University of Surrey 

Careers support

Careers services for Surrey Alumni
As a Surrey Graduate you have the benefit of a unique educational experience that has tested your intellectual rigour and helped you to develop a range of useful and transferable skills. If you haven't yet found the career for you, or you're thinking about a change, why not take a closer look at one of the sections below. We are constantly expanding this list, so if your chosen sector isn't featured, please check back soon or visit our Careers Services.

Looking for a job in the UK?
The 
Careers Service offers a range of services, including mock interviews and assessments, CV and application form checks, psychometric testing sessions, interactive workshops, one-to-one guidance appointments and a vacancy board, all designed to help improve your employability.

For more information, please contact the Careers Service.

Working abroad?
If you are thinking of working abroad, you may find the following useful:
www.prospects.ac.uk/links/abroad

The Careers publisher GTI produces information on working in various European countries:
Careers pan-Europe:
www.targetjobs.eu
Careers in France: www.targetcarrieres.fr
Careers in Germany: www.staufenbiel.de
Careers in Ireland: www.gradireland.com
Careers in Switzerland: www.staufenbiel.ch

In addition to the resources above, the Careers Service holds general information on working in different countries in its careers information room.

Looking to recruit?
We have almost 15,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students. They are highly-focused and motivated and achieve considerable success in finding employment. We believe that this is a testimony both to their calibre and the relevance of our courses to the world of work.

We aim to provide an accessible and flexible service to help you to recruit our graduates. We are always happy to discuss your needs, particularly if you are considering graduate recruitment for the first time.

For more information, view our Employer Brochure or contact our Employer Liaison Officer Cathryn Jobson for further information.

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