If you are a final year student without any definite career plans, why not take a break from exam revision and assignment writing, and come and enjoy an informal evening to think about your career?
Are you looking for summer work experience in the UK or abroad, but finding it financially difficult to take up the opportunity you really want? Then you might benefit from a Summer Work Experience Bursary!
Hosted by the Mental Health Foundation, this year's focus for Mental Health Awareness Week (14th - 20th May) is stress. Research has shown that two thirds of us experience a mental health problem in our lifetimes, and stress is a key factor in this.1 Here at Careers, we want to make sure that students are prepared in all ways, including mentally and emotionally, when you graduate and enter the workplace. This week we'll be posting tips, resources, links to websites, facts, figures, and blog posts from fellow students and alumni about stress, mental health, and work.
Careers are proud to be working in collaboration with One Love, Lancaster University Students' Union, and the LUMS Careers Team to present the next Black Excellence Networking Event on Tuesday 15th May.
This is your unique opportunity to inspire and help to create content for a theatre production!
The Grad Fair is one of the UK’s largest graduate recruitment fairs, with over 140 exhibitors offering thousands of graduate opportunities!
New exciting roles ready to apply for!
This is your chance to meet top employers looking to recruit Lancaster students and graduates, like you!
Have you heard about the Lancaster Award but aren’t sure what it entails? Are you concerned that you might not have enough time to complete all of the requirements?
Unemployment for recent graduates has dropped to 5.3%, its lowest level since 1989.