As a University of Bolton graduate, you can access free careers information, advice and guidance for up to three years after you graduate. Even though you may have finished your studies at Bolton, the Careers Service is still available to help you with any career-related issues.
- Applying for graduate schemes and internships
- Directing you to relevant careers information and employer contacts
- Helping you to research your career ideas
- Providing feedback on your CV, covering letter or application form
- Developing and assessing your employability skills
It doesn’t matter if you are unsure about your future, or you want to explore other options; we can offer a range of support to suit all of your career needs.
Our Careers Advisors are on hand to offer confidential, individual appointments for all your guidance needs. Appointments are available throughout the week.
In order to make an appointment contact us +44 (0)1204 903 080 or email us at email@example.com. Alternatively, pop into the careers office which is situated in the Student Centre within Chancellor’s Mall.
If you are looking for work then don’t forget to check out all of our vacancies which can be found by clicking on the yellow button to the top, right of the page. You will need to register as a graduate (if you have not already done so) by creating a new user name and password. We have a large range of vacancies and part-time opportunities available.
As a graduate you are still very welcome to attend any of the Careers Service and employer events at the University of Bolton. You will find details of all of these on our online platform Student Hub.
Join our Alumni
After your graduation you can still keep in touch with the university by joining our Alumni and Friends Association. The strength of relationships formed here can be maintained through our active and vibrant community, bringing you both career and social benefits. For further details click here.
No longer in Bolton?
If you are a recent graduate but no longer live in Bolton, you may be able to use another university’s careers service, although there may be a charge involved. In most cases, you may be able to use their career resources for free.
It may be wise to give them a ring before you make the journey, just to find out what level of service you are entitled to. Click here for a list of university careers services.
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