Employment Zone is a new initiative from Swansea Employability Academy, bringing together our work placement programmes with graduate jobs and part-time vacancies.
Our SPIN, WoW and Santander placement programmes are now all advertised through the Employment Zone jobs board. For information on these programmes please click here.
International Students: Please check your right to work in the UK with the amazing team at International@CampusLife. They're here to help you and run drop-ins and appointments to make sure you get your visa restrictions right.
Early next year we will ask you to complete a short anonymous survey asking whether you are working, studying, volunteering or doing something else. These official DLHE statistics are used in league tables and guides. If Swansea does well again it reflects well on our graduates – and that means you. The data also gives us an insight into the jobs market so you will be helping the students who follow in your footsteps. Download our DLHE leaflet / taflen DLHE .
The DLHE survey is an annual national survey, conducted in two parts, with an April and January census date. The survey includes both undergraduates and postgraduates, and those who studied full-time and part-time. International graduates are also now included. Swansea University, along with every higher education institution in the UK, is required by the government to conduct the survey. You can download more information here:
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The Service is affiliated to the Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services. AGCAS is the UK professional body for careers and employability professionals working with higher education students and graduates and prospective entrants to higher education.
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