The careers management service aims to assist students and graduates at Oxford College of Business to make informed career choices by providing a professional, high quality careers guidance and information service for students and recent graduates. Oxford College of Business work closely with employers and academic to support students by developing the skills they need to maximize their employability.
The career management service is here to support your career planning in a number of ways including:
We do this by offering opportunities to develop skills and gain experiences which will enable you to manage your future career development and achieve your goals. We can also help you find job opportunities as Oxford College of Business work with various head hunters.
Through OCB’s career management system, you can submit your qualifications and interests to prospective employers. You can also receive updates about job postings available and apply for positions and schedule interviews.
Oxford College of Business’s career management center provides multiple avenues for past and present students of Oxford College of Business to connect with potential employers and build the relationships that lead to professional opportunities. These include:
Oxford College of Business’s career services help you position yourself for success in the dynamic marketplace.
Learn how to create a CV that will enhance your chance of progressing through the application process. Workshops last for approx. 40mins.
When: Semester Time Only
Venue: Oxford College of Business
The Careers Service at Oxford College of Business operates a Quick Query Services on a drop-in basis.
This service takes the form of an individual session with a member of the Careers team, which normally lasts around 10 minutes, and is suitable for those who have a brief careers related query. You can use the service to get advice on CVs, application forms, covering letters and personal statements, as well as tips on how to prepare for interviews or assessment centers.
If the issues you raise need a longer discussion, the member of staff dealing with you will be happy to arrange this for you.No booking is required – advice using the Quick Query Service is provided on a first come, first served basis.
Most students will have the opportunity to get careers information and advice from careers talks that take place in the classroom.
Class-based seminars and workshops cover a wide variety of careers related topics including, Professional Development Planning, Making a Career Choice, Effective Job Searching and CVs, Applications and Interviews
It is very much in your interest to attend as many of these careers sessions as possible.