Moving into Graduate Employment

Sorting out what you might do after graduation takes time.  You need to start this process early, ideally in year one by:

  • considering your career options and planning ahead
  • gaining work experience and placements
  • building employability skills
  • developing career management skills.

Queen's Careers Service, based at the Student Guidance Centre, University Road can help you choose a career, plan ahead and manage the recruitment and selection process through:

Careers Guidance  

  • 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:

The services offered aim to help you with:

  • one-to-one career guidance sessions via bookable guidance interviews
  • drop-in quick query sessions with a duty adviser
  • careers advice via email at 
  • 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 or Phone: 028 9097 2727