Graduating this year? Don’t forget Careers and Employability – We’re here for 3 years after you leave

Congratulations! Completing your degree is a huge achievement. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t lots to think about. Whether you’re confused about your prospects, struggling to find work, or wondering how to get started with your chosen career path, we can help.

We’re here for 3 years after you graduate. Our free services include:

  • Speaking to a Career Consultant – Missed your chance to talk to one of our experts? Don’t worry – we’re still here for you. Firm up your career plans, strengthen your applications, improve your interview techniques and maximise your chances of success.


  • The Chester Internship Programme – Start your three month internship with a local employer and gain valuable industry-based experience and skills. Guaranteed minimum starting salary of £1000 per month.


  • Graduate Head Start – Struggling to find employment? Not fulfilling your career ambitions? Join our developmental programme designed to improve your employability. Attend a tailored guidance appointment, access online employability training sessions and come to a one-day career-planning workshop.


  • Entrepreneurship – Sign Up to our Venture programme and get started with your unique business venture or as a self-employed professional. Stand out from the crowd!

Contact us and book a guidance appointment with one of our Career Consultants or come along to one of our drop-ins.

If you’ve moved away from campus, don’t worry – use our Ask a Question service at Just reset your student password and you’re good to go!

We can also offer advice via Skype, email and telephone.


Get in touch to learn more:


Tel: 01244 513066 (Chester), 01925 534235 (Warrington)





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