Accessing Advice

Want to know how to access our support? This brief blog post provides an overview of our services.

You can access advice and information in our Employability Hub, located in the Gateway Building at Hope Park. We’re open Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm.

For quick queries drop-in to Careers Express from 10.30am to 12.30pm on Monday, Tuesday & Thursday. We also have one-to-one 45 minute appointments available for longer, more in-depth discussions; call us or visit the Gateway Reception or the Employability Hub to book a one-to-one.  You can also book one-to-ones via e-mail contact careers@hope.ac.uk

If you’re based at the Creative Campus we’re usually in the Student Success Zone offering Careers Express on a Monday morning. For individual appointments email Chris on biggsc@hope.ac.uk for availability.

We also arrange talks within your curriculum as well as employer visits, fairs and events so you’ve got lots of opportunities to engage with our Careers Advisers and access our support and services.

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