Getting the right career advice as a graduate is very important. With your new set of skills and bursting with ambition, you’ll need to understand what opportunities are available to you, how to plan a development path to meet your objectives, and what your status as a graduate will mean to employers.
There are numerous online resources that can provide advice on a variety of different issues and the graduate careers service at your University has trained career advisors who will provide expert input into planning the early stages of your career and finding your first job after graduation.
Grad Central has also compiled a list of graduate advice pages for you to use. We have specifically identified the most important areas which will govern your employment, and have linked to further resources for you to find out more information from qualified or official bodies.
These pages are meant for reference only. If you require expert graduate career guidance or advice concerning your employment rights arising from an issue at work, Grad Central recommends that you consult your University careers service or use one of the links to an official organisation listed within these pages.
Official links for professional assistance