Manchester Metropolitan University

Career guides written for Manchester Met students and graduates

Access expert advice day or night via our career guides, which cover everything from writing a CV to how to find jobs and work experience in the industry you want to work in.

Make Yourself Employable

Jobs, Placements and Work Experience

CVs, Covering Letters and Applications

Interviews and Assessment Centres

Further Study

Equality and Diversity

Business

Cheshire

Education

Health, Psychology and Social Care

Humanities, Languages and Social Science

Law

Manchester School of Art and Manchester Fashion Institute

Science and Engineering

Career books and magazines

Visit the Employability Hub to pick up free copies of printed employer directories and career guides. We also stock a range of useful books and magazines to help you kick start your career thinking, research different career paths and make stand-out job applications.

Career videos

Watch career advice videos on Career Player.com to bring to life the help you need when considering different types of jobs, making applications and going for interviews.

Employability Skills Resources in the Library

Check out the range of online and printed career books, journal articles, company databases and online videos available from Manchester Met’s Library.

Video interviewing software

You can practise for upcoming video and face-to-face interviews using Manchester Met's video interview softwareThis is free to use and provides a great opportunity for you to experience a video interview and assess yourself.

Online psychometric practice tests

Many graduate employers now use psychometric testing to assess the abilities and personal characteristics of job applicants. Practise these tests and know what to expect before you sit the tests for real.

MentorMatch

Access advice from an industry expert via email using our online mentoring service.

My Career Hub

Search the hundreds of job vacancies and placement opportunities advertised by employers for Manchester Met students and graduates online via My Career Hub.

Ask a Careers Question Online

Whether you have initial questions about our services and upcoming events, need advice on your CV or want to ask about your career options and finding job opportunities, this service allows you to receive support via email.

There are many ways to access the careers support available to you. If you would prefer to be advised about the information, events and services that are best tailored to your needs, contact us on +44 (0)161 247 3483 or call into the Employability Hub.

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