City has published updated advice for its students and staff on the outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19).

Latest information for students and staff

Last updated: 26 Feb 2021 3:08pm


Employers want to see that you’ve mastered your subject, but they also need to know that you’ve got the skills to succeed in their roles.

Careers & Employability can help you plan your development through gaining professional experience and getting involved in activities that will help you grow.

Discuss your development with a careers consultant

Book an appointment with a Careers Consultant to talk about what you'll need to do to make yourself a stand-out candidate and how you might start getting experience.

Careers workshops

We offer workshops on understanding recruitment, developing your confidence with selection processes, commercial awareness, networking and career planning.

Book a workshop

Employer events

Every year we have hundreds of employers visit City to attend our fairs, panel events and employer skills workshops.  Hear directly from employers about what they’re looking for in their recruits and how you can stand out.

Find out about our events

Experience City

Getting involved with extracurricular activities can give you exposure to different areas, help you develop skills, and make new friends.

Experience City has information on all the ways you can get involved.


Volunteering is a great way to build on your skills and gain experience, especially if you're interested in the public sector or charities.

Sign up to City's Volunteering portal to search for volunteering opportunities.


Work for City in temporary and Student Ambassador roles. We hire hundreds of students every year in many different kinds of roles.  We also advertise temporary roles and internships with local businesses.

Get hired with Unitemps

Become a Widening Participation Ambassador or Tutor

Work for City as a Widening Participation Ambassador at events helping young people to explore the world of university.  Applications open each year in October for Ambassadors and May for Tutors.

Apply today.

Become a City Buddy peer mentor

Develop your leadership skills and support incoming City students by being a City Buddy.

Apply to be a mentor

Placements and internships

Consider applying for an internship in the summer or for a year-long placement.  You can search for opportunities on the Vacancies section of CareersHub.  If you would like to do a year-long placement, speak to the placements team in your school.

Find out more about placements and internships

Professional Mentoring

A Professional Mentor can help you identify areas where you need to develop and provide guidance on achieving your career goals.  Applications open in October and January each year.

Become a mentee


If your course offers a Micro-Placement module, this is a great way to get experience in the workplace and explore your options.

Find out about micro-placements

Industry Insights 

Visit major multinational corporations in London for a ‘day in the life’ insight into their work and recruitment processes.