At LSBU Careers Hub we can offer 1-1 support and workshops/webinars in the following areas:
Finding and applying for jobs, both while you study and once you’ve graduated
Helping you apply for graduate schemes
CV and cover letter development
Assessment Centre training
Assistance with finding your own placement and then logging that placement
Connecting you with employers via webinars and careers fairs
Developing your LinkedIn profile
Can you find me a job?
Although we don’t go out and find specific jobs , we have a host of employers who advertise on the
LSBU Jobs Board, attend careers and job fairs and run webinars. We can assist you to apply for jobs
and support you through the process by offering mock interviews, assessment centre
practice, CV preparation and much more.
Can you help me sort my CV?
YES! Our consultants are experts in the latest trends in CVs and cover letters. We also have a
fantastic online tool called CV360 where you can upload your CV and get it reviewed by the latest
Applicant Tracking System software. Get a 50-point check followed by tips to make it better, in your
own time from your own device. You can then submit it for review by a consultant in LSBU Careers
I’ve got a job interview can you help me prepare?
We can provide mock interview training with 1-3 people. If you give us the job specification, we can
develop specific questions relevant to the job. You just need to book an appointment
Although we cannot find you a placement we can help you secure one through opportunities posted on
the LSBU Jobs Board. We run multiple workshops on finding placements and many LSBU schools have
placements built into their curriculum. There are a number of websites promoting placements and
internships, the list can be found under our quick links section . Email email@example.com
or make an appointment
for further assistance. Please note that the Health School placements are managed by the School.
What are the benefits of volunteering?
Volunteering can be a great way to get experience, increase your skills and give back to the
community, which looks great on your CV. do-it.org is a
great website to search for opportunities in your area.