Careers and Employability Service

The Careers and Employability Service is for all current students and recent graduates.

We offer advice and guidance on a wide range of career-related issues, from choosing a career to finding work to undertaking further study or taking time out, helping you to make well informed decisions about your current and future plans.

City Campus

Careers and Employability Centre
Hallam Square (next to the main entrance)
Tel: 0114 225 3752
Email: careers@shu.ac.uk

Collegiate Crescent Campus

Student Services Centre
Heart of the Campus
Tel: 0114 225 3752
Email: careers@shu.ac.uk

Monday Tuesday Wednesday
8.45am - 5.00pm 8.45am - 5.00pm 10.30am - 7pm*
Thursday Friday Saturday/Sunday
8.45am - 5.00pm 8.45am - 4.45pm Closed

*5:00pm during vacation

Monday Tuesday Wednesday
8.45am - 5.00pm 8.45am - 5.00pm 10.30am - 5.00pm
Thursday Friday Saturday/Sunday
8.45am - 5.00pm 8.45am - 4.45pm Closed

What we offer

Advice and guidance

There are two teams of advisers:

Careers and Employability Consultants can help you decide on your future plans, analyse the skills you have gained, suggest possible options, explore further study or taking time out

Employability Advisers can help you improve your CV, complete job application forms, practice your interview techniques, explore assessment centre practices, understand employer recruitment and selection practices

Find out more | Book an appointment

Careers Central

Careers information, events, downloads, video clips and links to useful resources.

Careers Central can help you:

Find out more

Jobs & events

We advertise a huge range of jobs, from part time on-campus to provide a bit of pocket money during your studies to graduate positions with regional, national and international recruiters for when you leave.

We also advertise a range of employer presentations, skills sessions and recruitment fairs, at SHU as well as further afield.

Makes sure you register on UniHub to be the first to see these opportunities!

Search jobs | search events 

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