The Students’ Union and University offer a range of careers services and opportunities for you to explore throughout your time at University.
In addition to focusing on studies, Students need to do other things during their time at university to develop their CV & employability. The Careers Service exists to help students manage all this from day one. You don't need a draft CV, a careers idea in mind or to be in your final year to use the service. Whatever your situation, why not make that appointment and get the support you need?
Boost your CV and stand out from the crowd. Volunteering will give you valuable transferable skills to take with you into the job-hunting world, communication, teamwork, time management, organisation and decision making to name a few. We work with the University and local communities across South and West Wales to provide students with volunteering opportunities, we also help students to start their own projects.
GO Wales: Achieve through Work Experience is an employability programme aimed at young full-time students completing a higher education course. They can help by organising it, providing finance to help you access it and ongoing coaching and mentoring to make sure you get as much as you can from the experience. The ethos is that you will be in a better position upon graduation to get a graduate job. If you would like to find out more, please visit their website. Due to the way Go Wales is funded, eligibility criteria apply so please check to determine if you are eligible.