The Careers Centre works with faculties and departments to develop employability via activities such as Careers Fairs, graduate recruitment events, inviting employers as visiting speakers, and co-hosting Employer Advisory Panels.
See what we have been involved with during the current academic year.
Read about Liam Kinsella’s experiences at Airbus, and what he thinks of Internships, here.
Students enhanced their skills and job-finding abilities via workshops by presenters such as NSG Pilkington, Barclays HavasLynx and careers staff.
Edge Hill Computing Graduate Joins Credit Suisse
Edge Hill Employability Programme helped graduate Rebecca Shaw to enter employment with a global financial services company.
Edge Hill alumnus David Toze shared his expertise and experience of international teaching with PGCE students.
Edge Hill University has been named as one of the top public Universities in the country for graduate employment with 95.3 per cent of students graduating from a first, full time degree secure jobs or go on to further study after graduating. (2014/15 leavers)