Surrey Careers blog

Official blog of the University of Surrey's Employability and Careers Centre

A Job Hunting Guide for International Students

We appreciate that it can be challenging for international students to find employment, either during or after their studies at University, but don’t despair; the Employability & Careers Centre and International Student Support are here to help you! Here we answer some commonly asked questions to help international students navigate their employment options. Am I […]


5 Tips to Prepare for the Summer Recruitment Fair

With the University of Surrey’s Summer Recruitment Fair only 7 days away, we share our 5 top tips below on how to prepare and get the most out of this event. On Wednesday 10th May, we will welcome over 60 exhibitors to campus, from large graduate recruiters such as BAE Systems, EY and Capgemini, to […]


Looking beyond grad schemes: the benefits of working for an SME

Many students focus on graduate schemes and view them as the best available progression route.  Whilst graduate schemes can offer excellent training and a great introduction to a particular sector, they are not for everyone.  Schemes can be highly competitive and demanding, and are usually only available in larger, more corporate companies. In practice, only […]


Graduating in 2017? Here’s what you need to think about…

With final year exams looming, studying takes priority, but spare a thought for your future career! To help make the transition from university to work a little easier, the Employability & Careers Centre share what you need to be thinking about in the coming months… Know your career options Not sure where to start with […]


Celebrating success at the PTY Student of the Year Awards!

On 28th March 2017, the Employability and Careers Centre hosted the Professional Training (PT) Student of the Year Awards to recognise and celebrate the outstanding contributions of our students during their placement year in industry. The experiences our PTY students have had while out on placement have been quite remarkable. Their impact has ranged from […]


Dedicated Careers Support for Researchers at the University

Are you currently undertaking your PhD or working at the University as an Early Career Researcher? We are excited to announce that you now have dedicated Careers Advisers to support you when planning your future career. Fiona Thie and Hayley Cordingley are based in the Employability & Careers Centre (in the Philip Marchant building), but […]


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