Search the Jobshop to find a range of volunteering and paid opportunities. The SU networks with employers to find the best positions, providing you with fantastic job opportunities on and off campus. Websites such as indeed.co.uk and cv-library.co.uk are excellent tools to help you search for jobs from home.
Other than helping you develop new skills and enhance your CV, volunteering can reduce stress, develop resilience, provide a sense of purpose, and is a great way to meet new people and have fun. Keep an eye for upcoming opportunities!
The SU offer workshops that are run by industry experts and are provided free of charge. The Workshops offer you the opportunity to develop yourself as a person and increase your employability at the same time.
On MetHub, there is an opportunities section with lots of jobs, placements, internships and graduate vacancies for students and graduates. Login to MetHub to register for events or book an appointment.
Student Services and Employability exists to support you during your studies by helping you reach your full potential, regardless of any challenges that you may face. They have specialist staff that offer impartial and confidential advice and support on careers, money, wellbeing, and disability. At Cardiff Met, there is always someone you can talk to.
With desks located on both campuses, the I-Zone is your first port of call to resolve a range of non- academic queries. Their friendly team will do their best to resolve your questions themselves, but if not, they can refer you on to our specialist teams who can provide advice and resources on a range of topics. They can also help you to access our Money Advice, Careers Support, and Disability, Wellbeing & Counselling Services’.
Visit the I-Zone for support with a range of ‘non-academic’ enquiries, including Council Tax exemption, Tuition Fee payments, Enrolment queries & DBS verification.
There is information, advice, and resources available to help you make an effective application for a job or further study course through the university Careers Service. Covering all aspects of CV, interview advice and careers guidance. Current students and graduates can book an appointment on MetHub. Students can also book face to face appointments though the I-zone.
The Careers e-module is an excellent online tool for developing career goals and this can be found within MetHub and Moodle.
Tel: 029 2041 6170
Tel: 029 2041 6170