The Careers Service continues to run all student-facing services online, meaning we can support you with your career planning and development, wherever you are in the world.
We’ve listed all our services below, which are available to all Cardiff Met students and recent graduates.
Students and recent graduates can book 1:1 career appointments in person on campus or online through Teams.
These are available between the hours of 9:00 - 17:00, Monday to Friday.
You can discuss a wide range of career-related topics including:
- CV and cover letters
- application forms and personal statements
exploring career options
- finding work experience and volunteering
- searching for jobs and internships
- further study options
- interview advice
Please allow up to 5 working days for feedback to be given by one of our Employability Officers.
Webinars and events
Our Employability Officers will continue to deliver interactive and practical skills webinars online, so that you can ‘learn by doing’ on the most commonly requested career topics:
Our Careers Consultants will also be delivering information-packed webinars on a variety of relevant and important topics such as;
- Recruitment and Selection: Moving into a virtual world
- Applying for graduate schemes
- Applying for further study
- Routes into teaching and applying for a PGCE
- Applying for jobs in the NHS
Visit MetHub for a list of our upcoming webinars and details on how to book.
We’ve further developed our suite of online resources giving you the ability to access a wide range of careers information and practical guides at a time that suits you.
Careers e-Module (on Moodle) - a suite of career boosting e-Lessons where you can develop your skills and knowledge in a fun and interactive way via quizzes, videos and activities.
Practice psychometric tests
Practice a range of personality profiling and psychometric tests via your
Gradintelligence account (if you have not registered before, please activate your account by emailing your request to
Practice video interviewing
Searching for jobs, internships and work experience
Looking for work can be challenging, but the good news is that employers are actively looking to recruit students and graduates for volunteering opportunities and part-time, internship and graduate roles.
For support with applying for a role you should firstly access the ‘Write a winning application form’ e-Lesson or contact the Careers Service to review your CV or application.
If you have any questions on any of our services above or accessing support, use the ‘Ask a question’ service on MetHub and one of our team will get straight back to you.
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