What support is provided by the careers, employability, and enterprise service?
A distinctive part of Student Success is our sub-team devoted to your future. Our Employability Manager arranges a full calendar of online and on-campus careers fairs, employer and alumni events, and skills sessions. For more 1-1 support with your future, our matrix standard accredited Careers Adviser offers bookable consultations, along with group sessions and powerful self-help resources that can help guide you through making the most out of your time at Writtle University College preparing for future success in study and employment. Additionally, our award-winning Entrepreneur in Residence offers one-to-one and group coaching to give a boost to anyone in the WUC community who is thinking of becoming self-employed or starting a new business venture. The team maintains a vacancies board for job opportunities connected with our HE courses, and a large bank of industry contacts to help you navigate your future.