University-wide careers and employability support

Supporting students to become what they want to be after graduation is a key priority for us at the University of Greenwich. The Guidance & Employability Team (GET) is the university-wide employability service. We look forward to working with you to help develop your attributes, skills and knowledge to enable you to achieve your career potential. We provide you with opportunities from your first day at the university, through volunteering and mentoring activities, paid part-time work on campus, leadership and skills development and support for career decision-making. Come and see us as soon as you can, we look forward to meeting you.

Guidance & Employability Team (GET)

Higher education choices

We recognise the importance to prospective students in accessing the latest statistics of a university (including ours).

To enable you to make an informed decision for your choice of UK Higher Education Institution (HEI), the official government website Unistats includes official data for undergraduate programmes on each university and college's satisfaction scores on:

  • National Student Survey (NSS)
  • Jobs and salaries after study
  • Other key information.

Impartial support

Prospects are the UK's leading provider of information, advice and opportunities to all students and graduates.

Their graduate employment and postgraduate study guides are available online, digitally and in printed form at all UK and Ireland careers services, careers fairs and other campus outlets across the UK.

Developing our current students and graduates

The university employability service, GET, currently provides online, one-to-one, group and on-course support to University of Greenwich students and graduates (up to two years after completion of studies) on topics such as:

  • Application forms
  • CVs and covering letters
  • Developing an e-portfolio
  • Final year planning
  • Interviews
  • Job hunting tips
  • JobShop part-time work
  • Mentoring Schemes
  • Volunteering opportunities
  • Leadership training
  • Branding yourself and LinkedIn profiles
  • Presentation skills
  • Psychometric tests and assessment centres
  • Using your dissertation to network yourself into a job.