Careers & Enterprise

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As well as the information and downloads listed in the left hand menu items, see the additional resources below: 

  • Information sheets

Including 'How to write a CV', 'Securing work experience and internships' and 'choosing what's next after graduation', download our information sheets for tips and advice on a range of careers topics from how to find a job, to performing well at assessment centres, preparing for interviews to considering postgraduate study.

  • Ultimate Careers Guide London Magazine

Everything you need to know about getting started with your career - including how to make the most of your time at university, finding work experience, making applications, choosing further study and starting your own business. Collect a copy from the Careers & Enterprise Centre, read it using Zmags or download the individual articles.

  • Getting into... industry guides

See our industry guides written by the QMUL careers team, to find out more about different roles available in an industry, how to job hunt and whether the sector is right for you.

  • Practice video interview

Take a mock video interview on our *brand new* Interview Stream platform. Choose from a range of ready made interviews focusing on specific sectors, or build your own from a library of over 7000 questions.

  • Practice psychometric test and e-tray exercises

Practise full length numerical, verbal, inductive, logical and diagrammatic tests online, with downloadable answer sheets that explain the solutions to each question. Register with Graduates First and Assessment Day using your @qmul email address.

  • Part time work guide

The Careers & Enterprise Centre and Advice and Counselling produce a guide to part time and vacation work, including information on how to find and apply for part time work, gaining an National Insurance number, benefits available and advice for international students.

  • Going Global

Are you thinking about working or studying abroad? 

Going Global is an information portal with resources covering countries across the world. Topics include job search sources, work permit/visa regulations, resume writing guidelines and examples, employment trends, salary ranges, networking groups, cultural/interviewing adviceā€¦ and much more! Visit the global forum to chat about living and working abroad. 

Additional advice and information on working abroad, with a range of country profiles are available on the targetjobs website. Separate advice guides are available for studying abroad.

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