ARU Blogs — Employability Service

The Employability Service team

We know that your future career prospects are important, and we're here to help you prepare for the world of work.

Whether you've just joined ARU or you're starting to think about graduation, the Employability Service can support you with career planning, job searches, interview preparation and more. We also organise a host of events, including careers fairs, workshops and opportunities to meet employers.

Our monthly blog shares tips and features on preparing for the world of work.

If you'd like to catch up in person, simply drop in to see us in Cambridge or Chelmsford.

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14 January 2020

A new year is an opportunity to make positive changes and - love them or loathe them - you may have already been making New Year's resolutions and setting the goals you want to achieve over the next 12 months. Why not include some career goals in that? Read more…

26 November 2019

It seems like only yesterday that I was writing the first ever edition of our Employability Service blog and now, in what feels like the blink of an eye, the end of the trimester is nearly upon us! Read more…

18 November 2019

Many of our students take a placement year as part of their course - usually between years 2 and 3. Here's how our Placements Team can help you secure the perfect role. Read more…

29 October 2019

Final year students, do you have plans for when you graduate? Or are you waiting to get through the year before thinking about it? If you are in the latter group, you might want to re-think your plan of action. Read more…

15 October 2019

Did you know that we've recently launched Mentoring at ARU? As a student here, our professional mentors can help you develop your skills, plan your career and make industry connections. Read more…

8 October 2019

Each year employers visit ARU to introduce themselves and their work opportunities - and learn a bit about you. This is your chance to shine. Read more…


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