It's now a fact of life that many students have part-time jobs, which not only provide income, and also importantly, help to develop skills which are valued by graduate recruiters.
Queen’s offers an On-Campus JobShop which advertises part-time jobs available in Queen’s Schools and Departments. There is significant variety in work on offer, from helping prepare a mailshot to working at graduation ceremonies and offering a direct reception service to fellow students using, for example, the Student Guidance Centre. Each year, the on-campus jobshop helps around 500 students access work on campus.
Alternatively, our off-campus jobshop helps students locate work with employers external to the university. If interested you'll have to register with our Online Career Management System to view these vacancies. Registering with Off campus Jobs
The Students' Union also promotes the development of work and business skills and employs around 250 students on a part-time basis. Positions are available throughout the year. For more details visit the Students' Union website.
To help give you a head start after university life, Queen's also provide official recognition of all your extra-curricular activities such as part-time work, volunteering, clubs and societies and much more.
The Degree Plus Award encourages you to take every opportunity offered to you by Queen's so that your mixture of academic achievement and extra-curricular skills makes you more appealing to employers.