As a recent graduate of the University of Lincoln, you can access support from Careers and Employability for up to 2 years after graduation.
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The Careers and Employability Team are on hand and ready to help you!
Services available up to 2 years after graduation;
You can now self-book all types of appointments. To find out what appointment is best for you, use our Appointment Booking Tool.
Careers Clinic; pre-bookable appointments to support with your CV, personal statements or job applications.
Skills Appointments; practice activities such as mock interviews online or by telephone.
Careers Guidance Appointments; discuss options with your degree, or next steps in your career planning.
CareerLinc; our online portal where you can view vacancies; part time jobs, placements, internships and graduate roles. You can now use CareerLinc to book appointments. Sign in to your graduate account and get started today.
Careers & Employability Workshops; develop skills or learn about career paths in a group setting. Bookable via our Events Calendar. .
Careers Advice by Course; view detailed careers and industry advice relevant to your degree. .
Online Careers Resources and Learning; access a range of careers resources including recorded webinars, booklets and digital skills learning.
Graduate Outcomes Survey
Did you know that as a graduate you can contribute to the ongoing success of the university by completing the Graduate Outcomes Survey?
It is a national survey of all university leavers that helps future students to make informed choices and helps us to evaluate and promote our courses.
You will be contacted by email or telephone to complete the survey 15 months after graduation. Read more about Graduate Outcomes via the button below.
Lincoln Connect is the University of Lincoln’s exclusive online community, connecting students with alumni and employers to seek career support, advice, and industry insights.