How can we support you?
Careers advice isn’t just for final years about to graduate, it’s about the journey from where you are now to where you want to be in the future. The Careers and Employability service offers you the chance to develop your career prospects, and yourself, from day one.
As a Liverpool Hope student, you can access My Careers Centre which has resources to help you achieve your career goals. You can build a CV, search for jobs and book onto events.
Need to talk it out with someone? Book an appointment using our online system. We can provide advice over email and one-to-one appointments over video or phone calls so you can access support that suits you best.
We’re proud to offer all students the option to add a Placement Year to their degree. We also work with a range of organisations to offer internship and placement opportunities. Getting hands-on experience gives you insights into a career and experience when applying for jobs or further study.
We have job vacancies exclusively for Liverpool Hope students, work up to 10 hours a week on campus to support yourself while you study.
Push yourself with DofE or give something back with SALA. We can offer all three DofE awards using our North Wales outdoor centre, Plas Caerdeon.
Liverpool Hope University is ranked 1st in England and 2nd in the UK for graduate employment, with 98.1% of our graduates in employment or further study six months after completing their course (Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey 2016/17).
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