We provide tailored careers events, information and placement services to equip our students with what they need to secure graduate roles or further study opportunities after university.
A range of services are available from our Careers & Enterprise centre in Queens’ Building WG3, including one-to-one appointments and information resources. Please refer students for an appointment to receive job application feedback, psychometric test and interview practice or advice on options – whether this relates to part-time work, internships or graduate employment. We are always looking for new ways of building student employability, so please get in touch with your School Careers Team or the Head of Careers & Enterprise, Emily Huns, if you have feedback or ideas.
Bespoke careers support for academic schools
Each School has a dedicated Careers Consultant who provides a programme of comprehensive and tailored support to students from that School. You are welcome to ask for our help with anything relating to the employability of your students or to employer engagement. The most effective outcomes for students are nearly always achieved via school collaboration.
Below are examples of the ways we’re currently working with schools:
• Providing data on student destinations six months after graduation
• Collaborating on school employability projects
• Delivering a school-tailored careers programme of workshops, one-to-one appointments, alumni and employer panels, in-curriculum employability education
• Sharing alumni contacts (the Alumni Office can also help with this)
• Sourcing employer endorsement for new programme proposals
• Providing online subject-specific information on QMPlus and social media
Your School Careers contact will be able to provide you with further information and advice.
By June 2015 Careers & Enterprise had placed just under 1000 students and recent graduates through QRecruit, our work experience hub. This offers students temp work, consulting projects, work experience in charities and internships.
QTemps sources paid temporary work on campus and in the local area for QMUL students and graduates. Contact Rachael Blundell, firstname.lastname@example.org
QConsult Commercial offers students from lower-income families 10 week part time consulting projects. Contact: Lindsey Shirah, email@example.com
QConsult for SBM offers Business Management students 10 week part time consulting projects. Contact Helen Green, firstname.lastname@example.org
Work experience in charities
QConsult Community enables students to build their work experience by working on group projects in a local charity. Contact Laura Beswick, email@example.com
QInterns sources paid internships for QMUL students and graduates, working with multinational companies through to start-ups. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
QMUL Careers Events
Careers & Enterprise coordinates over 150 events annually where QMUL students and graduates can meet with employers and alumni. www.careers.qmul.ac.uk/events. Contact Gianina Harvey, email@example.com
Career Capital Events
We work with East London Business Alliance to offer all students mock interviews, CV feedback and a course of selection skills training and networking with large City firms, such as Morgan Stanley and Citi. Contact Emma Taylor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Queen Mary’s enterprise programme supports students who want to develop their entrepreneurial skills, test a business idea, or grow an existing business. Support is offered via 1-1 appointments, funding (our Try It, Grow It, and Build It awards), mentoring, workshops, networking events and Tier 1 (graduate entrepreneur) visa endorsement. Contact Rachel Brown, email@example.com
ELBA mentoring scheme
We work with the East London Business Alliance to provide mentoring for students from Maths, Business and Management and Economics and Finance who are interested in city careers or law careers. Contact: Emma Taylor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Careers & Enterprise run a 6 month mentoring scheme offering an alumni or professional mentor for students from lower income families. Contact: Louisa Chastney, email@example.com
If you would like to recruit a Queen Mary student or graduate, whether it is part time, for a short term project or on an ad hoc basis, please contact our Employer Engagement and Business Development Manager Emma Taylor about advertising on our vacancy board JobOnline via firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7882 8543. See also our page for recruiters for further details.
Please contact your School Careers Team or the Head of Careers & Enterprise, Emily Huns, with your queries. We look forward to hearing from you!