The Careers and Employability Service can guide you through every stage of your career planning. We will work together to help you make informed decisions that will put your plans into action. We can help you to find opportunities, make applications and succeed at interviews.
No! We will help you clarify your goals, identify strengths gained through academia, employment or work experience. By exploring your interests and career options we can help you work towards achieving your career objective.
We offer one-to-one appointments which can be booked on the day, either in person or over the telephone, in the All Saints Building, Manchester and the Laurence Building, Crewe. Careers & Employability Advisers also run appointments at Hollings, Didsbury and Aytoun. Further details are available on our appointments page . We also offer a careers advice by email service.
Our mentoring service Mentormatch puts you in touch with an online career Mentor. Mentors can help by offering you more in depth information on the realities of the career you have chosen, access to contacts to set up work experience, feedback on CVs, applications and job interview as well as helping to encourage you to realise your potential.
You can also network with employers at presentations, fairs and other careers events. See our events page for details.
MMU students can use the Careers and Employability Service up to three years after you graduate. Alternatively you may use the Prospects service for graduates.
If you have a disability or impairment, learning difficulty, health problem or are D/deaf, then there is additional support available to you. Marina Matosic is our Careers & Employability Adviser who specialises in the area of disability. You can pre-book an appointment with Marina by calling 0161 247 3483.
Volunteering MMU offers a free brokerage service for Not for Profit (NFP) organisations across Greater Manchester and Cheshire. The aim of this service is to help students to develop their employability skills by gaining experience within the community, supporting a wide range of organisations.
If you would like to speak to a member of the team, contact us by telephone on 0161 247 2211 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some careers such as Teaching, Law and Social Work will have specific deadlines, especially in the autumn term. Please contact the Careers and Employability Service for full details.
Recruitment / Employment fairs, Careers talks and Employer presentations start from early October onwards.
The Civil Service, NHS, Accountancy and many blue chip companies require applications to be submitted in the autumn term.
The MMU Careers and Employability Service supports the Best Practice in Graduate Recruitment National Code of Practice. We have a duty of care to our students and graduates and reserve the right to edit or omit vacancies according to suitability, and in line with current employment, equality and diversity legislation.
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