The Careers Team offers an impartial service to help you with your career planning, to search for a job or voluntary opportunity and to give you advice and guidance on your applications and interview techniques.

Our careers office has a range of resources and we provide help and support by email as well as face to face through confidential guidance interviews.

We can offer you:

  • Information on different career paths
  • Information on a range of employers both nationally and locally
  • Support to find a placement or graduate internship
  • The opportunity to gain a range of employability skills and graduate attributes
  • The chance to build your contacts and networking opportunities
  • The chance to explore self-employment opportunities
  • Support to complete application forms, CVs and covering letters
  • Support to find graduate vacancies and postgraduate courses
  • A range of resources and career guides that will help you in your job search


Our full services are available to:

  • Current full-time and part-time undergraduate and postgraduate students of the University
  • Former students of the University of Bolton who graduated or withdrew in the last three years


We offer limited services, at the discretion of Careers Service staff to:

  • Students and graduates of other UK HE institutions
  • Former students who left more than three years ago
  • Adults interested in higher education careers related matters
  • Prospective students of the University of Bolton


Services to employers and voluntary organisations:

  • We advertise vacancies and general career-related information free of charge
  • Organisations can book a place to advertise their job opportunities on campus free of charge
  • Organisations can exhibit at the annual Careers Fair free of charge as long as they have real opportunities to promote


Not eligible? The National Careers Guidance Service is a government funded service providing information and advice to support adults in learning and work, via email, telephone and online.