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Additional resources for students at our member colleges
Make use of the resources below to increase your chance of finding and securing a job.
Please note, all resources may not be available to some of the institutions listed. It will be clear if your institution can use the resource when clicking the links below.
> ASSESSMENT CENTRE SIMULATOR
Log onto Assessment Day and experience tests similar to those used by graduate recruiters.
Gain free access to a number of full length, online, timed tests similar to those used by graduate recruiters. These include:
- Verbal Reasoning tests
- Numerical Reasoning
- Inductive Reasoning
- Logical Reasoning
- Diagrammatic Reasoning
- E-Tray Exercise
> INTERVIEW SIMULATOR
Record your answers to some of the most popular and challenging questions set by graduate recruiters in interviews.
The interview simulator will record your answers to popular interview questions in audio or video, and allows you to compare your answers with the ideal responses from the interviewers themselves.
Choose from a bank of questions or let the system randomly select questions for you!
Contact your Careers Centre for a unique access link.
> CAREERS TAGGED
Graduate careers information
7,000+ graduate resources, including labour market information, self-analysis tools and expert advice written by the University of London's Careers Consultants.
> WHAT LONDON GRADUATES DO
Get inspired and help make your career decision
Kick start your career search by seeing what recent graduates are doing now by entering your degree subject to see what jobs other graduates from your degree have gone on to do. You can also search by job titles and industries for more information and what salary you could earn.
Exclusive resource for students looking to live and work abroad
Find out about living and working abroad including country-specific information on things such as writing a CV, interviews, cultural advice and visas/work permits.
Check with your careers service about access to the subscription-based content.
> INFORMATION SHEETS
Exclusive resource for students and recent graduates
Pop into your careers centre to access a wide range of 25 information sheets written by leading career professionals from the University of London and its Colleges. Titles range from 'How to write a CV', 'Assessment centres', 'Unadvertised jobs and internships' and 'Choosing what's next after graduation'.