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The latest events, opportunities and news from the Careers and Employability team at the University of Brighton

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Introducing the Careers and Employability team

Welcome to the University of Brighton from the Careers and Employability Team, we are here to support you from your first day at the university, throughout your degree, and after you graduate.

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Meet Active Student, the University’s volunteering service

We support students like you to find and apply for rewarding, safe and supported volunteering opportunities in the local community.

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What is mentoring and how can it help you?

Our teams of professional mentors volunteer their time to work with you to support you during your time at the university.

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Get careers advice and plan for your future

It is never too early to start planning for your future career and we want to ensure that you make the most of the opportunities available to you at university.

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Start a Business as a Student with beepurple, the University’s entrepreneurship service

Did you know that the Careers & Employability team can help you start your own business or side hustle whilst you are studying? Each year, we support 100s of students and graduate to start up!

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Gain work experience with a placement or internship

At the University of Brighton, we have dedicated Placement teams who aid you in searching, applying, and interviewing for placements or internships whilst at university.

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Mentors available to work with you now! Apply today

Do you want to stand out in a crowd and know what new skills you need to get the perfect job? Or are you just starting out and want to build new skills?

Graduating Art Student? Read on for advice and opportunities…

If you’re finishing your art degree this summer and uncertain about the future, remember there’s plenty of support out there from the university and beyond.

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Help for Students and Graduates with Mental Health conditions

The Careers and Employability Service offers confidential and impartial advice and guidance to all students and graduates. We can: help you consider how best to move forward with your next steps, if you have a mental health condition. advise on how to communicate about your mental health support needs to a prospective employer refer to…

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Graduate Opportunities 2021

What’s happening with graduate opportunities 2021? 7 predictionsfrom the Prospects and Gradconsult labour market experts: 2021 very likely to be betterin job market terms than 2020, but probably not until later in the year. We won’t get back to pre-pandemic employment this year. Overall, unemployment may continue to rise, however, non-graduates will be impacted far…

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