School of Engineering and Informatics (for staff and students)

Careers information

This page contains links to advice on career management for students in the School of Engineering & Informatics. It is never too early to start thinking about your future- even in your first year! 

The Careers & Employability Centre is a great resource and is there to help you start thinking about possible careers, how to document your skills and achievements and find paid work experience. They also organise career fairs, drop-in sessions and workshops; so make sure you keep up to date with their events.  

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Job Database

What it’s all about in the end. You may be looking for part-time work whilst you study, work experience or internships over the summer, or graduate jobs when you leave. Use our resources to help you find, apply and be successful in your job search.

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Career Choices

Or rather, what you want to do next. Here we are trying to give you some starting points if you don't know what you want to do, or some useful information to get you where you want to be if you've got definite ideas.

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News & Events

This is where you can find out what the Careers and Employability Centre is up to. We run a comprehensive termly Employability Accelerator Programme of events, which you can view and book online. There are also our annual Fairs in the Autumn term, where you will find a wide range of employers and organisations.

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Sussex Plus

Sussex Plus is a project where you develop your skills and create a webfolio to showcase who you are and what you can do.

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Skillclouds

Skillclouds is a resource for undergraduate students in Sussex Direct. It shows you the main skills you are developing on your degree course.

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Electrical & Electronic Engineering Sector Guide

A new service offered by the Careers & Employability Centre are Sector Guides. These are one-stop websites offering specialist advice in your subject area; including graduate job adverts, career options and CV building tips.

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Mechanical & Automotive Engineering Sector Guide 

A new service offered by the Careers & Employability Centre are Sector Guides. These are one-stop websites offering specialist advice in your subject area; including graduate job adverts, career options and CV building tips.

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Product Design Sector Guide 

A new service offered by the Careers & Employability Centre are Sector Guides. These are one-stop websites offering specialist advice in your subject area; including graduate job adverts, career options and CV building tips.

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Computing & IT Sector Guide 

A new service offered by the Careers & Employability Centre are Sector Guides. These are one-stop websites offering specialist advice in your subject area; including graduate job adverts, career options and CV building tips.

  

School of Engineering and Informatics (for staff and students)

School Office:
School of Engineering and Informatics, University of Sussex, Chichester 1 Room 002, Falmer, Brighton, BN1 9QJ
enquiries@enginf.sussex.ac.uk
T 01273 (67) 8195

School Office opening hours: Monday - Friday 09.00 - 17.00
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