Digital Career Guides
Graduate Career Guide 2016 (The Big Choice.com)
Guardian UK 300 2016/17 (In association with Target Jobs)
Job Crowd (Employers reviewed by employees)
Prospects MBA Directory
Prospects Postgraduate Directory
Prospects Student Career Guide
Prospects Graduate Market Trends
Target Jobs Internship Guide
Target Jobs Sector Guides (include finance, law, engineering, teaching, property, IT, consulting)
Top Companies for graduates to work for (Job Crowd)
Top Undergraduate Employers (Rate My Placement / Guardian Jobs)
Hear from industry experts and employers by watching short video clips on a range of industry sectors. View the website at Career Player
This site has a range of career guides, informative tips and techniques to landing a top job, strategies to start your own business and everything else in between! View the website at Career Addict.
Interview /assessment / application videos
You can now access 4 informative videos on Moodle by visiting our Careers Moodle page and going to section 10 Interview Videos. These will help you with all aspects of your job search.
Graduates in the Smaller Business: Big Opportunities in Small Businesses
This DVD explores how graduates and SMEs (small & medium sized enterprises) can benefit one another. Graduates and their employers relate their own experiences and offer practical advice.
Making an Impact: The Graduate Job Interview
AGCAS's interview DVD shows real students and graduates being interviewed by actual recruiters. It includes extracts from each interview, selectors' verdicts and candidates reflecting on their own performance.
At the Assessment Centre
'At the Assessment Centre' shows real students and graduates being assessed by actual recruiters from Enterprise Rent-A-Car, HSBC and RWE npower in activities which commonly feature at assessment centres. It includes extracts from each exercise, selectors' verdicts and candidates reflections on their own performance.
Your Job's Online
This programme shows how applicants can maximise their chances of success when completing electronic applications. It shows two major employers selecting graduates using only their electronic applications.