Our dedicated Careers and Employability Service is here to make sure you can make the most of career opportunities after you leave Stirling. We’re here to help at any stage of your career.
You may be looking for specific careers advice, help with employability skills or simply to join TARGETconnect, our online vacancy and events system, where you can register to find a job and also sign up for events and appointments. You'll need to re-register as a graduate after finishing your course.
Our careers services has been ranked 1st in Scotland and Top 5 in the UK (UK International Student Barometer (ISB) Benchmark and Global ISB Benchmark 2018).
Our extensive services include:
- one-to-one advice and guidance
- CV, application and selection checks and advice
- wide-ranging resources, including practice psychometric testing, personality profiling and video interviewing software
- access to a wide range of part-time, volunteering, internship and graduate opportunities
- international careers information
You can book an appointment with one of our Careers and Employability Consultants.
Not on campus? Appointments can be over the telephone or Teams, and we offer advice, guidance and application checks online.
The Careers Support for Graduates module on Canvas has a wealth of information on exploring options, job hunting, CVs and applications, interviews, postgraduate study and lots more.
A Learning Pathway is a series of short activities to develop a particular skill. They work in conjunction with the material available in Careers Support for Graduates on Canvas. From exploring your career options, to writing a CV, to preparing for interview see our range of Pathways that can quickly help you develop that important skill that will help you succeed in your career journey. The Learning Pathways are available on TARGETconnect.
Thinking about a change of career?
Application and interview help
Contact the Careers and Employability Service
You can contact us via TARGETconnect.
It's important for us to know the career destinations of our graduates. About 15 months after graduation, you’ll be contacted to complete the Graduate Outcomes Survey. This is a national survey capturing information about what you’ve done since university, and will help future students gain an insight into possible career destinations. Your responses will also help us to evaluate and promote our courses. We’ll send you the survey via email, or you may be contacted by phone. Please ensure that we have your correct contact details after you leave University, via ‘keep in touch’ on the Alumni page.
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