If you have graduated and are still working out your next steps, then we would love to support you in finding work or applying to further study and can do that up to 2 years after graduation. 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:
Keep an eye out for more webinars coming in the next few months.
Developing your LinkedIn profile:
Stuck working out what job you want to do? Take this short course to move your thinking on a step.
This short course will enable you to describe how to write a CV that is targeted, explain how to write evidence based CVs and outline the sections in a CV.
Look out for future short courses which will be added here.
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 9:30am-5:00pm 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 and 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 through our jobs board – 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 Graduates First and Assessment Day. If you have an interview coming up, you can use our practice 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 careers.qmul.ac.uk/events
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.