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Supporting the University in enhancing students' employment prospects

I'm a Member of UL Staff and I Want to Find Out How to Introduce Career Education Programmes for Students in my Course. I Want to ...

Find out what information is available on career opportunities for particular courses ...

During the first weeks of the Autumn Semester, The Careers Service organises a programme of Career Briefing Seminars for final year students in all disciplines. In addition to these seminars, we can meet with individual faculty or department groups to discuss career opportunities for particular courses and to advise on the graduate employment record of UL graduates.

Help students with the job search process ...

As part of the regular programme of careers events, the Careers Service organises seminars and workshops on Effective Applications, Interviews Techniques, Job Search on the Internet and other job search topics. At regular intervals, CV Clinics are organised so that students can have their CVs reviewed before submitting them to employers. These events are listed in the Calendar of Events If you would like the Careers Service to organise sessions for a particular group of students, contact the Head of Careers gavin.connell@ul.ie.

Explore the possibility of formal career education modules as part of the course ...

The Careers Service has developed a full Career Development module which can be offered to Departments an all disciplines. This module is based on e-learning principles using a combination of online resources and tutorial sessions. It is intended to help students prepare for Cooperative Education and also provides a framework for preparing for and implementing career decisions. If you would like to discuss how this module could be offered to students in your department, contact the Head of Careers to discuss the options gavin.connell@ul.ie. For more information on what is covered in the Career Development module, click here.

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