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Access expert advice

Our team of Employability Advisors are available and ready to provide you with the advice you need. As a student of Ulster University you have full access to the range of services and resources available through Employability & Careers. Each campus as a dedicated Employability & Careers Hub and an Employability Advisor team who can give you expert advice on your career.

Whether you need advice on your job search, CV, interview skills or digital presence we can help you progress your career. To access our advice service you can call into one of our Employability & Careers Hubs or contact us online through email, online chat or through our social media channels.

To find out more about our advice service click this link

Working in the UK

Before you start to look for work opportunities in the UK you need to check the facts. Check information on the NI Direct website for the most up to date information. This includes information relevant to International students from the European Economic area and for students from outside the European Economic area.

The information can be quite complex and if you are unsure about your right to work you should contact your Employability & Careers Hub by using our online chat facility or by calling into your campus Employability & Careers Hub.

You can check the equivalency of your qualification via the NARIC website. UK NARIC is the designated United Kingdom national agency for the recognition and comparison of international qualifications and skills. It performs this official function on behalf of the UK Government.

The following Ulster University resources advertise relevant vacancies:

Other useful links include:

Advice & Information

TargetJobs

UKCISA

Jobs

NI Jobfinder

NIJobs

Total Jobs

Indeed

E4S

Working in the European Union

The following resources are useful for students exploring opportunities within the European Union (EU)

EuroJobs

EURES

Working outside the European Union

Stating Your Career In - Country Guides for International Students

This AGCAS series offers practical advice to international students who have chosen to return to their home country to look for work. Each country guide includes key facts about current trends and jobs, advice about seeking employment, hints and tips for making a successful application, and helpful information sources.


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