Careers and Employability Centre

Equality in employment

We offer careers advice and guidance to our diverse student body and recent Sussex graduates. We can advise on disclosure issues, your rights in work and employment opportunities, and we can signpost you to information and support groups.

One-to-one appointments

We offer extended 1-2-1 appointments with specialist careers consultants to care leavers and those with long-term conditions. You can email our careers consultants directly to arrange an appointment:

These can be used for anything careers-related, such as:

  • CV feedback and application review
  • Career exploration
  • Getting work experience and finding placements
  • Graduate opportunities and further study
  • Interview preparation
  • Discussing disclosing a long-term condition or transitioning
Resources for those with long-term conditions

Job sites, insight days and events, information on disclosure and support organisations for students and graduates with disabilities or long-term conditions such as mental health, autism and learning disabilities

Resources for care leavers

Job sites, work experience, information and support organisations for students and graduates who are care leavers

Resources for ethnic minorities

Work experience, internships, graduate jobs, insights days and events, professional networks and groups for students from BAME backgrounds

Resources for women

Jobs and work exerience, insight days and events, professional networks and events for women  

Resources for LGBTQ+ students and graduates

Job sites, insight days and events, information and professional networks for those who identify as LGBTQ+

Accessibility and the Library

The Centre is on the Ground Floor of the Library. The main entrance may be unsuitable, so the Library offers advice on disabled access. There are accessible toilets on each floor of the Library.

General sources of information

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