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Bangor University has established a reputation for producing graduates with an excellent attitude towards work and a sense of communal responsibility which makes them extremely desirable to employers.
The university has a dedicated Careers and Employment team who are on hand all year round to help students enhance their employability and develop transferable skills which will help them in the search for graduate positions. The Careers and Employability team can offer one-to-one careers guidance, CV writing support, interview training, and online workshops throughout the year.
The university cultivates close connections with local, regional and global businesses and maintains a number of partnerships with other universities that provide many opportunities to collaborate.
Bangor University students on Postgraduate Search say:
“Lots of workshops as well as personal appointments available”
“The university has it's own employability hub which allows you to prepare for employment and allows you to do activities to improve your employability. It has internships and volunteer opportunities that you can go on regardless of what year you are in at university”
“There's loads of help on career advice and counselling for those who needed it”