This part of the Careers and Employability Service website is dedicated to providing information for international graduates from Bangor University, whether you chose to remain in the UK, return to you country or move to another country.
- Careers Advice – Using the Service – As a Bangor University graduate you can use the service for 3 years after you graduate. You can utilise the variety of facilities and resources to find your perfect graduate career. Skype careers appointments are now available.
- Avoiding Job Scams – Tips on how to avoid job scams and advice on what to do if you come across a scam in the UK.
- Visa and Work Regulations – Working in the UK after your studies, advice and guidance is available from the International Student Support Office, UKISCA (UK Council for International Student Affairs), and the Home Office.
- Bangor Prospects- This is the University’s Student Employment Bureau advertising a variety of jobs and career opportunities. Also available are a number of Jobs Search Engines.
- Enterprise and Self Employment- Do you have an idea for a business or entrepreneurial skills you wish to develop? B-Enterprising offers a range of services to support business start-ups.
- Country Profiles –Country Profiles are an essential resource for students and graduates thinking about studying or working abroad. For country guides for international students who wish to start their career in different countries click here.
- Global Immigration Service – Information relating to visas and work permits for countries around the world.
- Industry insights - Industry Insights aim to provide an overview of the key UK employment sectors relevant to students and graduates.
- Graduate Careers Fairs - These careers fairs allow you to maximise your chances of finding the right graduate placement for you and engage with employers to find out what they are looking for in prospective candidates.
- Graduate Volunteering - Volunteering is an unpaid activity or work at a not-for profit organisation which makes a difference in the wider community. After your studies it may be hard to afford to work for no pay; however you may learn valuable skills and show future employers that you are a highly committed individual.
- Graduate Jobs – Internships, Placements and Programs – Work experience is essential when applying for jobs. Whether you want to get a taste for working in a particular sector or get your foot in through the door, internships, placements and programs are valuable for your career progression.
- Further Study and Funding – Should you wish to undertake further study this section shows you the various things to consider before you commit yourself. Information on this subject is also available from Prospects.
- Keep in Touch with Bangor Alumni – Stay in contact with your classmates, organise reunions, help mentor and guide future Bangor Students, keep up to date with University news, receive an email for life and many other services.
- Useful Links - There is a vast amount of information available on the internet. Here is a selection.