Events and Programmes
Programme of activities for 2023/2024
Our broad range of activities range from skills workshops and global opportunities workshops, to employer panels and careers fairs. Attending these events can help with all aspects of planning your future, from developing your employability to succeeding in graduate recruitment.
Check back here for regular updates throughout the academic year.
What's coming up in Semester 1 in Careers
Check out our semester 1 events and activities!
From mentoring to leadership training and resilience building, we have a packed Semester of events coming up designed to turbo boost your career and your confidence.
We are also hosting a number of Themed Weeks and special events in the Foyer of One Elmwood designed to help you break down barriers to career progression, build your personal brand and develop your early leadership potential.
Themes include Future Leaders Week and Study Abroad Week.Download our free student guide
Upcoming Programme Application Deadlines
Careers Events in Semester 1
Careers Events in Semester 2
The Careers, Employability & Skills Team will be in the foyer of One Elmwood on 05 February from 10am-1pm to chat to students about our upcoming Spring Careers Fair!
Always On Activity
You can book a one-to-one consultation with one of our Careers Consultants throughout the year. Whether you want help defining your career plan or tailoring your CV for an application, get in touch.
You can book a 15 minute appointment with one of the Global Opportunities Team to hear about the study and work abroad opportunities and ask specific questions.
The drops ins take place every Tuesday & Thursday, 12-1pm.
Your career starts here!
Every Queen's student has free access to MyFuture, our early career management platform.
There are loads of free tools in there.
Use it to:
Search and apply for jobs
Access 1-2-1 careers guidance
Check your CVSearch jobs and events on MyFuture
Access 24/7 CV feedback in seconds with VMock.
You get 10 free CV uploads per academic year, so you can finesse your CV for a part-time job, placement or graduate role.
Find out the key skills employers want
The Future-Ready Skills Course provides you with resources and training on the employability skills you will need to stand out in the competitive graduate job market. The course has been designed to match the key skills that major employers look for in students and graduates.
From digital skills, and effective learning, to social and cultural awareness, CV writing and interview preparation to commercial awareness, the Future Ready Skills Course includes a range of modules that will prepare you for your future career.
Start the Future Ready Skills course today.Get future-ready!
We are committed to developing work-ready graduates and are focussed on offering our students access to valuable and impactful work experience opportunities through work shadowing and internships.
Your global career starts here!
Every Queen's University Belfast student has free access to GoinGlobal, a platform offering over 16 million+ worldwide internship and job postings, alongside location-specific career guides.
Calling all QUB International students!
Did you know that as a Queen’s student you can enjoy free access to Student Circus, a platform specifically for international students and graduates looking for work in the UK.
Many employers and organisations run presentations, recruitment events and industry insight experiences for students. This provides a great opportunity to gain an understanding about a particular sector, company or field, and to find out more about relevant opportunities and how to apply.
If you are an Employer who would like to advertise your events to our Students on the MyFuture platform, please create an Employer profile on MyFuture and then add the details of your events once registered.
Develop your entrepreneurial skills with or without a business idea
InQUBate is a network of different departments at the university who work to support student and graduate enterprise.
Star, grow or develop your business
SU Enterprise offer all students and recent graduates support in the form of 1:1 advice, programmes, competitions and funding
Improve your entrepreneurial skills
If you don’t have a business idea, but want to get involved and develop entrepreneurial skills, there is a wide range of activities available at the University. Find out more on the InQUBate website.
PGR students – want to commercialise your research?
Careers, Employability & Skills on Social Media
You can stay informed of all our events, programmes and student announcements by checking out our Careers Student Intranet, and also by following us on our social media channels below and searching our main hashtag #QUBCareers.