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Graduates: Find Your Future

If you are graduating this summer and don’t know what you are doing next, then we would love to support you in finding work or applying to further study. Read on to find out about the services available to you for the next two years. In particular, you may want to book a one-to-one appointment with a Careers Consultant, watch one of our webinars or read our blog for advice on a range of career-related topics.

Click below to view our upcoming and recorded webinars for graduates to help you work out your next steps after graduation, to get into work or further study:

Successful job hunting: where and how to look Friday 9th November 2018, 12pm

Struggling to find the right job to apply to? Job search strategy not working so far? This webinar will inform you on where you can look for job opportunities and how you can access the hidden job market, as well as encouraging you along the job search journey which can be difficult and discouraging. Sign up to be reinvigorated and get fresh inspiration!

Take care of your wellbeing while managing your job hunt Thursday 15th November 2018, 12.30pm

Job hunting can be stressful at the best of times, but for graduates it can be particularly tricky to grapple with this process while adjusting to life after university. During this webinar we will explore definitions of success, imposter syndrome and techniques for building resilience. Sign up to receive tips on reducing stress and feeling a greater sense of ownership over your job search.

Make an impact with your job application Friday 23rd November 2018, 12.30pm

In this webinar you will learn what employers are looking for in job application forms, how to structure your answers, and what content will have the most impact. This will give you the tools to complete application forms with greater confidence and target your applications more effectively.

Help, I’m graduating….what next?

Strategic approach to job hunting  

Presenting yourself on paper - CVs and Cover Letters  

Impressing in interviews 

Keep an eye out for more webinars coming in the next few months.

Developing your LinkedIn profile:

We offer one-to-one careers appointments for graduates, to discuss anything from choosing a career to applying for work. We would love to support you in working out your next step, so call us on 020 7882 8533 to book an appointment. Appointments run from 10am-4.30pm but if you cannot make those hours please get in touch and we can see how we can help you. We offer phone, Skype, and in-person appointments. We are based in WG3 in the Queens Building, near the Octagon on the Mile End campus.

We can help you find graduate level work in various ways:

Access over 1000 graduate jobs on JobOnline – simply sign up and create a profile to browse the opportunities available. Register for QTemps for temporary full time work on and around the Mile End campus.

To prepare for online psychometric tests use our practice test software. We have subscriptions to Assessment Day and Graduates First - both can be found here, but please call us on 020 7882 8533 to register a graduate account. If you have an interview coming up, you can use our practise online interview software. Register your free account and you'll have access to a library of 7000+ interview questions and can create your own custom set of questions, or take a pre-made interview.

We run over 100 careers events every year and as a recent graduate you can still attend these. Find out about our employer skills workshops and presentations, career fairs and careers consultant-led workshops at

Watch the video diaries of graduates from across the university of London seeking work after university to learn what worked for them, and get advice from careers professionals on finding work after university.

Fifteen months after graduating you will be asked to complete the Graduate Outcomes Survey to find out what you've been doing since you left us. We'd really appreciate you filling this in, as the anonymous survey results help us to inform current and prospective students about what they can do with their degree from the Queen Mary. They also, importantly, affect Queen Mary’s University rankings and our reputation.

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