Career Ready Graduates
The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2014 ranks Queen's 26th for graduate prospects and graduate employment, which helps to explain why Queen's graduates play a leading role in the senior management of 80 of Northern Ireland's top companies.
We recognise the importance of skills acquired through participation in extracurricular activities, such as voluntary work, part-time jobs and sport, which are attractive to potential employers. Gain accreditation for skills developed outside of your degree.Learn more
Employability skills are heavily embedded in the Queen's curriculum
This practical industry or sector experience can prove a fantastic learning opportunity and invaluable in launching your graduate career.Internationalise your degree
Careers guidance and information are an integral part of all school-level induction programmes
The careers service here is very supportive - if you have any problems or queries they are definitely on hand any time of the day! Heather Currie
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They can help you plan your route from study to graduate employment, giving expert career advice at our dedicated Student Guidance Centre.
Careers and Placement Officer
My Future allows students to search hundreds of internship and graduate job opportunities, through the relationships the University has built with employers, both internationally and locally.