Employment Guidance Service

Education, Training and Employment (ETE) guidance service

CARA launched a new ETE guidance service in September 2008, co-funded by the European Refugee Fund.

Eligibility criteria
To be eligible for the ETE Guidance Service you must

We regret that due to our funding, refugees with British citizenship and refugees that came to the UK through family reunion are not currently eligible for this service, although you may still be eligible to apply for a grant.

Travel expenses to interview sessions will be reimbursed.

Aims of the service

What the service offers

Resources

Advice about Effective written Job Applications
Guide for Employers, March 2009
List of Useful Job-searching Websites 2009

Researching your Career Options Within UK Universities
Self Assessment for Specific course form
Video Clips and Self Evaluation tools for Key Skills expected of Graduate Researchers in the UK

Cover Letter website

Contact Details
For further information please contact us by telephone: 0207 021 0880; email: info.cara@lsbu.ac.uk or by post: CARA, London South Bank University Technopark, 90 London Road, London SE1 6LN.