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Careers services

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.

2016

"We have ACE week where we focus more on our careers after uni."
"I frequently receive interview tips and job adverts from the employability team. The university also brings in established people from my study area to tell us about the life after university."
"The university offers a lot of employment support but I think my course needs to teach some employment information too, particularly as it is a creative course. For example, there's a lot of debate about how much to charge for your work and that was never covered by the course."
"There's an employability team that are very helpful as you can ask them to look over your CV and cover letter among many other things. The university also tries to get us to look at how employable we are and tries to get us to add to it. So overall it's quite good."
"They help with CVs and give opportunities to progress further, such as the Acceler8 award."
"The university works with a scheme called Students in Classrooms. This has helped me find a placement school and gain valuable experience."
"The careers service at our university is good. However, you have to seek them out if you want help. Once you have done this they are very thorough in their approach and very helpful."
"Employability team has drop ins and appointments available every day. I've had my CV and applications checked, as well as receiving good careers advice."
"Employability service is very useful. University has a lot of contacts. Offers a lot of opportunities such as placements and work experience."
"We have a job shop style website that shows all of the vacancies available to Trent students. The staff in the careers department are really lovely and approachable, with genuine advice about your CV, interviews and finding positions."


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