The University has a number of services to help you develop your employability skills and achieve your goals:
A place to record personal and skills development, and search the database of opportunities offered by schools, faculties, and external organisations, including volunteering or becoming a University ambassador.
Help with making career plans, events where you can meet employers, business start-up support and an important source of information about internships and industrial placements.
Leeds University Union (LUU)
The Students’ Union provides opportunities to help students develop their employability skills, for example by joining student societies or becoming a student representative.
An employment agency and online database of full and part-time jobs and internships, based within LUU.
Bring together a variety of enterprise initiatives, including networking opportunities, information about setting up your own business, and modules that will help you develop key employability skills.
The Study Abroad scheme is a fantastic way to see things from different perspectives and move out of your comfort zone. You will meet new people and develop skills, including independence and cultural awareness.
A good central space for information across the University about the opportunities available to enhance employability and work-related skills.