Newcastle University Business School

Your Career

Your Career

You can benefit from a range of initiatives that will add value to your degree, develop your skills and help you acquire new knowledge.

Make use of our Employability Hub located in the Business School reception area, book an appointment for guidance here.

Placements

We want to make sure you leave us as highly employable graduates with an understanding of the relevance of academic learning in an organisational context.

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Undergraduate 12 month work placements

About Placements

Most Business School students can choose to add a work placement year between stage 2 and 3 of their degree. To find out more about undertaking a placement year email nubs.placementandstudyabroad@newcastle.ac.uk or make an appointment to visit us in the Business School Employability Hub: https://mycareer.ncl.ac.uk/home.html

Careers Advice

Throughout your time here, you have access to Career Consultant and a range of other experts who are dedicated to supporting your career journey.

Award winning Careers Service 

You have access to our award winning Careers Service. You can book an appointment with a Careers Consultant on Tuesdays and Wednesdays between 10:00 -14:00 in our Employability Hub, based in the Business School reception area.

Whether that's a graduate career, going on to further study or starting your own business, they offer a range of support to help you realise your potential.

They'll support you while you're studying and for up to three years after you have graduated. 

Meet the team 

Book an appointment

Book a one-to-one Careers Conversation in your Employability Hub to get advice on:

  • How to balance your work and study
  • Planning your future career
  • Planning your job search
  • CV’s and applications
  • Interviews and tests
  • Assessment centres
  • LinkedIn profiles

Peer Mentoring

As a mentor, you'll help a small group of Undergraduate stage one students (and in some cases students coming directly in to stage 2) starting in September 2020 settle into life and their course at the Business School.

For more detailed information on what being a Peer Mentor is all about and the requirements, please visit the University Peer Mentor Website.

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If you have any questions, please contact the Business School Peer Mentor Coordinator: studentmentoring@newcastle.ac.uk