Sorted

You might start your Employability Journey by Exploring what options are open to you.

There are 2 statements which fall under the Sorted category, these are:

  • I have secured a job, further study or intend to start my own business
  • I am pursuing my current course out of personal interest

You have the ability to give back to the next generation coming through Ulster University by:

Tara Cunningham - being a mentor Tara Cunningham - being a mentor

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Tara Cunningham - being a mentor

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Holly Neill - being a mentee

Life Long Learning

You might decided to continue your studies by undertaking a postgraduate course, graduate skills and leadership by completing a short courses or continuous professional development (CPD), information on all these courses can be found on the Ulster University website

Professional Careers Guidance

Employability & Careers can support Graduates up to 3 years after they have graduated, please check out Employability & Careers website for more information.

Meet the team


Eilis Spence

Employability Adviser

Employability Services Unit



Dr Stella So

Senior Employability Adviser

Employability Services Unit


Gail Hamilton

Senior Employability Adviser

Employability Services Unit


Shaunagh Brolly

Employability Adviser

Employability Services Unit