employment, work placement, and graduate-level opportunities with a range of regional, national, and global organisations. The Campus Jobs service can help students to find part-time work to fit around their studies.
The university is proud to have developed innovative partnerships with a range of organisations. It aims to provide students with enhanced opportunities for work experience, networking, and access to latest industry trends. Many of the courses offer the chance to gain hands-on experience through work placements and professional practice years. Opportunities may be available both in the UK and overseas via the university’s Global Opportunities Team.
University of Lincoln students on Whatuni say:
“Employability modules really help to enhance interview and CV building skills.”
“There are a lot of good careers events throughout the year alongside guest speakers from different companies. There is also a good careers team and advisers in the Lincoln International Business School and the wider University.”
“There are plenty of resources, tutorials, and help with placements and supporting statements.”
Sorry! got missed
Sorry! got missed