Improve Your Employability
At university you have many opportunities to develop new skills and further enhance existing ones. In addition to the skills related to your subject, your course can develop communication, teamwork, time management, negotiation and problem-solving skills through group work, presentations, written reports and research.
Employability skills can be developed through activities like work experience, volunteering, being part of a sports team, taking on a leadership role in a student society, or organising fundraising initiatives.
For more information see the "Work Experience and Internships" section our Careers Guide online.
Work Experience - work experience helps you become more employable - especially if it's valuable and relevant.
Add an international dimension to your Queen's experience - view a wide range of work-related options designed to develop you personally and boost your career/skills profile
Competitions-engaging students in project based learning
Career Development Programmes - develop your skills and enhance your academic qualifications through our career and skills development programmes.
Degree Plus Award - make your experiences work for you and get official recognition for all your extra-curricular activities and achievements.
Personal Development Planning - your undergraduate degree is the first step on your route to graduate employment. PDP is an excellent tool to help you work out what you want, and to achieve it. This applies equally to your academic, personal and career goals.
Alumni Career Mentoring - information for enrolled undergraduates and interested alumni