International Education Centre

Work and Volunteering


Information for Students - Working during your studies

Many students choose to work part-time while they are at University.  Some students choose to work to earn a bit of extra cash, whilst some students choose to do voluntary work.  Both options will help you improve your CV and work skills before you graduate.   It is also a great way to meet people and experience life in the UK outside of university. 

The Careers and Employability Service have produced a very comprehensive webpage with lots of useful information and links - General information for international students

The Basics:

Where to start looking for a job


Internships and Work Placements

Workshops and Events:

Careers Service and Employability Service - Activites and Events Information

Learning Lounge

Also, see the latest edition of the International Student Newsletter for highlights and updates

Visa information and Employment Rules and Regulations:

Working in the UK During your Studies 


Information for Graduates - Working after your studies

Did you know that you can use Bangor University's Careers and Employability Service up to 3 years after you graduate?    Check out the Careers and Employability Service web pages for lots of useful information and links, including general information for international graduates.  They also have very comprehensive list of job search websites (for jobs in and outside the UK) which includes gradlink UK which lists job opportunities in China, India, Malaysia and Africa.

Visa information:  What are my UK work visa options after I finish my course?

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