What our clients say
“The IOE uses The Careers Group to deliver our careers service provision. The advantages of this for a small college are that we are able to tap into the considerable experience and connections that The Careers Group has to offer. We would not otherwise be able to devote enough resources to this area if we had a stand lone service.
"Our careers adviser is able to draw on all the shared information regarding jobs and career progression, and this then benefits our students who are able to also draw on these resources. This has been of particular use in the development of a VLE careers resource for IOE students, and in the delivery of careers sessions using webinars for example. In addition, we are able to call in specialists for particular events. We are also able to get DLHE data and other customer usage and satisfaction data.”
Clare Hewitt, Assistant Registrar, Student Support, Institute of Education.
"The Careers Service has totally transformed the Careers and Employability provision at the RVC. As a small specialist college, it's difficult to have an in-house service, outsourcing to the Careers Group has brought a depth of professionalism and dedication to the RVC that has greatly enhanced our students' experience on all courses. Highly recommended!"
Fiona Nouri, Advice Centre Manager, Royal Veterinary College
UCL Careers, part of The Careers Group University of London, first embedded a careers programme with UCL School of Management in 2010.
Designed to enable its ambitious students to achieve long term career success, University College London's MSc Management careers programme has been adapted over the years to ensure it is best tailored to changing student body and departmental requirements. The programme comprises mandatory careers consultant-led, employer-led activities and 1-to-1 career coaching. These activities increase students' commercial awareness and improve the skills needed for them to stand out in the global job market.
Awarded the 2013 AGCAS Careers Service/Academic Department Partnership Award, students are empowered to take ownership of their career planning and have ample opportunities to engage with a wide range of employers.
Natasha Weller, UCL School of Management