Employability & Careers Service (ECS)

Don't settle for a mediocre job or career. You can secure the graduate job you have always wanted. The Employability & Careers Service is here to support you in achieving this goal.

Year 1

  • Join a Students' Union society
  • Create a CV with help from us
  • Access employability resources on our webpage
  • Apply for work experience or volunteering for the summer

Year 2

  • Attend our career planning workshops
  • Apply for a summer internship
  • Do a work placement as part of your degree
  • Meet employers at our recruitment fairs
  • Apply for graduate job schemes
  • Create/update your LinkedIn profile

Year 3

  • Focus on your studies
  • Get help tailoring your CV to graduate jobs
  • Meet employers at our recruitment fairs
  • Consider doing a postgraduate degree
  • Apply for our graduate internships
  • Get your graduate job!

Graduate internship opportunities

The University of Greenwich is dedicated to providing our graduates the best level of practical support through internships and placements to help them enter the workplace.

Jobs Board - search for jobs, workshops and events

We give you access to graduate jobs vacancies on our online jobs board; this includes part-time, volunteering and full-time positions. We offer careers workshops and give you access to our graduate recruitment fairs. These events are recognised for your Passport and ACE schemes.

Volunteering - develop your experience and skills through volunteer work

With the Students' Union you can log the hours and skills you gain through volunteering, as well as skills developed through paid work, and work towards recognition and awards to celebrate your achievements.

E-learning centre – including a CV builder

Sign-up for our online careers centre packed with interactive tools and e-learning content, from a CV builder, Industry Reports, Interview Simulator, Assessment Centre Tool, Newsroom, Employer Advice videos and podcasts, and much more!

Psychometric tests - free practice and expert feedback reports here

Many types of ability tests exist, but psychometrics such as numerical reasoning, verbal reasoning, logical reasoning and situational judgement tests are the most common university students come across when applying for jobs.

Contact us

To check your CV, applications and covering  letters or offer mock interview support.

Study skills

Academic skills

Through the Academic Skills Centres, students can access academic support from experienced and friendly lecturers throughout the year. Support includes essay writing skills, note-making, reading techniques, research skills, exam techniques, presentation skills and more.