Services to Graduates
The deadline for responses to the April Survey is 25th June 2014
About 6 months after graduation you will receive a questionnaire from us regarding your current status (working, studying etc). Please help us by filling it in promptly and sending it back as the information is really useful to us in planning the curriculum and advising students on career routes from their subjects. Graduates who gained a qualification between January and July 2013 have been followed up. Graduates who gained a qualification between August and December 2013 are being followed up between April and June 2014.
Not been contacted? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or see the Related Documents links on the right of this page. The document 'DLHE Letter for Website' contains a link to the online survey. You will need your Student ID number to complete the form. For more information about what happens to your data see the 'DLHE Data Protection Letter' document.
You may also be contacted 3 years later by IFF Research for a follow-up survey. The information you provide is really helpful in looking at what happens to our graduates in the longer term, so we would be very grateful if you would contribute to this survey too, but you can opt out if you want to.
GRADUATE SUPPORT SERVICE
- Worried about graduating?
- Already graduated and having trouble finding a job?
- Need support in job hunting skills?
Cardiff Metropolitan University Graduate Support Service is for you.
- FREE individualised advice, guidance, information and internet access
- Access to our Current Vacancies database and help finding other opportunities
Contact Career Development Services on 029 2041 6333 or e-mail email@example.com
For advice on how to find a job see our Job Seeking pages.
- Paid Placements of 6-12 weeks
- Unpaid Work Tasters
- Graduate Jobs
- Graduate Academy
- Freelancers' Academy
- Graduate Training and Development Fund
For more information see our GO Wales page.
SERVICES IN OTHER REGIONS
Most careers services offer advice to graduates from other universities. Outside Wales there may be restricted services in some institutions, such as waiting for "quiet" times to see an adviser, or only being able to use the careers library. For an introduction to careers advice visit the Target Jobs website.