Careers service

The careers service offers an impartial service to help you choose your future career, search for a job or voluntary opportunity, give you advice on your applications and tackling interviews.

Our careers website has a whole host of resources and we provide advice by email and drop-in sessions as well as confidential guidance interviews.

Our full services are available to:

  • current full-time undergraduate and postgraduate students of the University including those based at one of the five HEBP further education colleges
  • part-time students of the University on courses leading to named awards
  • former students of the University who graduated or withdrew in the last two years.

We offer limited services, at the discretion of careers service staff, to:

  • other part-time students of the University
  • students and graduates of other UK HE institutions
  • former students who left more than two years ago
  • Teesside University staff
  • adults interested in higher education careers related matters.

Services to employers and voluntary organisations

  • we advertise vacancies and general information free of charge
  • organisations can hold presentations and interviews on campus
  • organisations can exhibit at the annual careers fair for a £150 fee.
  • voluntary organisations can promote their opportunities to university students and graduates

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If you're not eligible to use the Careers Service, the National Careers Service provides information, careers and skills advice. Available free to every adult in England. Contact an adviser online, by phone or you can book an appointment to see an adviser at your nearest National Careers Service office.

 

Graduates - after you leave

Graduate careers advice and guidance
After you graduate you can still use your careers service for up to two years. If you move to another part of the UK your nearest university may be able to help you.

Alumni Association
Keep up to date with University news and stay in contact with other alumni - we have over 100,000 members across the globe. Our Alumni Association

Graduate Outcomes Survey
Information is collected about our leavers to find out what they do after university. It really helps us improve our service and advice. The survey data is submitted to the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA), who publish reports for all the UK Higher Education Institutions. All information you provide is confidential and is used anonymously.
Find out more about the Graduate Outcomes survey