If you are currently a university student, or alternatively a recent graduate reading this page, thank you for visiting this page.
As a membership organisation, NASES works directly with its member universities and colleges to support them, so that, in turn, they can help you find paid work and opportunities.
Finding work locally
You can find out who your local NASES co-ordinator is here who will be able to help you build your CV through some appropriate work opportunities. (Add link)
Because we like to help, here are some other ideas and places to visit for help and information as you develop your career.
Getting careers advice in your university
If you are looking for help to work out your future career direction, your university or college careers team are there to help. You can find out where your institution’s service is located and how to contact your careers service here.
Online sources of help
The following organisations also provide independent careers advice and guidance
www.prospects.ac.uk – focuses on graduate roles and includes links to advertised vacancies
https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk/ - for graduates and non-graduates
http://www.careerswales.com/en/ - careers help for people in Wales
https://www.skillsdevelopmentscotland.co.uk/ - for those in Scotland
https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/campaigns/careers - support for people in Northern Ireland
Places to look for jobs and graduate schemes
There is no shortage of places to look for jobs and graduate schemes online. Here are some of the most useful which offer student and graduate related opportunities and information.
If you haven’t done so already, start working on developing your networking skills and LinkedIn profile – it’s the world’s largest recruitment database and also contains hundreds of courses you can sign up for to develop your career and skills.
Good luck with developing your future and remember that NASES members are here to help.