It's never too early to start planning for your future career. Starting your thinking early in your course can help you make the right decisions later on and make you more attractive to employers when you graduate. Use your time at university wisely to gain work experience, meet prospective employers and create networks which will help you achieve your ambitions.
Our Employability Team can support you at all stages of your career planning with specialist careers consultants available to offer advice on planning your career, improving your CV, completing applications and performing at interviews.
Find a placement
Look for placements for your course on 'InPlace' (using your NTU log-in) and improve your application and chances at interview.
Find out if you have the transferable skills employers are looking for.
Access key tips on how to write an effective CV in an increasingly competitive employment market.
There are many possible options available as you plan your career including work and graduate schemes, further study, self-employment and volunteering. Why not explore further?
Find out how to research and prepare for interview success.
Find job and study vacancies using FutureHub - follow employers, register for vacancy alerts and apply for jobs.