Careers

The Careers Service at GCU aims to provide quality, effective careers guidance, advice and information to empower students and graduates to make informed decisions about their careers, learning and continuing professional development.

The Careers Service website provides a range of careers resources to help you with every stage of the career planning and job hunting process such as:

You can also read the blog posts or follow us on Twitter.

Careers Service online leaflets

Successful CVs
Covering Letters
Writing Effective Applications
Interviews
Psychometric Tests Explained
Job search resources

Careers Service DVDs

Your Job’s Online – this video shows how to maximise your chances of success when applying for jobs online

At The Assessment Centre - this video shows real students and graduates being assessed by actual recruiters in activities which commonly feature at assessment centres.

Meet with GCU London's Careers Consultant

If, after completing your own research using this website, you still have further questions related to your individual circumstances or career options then our new Careers Consultant could help.

Come along to the fortnightly Careers Success workshops or book an individual appointment to get advice and ideas. These are run by Sue Moseley, GCU London's Careers Consultant.

Sue is available on Thursdays (both term time and during the holidays).

Individual careers appointments will take approximately 20 minutes and are available on Thursdays only. To book your appointment, please email careers@gculondon.ac.uk stating whether you would prefer a morning session (10.30am – 11.30am) or an afternoon session (2.10pm – 3.40pm). We will be in touch to confirm your appointment time. Come to the main reception for your allocated appointment.

Further information (Graduate Prospects)

What Jobs Would Suit Me? (Career Planner)
Applying For Jobs
Country Profiles
Job Hunting – Action Plan
Job Hunting – Ethical Employers
Job Hunting - Networking