Our employability strategy which encourages students to decide, plan and compete contributes to the good reputation our graduates have with employers.
Find out about the ways the Careers Centre can support schools and faculties to support their students. Remember that many schools and faculties have people within the school or faculty with an employability remit.
What the Careers Centre offers
The Careers Centre runs events and offers a wide range of resources including a database of employment opportunities to help students prepare for the job market.
There are many work experience opportunities available to University of Leeds students, including 12-month placements, summer internships and insight days.
The Spark team and Enterprise Centre offer support and resources for students who are thinking about setting up their own businesses.
If students are looking for extra money or experience, Joblink gives them access to a database of temporary or part time jobs.
The Employability Network provides an opportunity for colleagues engaged in employability activity across the University of Leeds to meet to discuss successes and challenges, identify areas for collaboration, receive information from relevant University colleagues and to provide information and raise issues and business for the Employability Strategy Group.