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Find out who is eligible to use Newcastle University Careers Service.

Who can access our services?

Newcastle University students and graduates

All full-time and part-time undergraduate and postgraduate students can access the Careers Service.

You can also use our services for up to three years after you graduate. Go to MyCareer to register - where you can book appointments, submit a query and search for vacancies and events.

Course leavers and students taking an interruption of studies

Course leavers can access our bookable appointments for one year from the date of leaving.

Students who are taking an interruption of studies can contact us to book an appointment with an information adviser, careers consultant or CV adviser. Our START UP service is not available to students taking an interruption of studies. 

Newcastle University degree apprenticeship students

As a degree apprenticeship student, you have full access to the Careers Service while studying and for up to three years after graduation.

You can access resources, events and one-to-one career support through MyCareer. If you are interested in working for yourself you can access support from our START UP team.

INTO students

INTO students of Newcastle University have restricted use of our services.

Prospective students

Prospective students can contact us through our Unibuddy service. If your query is related to a specific course, please contact the University.

You can find out more about what we offer prospective students on our website.

Newcastle University staff

If you're a member of staff at Newcastle University and have graduated from any university within the last two years, you're eligible to use the Careers Service.

Research staff can access one-to-one careers advice and support from the Careers Service. For more information on this service, please contact us.

If you want to develop a business idea related to your area of employment, contact the University's Research and Enterprise team.

Not eligible?

If you're not eligible to use the Careers Service, you could try the government-funded National Careers Service. This service provides careers support for adults via email, telephone and online.