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Careers, Employability and Skills is located in the Student Guidance Centre, University Road, above the University Bookshop. Open 9 am – 5 pm.
The services offered aim to help you with:
• Decisions about life after graduation
• Mapping out your career path
• Linking your choice of modules to you future career
• Changing or taking time out from your course
• Implications of exam results
• Preparing a CV, applying for jobs, and preparing for job interviews
• Deciding between options, e.g. job or course
• Preparing for a transition to year-out placements, graduate employment or postgraduate study
• Develop your employability and skills through tailored workshops and programmes
Services available to students in Careers, Employability and Skills include:
• one-to-one career guidance sessions via bookable guidance interviews
• drop-in quick query sessions with a duty adviser
• careers advice via email at www.qub.ac.uk/careers
• the latest information on placements and graduate opportunities from occupational and employer files, brochures and publications
• internet access with adaptive technology and multi-media equipment
Please call in anytime to access the support and services offered
or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone: 028 9097 2727
The Careers, Employability and Skills Adviser for the
School of History and Anthropology is Roisin Copeland email@example.com
Roisin is based at the Student Guidance Centre.
The Careers Liaison Adviser within the School is Sean O'Connell.