Alumni and Graduates

As a BCU Graduate, you can continue to access careers support for up to five years after you graduate and engage in a range of other graduate employment and training initiatives.

Careers Consultant appointments

Our friendly and impartial Careers+ team can help you with all aspects of your career planning and job searching. The team offer appointments, either face to face, through email or over the telephone - appointments are available at various times throughout the week. You can also request an evening appointment if you are not able to meet with a Consultant during the day.

Discussions in a careers appointment can include:

  • Making decisions about your future career
  • Helping you with your CV and job applications or providing you with feedback
  • Planning your job search strategy
  • Preparing for interviews
  • Effective networking and marketing yourself
  • Looking at further study options
  • Self-employment

To book an appointment or submit an enquiry:

We can offer you a range of graduate employment, training initiatives and resources to support your transition into graduate employment:

Other upcoming events

There are also a range of social events that you are able to access as a BCU graduate - from great music to captivating speakers, there's something for everyone on the BCU events calendar

What do graduates do? Now available digitally and in print

This year’s edition looks at the early outcomes of 329,325 UK first-degree graduates from 2017 and what they were doing six months after graduation. With the early unemployment rate for graduates at its lowest since 1977, findings cover the jobs graduates from different subjects do, the postgraduate courses they take, and what the future holds for the graduate labour market.

Graduate Outcomes Survey

New for all 2017/18 undergraduate Leavers - What is the Graduate Outcomes survey?
The Graduate Outcomes Survey is a national survey of everyone who has recently qualified from any University or HE college in the UK and gathers information on the range of career and further study opportunities pursued by leavers fifteen months after completing their studies. Anyone who graduates after 1 August 2017 will be asked to complete the Graduate Outcomes survey. Graduate Outcomes has replaced the previous Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey (DLHE). The Graduate Outcomes survey is a statutory process for all higher education providers and is owned by HESA, the Higher Education Statistics Agency. Find out more about Graduate Outcomes on the HESA website.

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