Graduate employment support
Graduates can continue to access employment support for at least three years after graduation.
Alumni can access information and support around CVs, interviews and discover career options, work placements and more.
Many employers still request CVs, but it is increasingly common for candidates to be asked to complete an application form when applying for jobs.Find out more
CVs and covering letters
CVs are designed to highlight skills and give evidence about studies, previous work experience and life experiences in a structured format.Find out more
From career options and work placements to internship and volunteering opportunities, check out our jobs portal to find your next experience.Find out more
The Graduate Re-tune project helps to improve BCU’s understanding of the barriers graduates face in the transition from higher education to graduate level employment.Find out more
Psychometric tests are used by recruiters to assess ability and personality and are used by employers to see how potential employees perform in a variety of tasks.Find out more
Many companies are turning to Assessment Centres as a way of selecting candidates, where candidates and asked to take part in a series of activities.Find out more
Job interviews give employers the opportunity to find out more about potential employees and whether their skills meet the job requirements.Find out more
With over 750 million users, LinkedIn is a great way to connect with others. Check out our ten top tips on setting up your LinkedIn profile.Find out more