Anglia Ruskin University
Please comment on the support you’ve had from the careers services, the type of employers that present and recruit on campus, the effectiveness of the alumni network, as well as fairs and on-campus recruitment activity.
"As a CELTA graduate, job offers were made immediately. Even without this, though, I believe that the advice and recommendations we received from the university were really helpful."
"The amount of support you receive is dependent on your career path."
"Employability services have come in to give talks. These were useful and they prepared us for what's to come post-uni."
"The employability team works with students for their entire three years."
"Employability officers always come to tutorials and there are walk-in sessions too. We have a whole module dedicated to careers."
"Lecturers are very helpful when approached regarding this subject. Big scientific names of the modern era often visit for a short presentation and give us information about future prospects."
"There are a lot of career days and opportunities to meet and create links to jobs."
"The careers service organises two presentations from employers each year but only a small number of employers recruit on campus for degree level jobs. Networking events aren't very common and they could be more widely advertised."
"We have had various visitors brought in by the careers service, which has meant that we can ask questions and find out what is needed."
"The careers service is second to none. They provide excellent services including training, award schemes, CV clinics, job alerts, interview training and preparation. The list goes on."