Coronavirus (COVID-19) update

Information for Current Students

Whether you are staying in Bangor or have returned to your home town / country due to Coronavirus, you can still access our services and resources, including speaking with our Advisers and having your queries answered – we look forward to hearing from you!

We are still contactable via email and will get right back to you: careers@bangor.ac.uk

If you’d like to make an appointment with an Employability Adviser, you can book an online appointment via our Bangor Target Connect system – we’ll have appointment slots available every week day to make sure you have support right through the semester and into the summer months. Your appointment will be held through Teams which is accessible through your student account: https://teams.microsoft.com/ - an Adviser will email you in advance you to discuss arrangements.

If you are looking for part-time work, work experience, placements, volunteering or graduate jobs, we are still advertising opportunities as usual on Bangor TARGETconnect.

If you are graduating this year, get in touch with us so we can make sure we can support you right through to graduation and beyond!

Our Undergraduate Internship Scheme has opportunities available on projects that are suited to remote working – the deadline for applications is Monday 20th April – you could work remotely with university staff and gain valuable work experience to add to your CV. Our internship projects offer 80 hours of paid work, and working hours are flexible.

If you are working towards the BEA it’s business as usual! You can complete the Core Programme entirely online, so why not give it a go – the Award is designed to boost your employability and is a great addition to your HEAR and CV.

We have loads of information, advice and resources available in our Employability Hub, with new resources added over the coming days and weeks – if you have any queries or want information that isn’t covered in the Hub, make an appointment to speak to us, or contact careers@bangor.ac.uk to let us know what you’d like included as an online resource.