Nearly 300 of our Computing, Engineering and Mathematics students are graduating this summer, well-prepared by their time here to contribute to society and their chosen professions.
They will join over 50,000 active University of Brighton alumni in the Brighton global community.
There are great reasons for graduates to make sure we have the right contact details to stay in touch. Postgraduate study can extend your skills and qualifications, the Careers Centre advice service is offering internship opportunities and Brighton Graduate Association is a worldwide professional and friendship network.
Your Brighton Graduate Association (BGA) membership is automatic and provides a friendship and career network linking you to alumni past and future. With over 50,000 active members worldwide, you can benefit from a range of relevant services including invitations to university events and continued access to facilities, as well as career and business advice.
Postgraduate study can extend your existing skills and qualifications, support your career progression, make sure you meet professional requirements and provide rich personal development. At the University of Brighton, masters study is provided across a huge range of subjects, with flexible delivery, a strong postgraduate employment record and special graduate rates. To find the taught course or research programme thats right for you, see www.brighton.ac.uk/postgraduate.
The Careers Centre can help with career planning and job hunting, including the University of Brighton Internship Programme. Paid graduate-level work will keep your skills up to date and could help you into employment at the end of it. The Employability Skills workshop gives you training in CV writing, mock interviews and other workplace related and job searching techniques. To see what roles are currently available and for more general information visit www.brighton.ac.uk/careers
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