Careers and Employability
Your university experience is about more than studying – it’s also about preparing yourself for employment after graduation.
Bangor University and Bangor Business School offer a range of facilities and services to help students boost their career prospects, such as work experience opportunities, careers advice, skills workshops and careers events.
Careers and Employability Fair
Bangor Business School runs a Careers and Employability Fair during semester one. The Fair provides an excellent opportunity to meet recruiters, learn more about internships, graduate schemes and career vacancies, and gain an insight into what employers are looking for. A drop-in CV clinic offers invaluable advice into how to strengthen your CV.
Find out more about the Fair.
Bangor Business School regularly advertises internship and job vacancies to students, and the University also offers an Undergraduate Internship Scheme and volunteering opportunities. These options aim to provide students with opportunities to gain valuable work experience, develop key skills and make informed decisions about their future careers.
Find out more about internship and work experience opportunities.
Bangor Business Society
Working closely with academic staff, Bangor Business Society aims to build on what is learnt in the classroom and to enhance students’ CVs. It arranges visits to graduate fairs, which are an invaluable opportunity to meet and network with prospective employers.
Find out more about Bangor Business Society at the Serendipity Fair during Welcome Week.
Careers and Employability Service
The University’s Careers and Employability Service provides a wide range of resources to help you achieve your graduate ambitions. These include work placements, work taster schemes, part-time work, and volunteering and mentoring opportunities.
Find out more about Bangor’s Careers and Employability Service.
Bangor Employability Award
The Bangor Employability Award is designed to enhance students’ immediate and longer-term career prospects. It enables students to build on their transferable skills through the recognition of activities they become involved in during their University life.
Find out more about how the BEA can help you.