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Careers and Enterprise

What we offer

You can use Queen Mary Careers and Enterprise if you are: 

  • a current student of Queen Mary
  • a graduate of Queen Mary (for three years from the end of your course, up until July 31st)
  • a curtailed student at Queen Mary (if you do not complete your course, you can access our support for three months)

What we offer you

  • Skills workshops, networking opportunities and in-curriculum sessions delivered by employers and Careers Consultants
  • One-to-one appointments with Careers Consultants who will help you to identify your options, make decisions and plan your next steps
  • One-to-one CV, application form or personal statement feedback
  • One-to-one practice interviews
  • Access to a range of vacancy services and work experience programmes
  • Enterprise appointments and funding opportunities for starting your own business
  • Information on a range of job and career related topics, from developing commercial awareness and evidencing competencies, to how to network and develop a LinkedIn profile. 
  • Access to online resources such as a mock interview simulator, practice psychometric tests and job market information

Intercollegiate students

All University of London intercollegiate students (i.e. undergraduates and postgraduates from other University of London Colleges taking courses at Queen Mary) are entitled to use our events and services throughout the year. However our enterprise seed funding options and work experience programmes (Student Consultancy Project, Queen Mary Internships, QTaster and QTemps) are not currently offered, due to funder requirements. Careers services at your home institution may offer seed funding and work experience programmes.

How to provide us with feedback 

Feeback, both positive and negative, underpins continuous, quality improvement of our service and is vital to us.

We encourage students to attempt to settle complaints informally in the first instance. Please speak to the member of staff that you have been dealing with in Careers and Enterprise as soon as possible to explain your concerns. You are welcome to email them via if you prefer.

If it has not been possible for you to resolve your complaint informally, and you wish to pursue your complaint, complete the stage 1 complaint form (see policy link below) and send to  

Timescales and further steps are detailed in the Queen Mary Students complaint policy:

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

Queen Mary Careers and Enterprise is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion. We aim to ensure all individuals have an equal access to and benefit from our services and opportunities regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation.

For specific resources supporting students with a disability you can find out more here. For resources supporting students from a black and minority ethnic background please see here.

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