Brunel Business School students have an excellent resource in a dedicated team of Career Consultants, part of the award winning Placement and Career Centre in Brunel University. Consultants can talk to students about their career options, check applications, give interview advice, and so much more. They help students in their career planning and provide resources and workshops to help them recognise and articulate their skills to employers.
Brunel Business School Careers Consultants can provide advice about the job hunting process, such as feedback on CVs, preparation for interviews and much more. To find out about the services the Careers team offer and how to make an appointment to see your Careers Consultant, please visit the Careers pages.
Calli Amiras, Careers Consultant for Business and Management students says:
“As an international and postgraduate careers consultant, my role is to help international and postgraduate students improve their chances of getting a good job after graduation, either in the UK or internationally. I also specialise in Business & Management general and IT pathways and share economics and Finance.”
Helen Slingsby, the MBA Career Coach explains:
“My role is to help students understand how to tell their own story to employers and potential business partners. If they don’t know who they are, what makes them thrive, where do they want to be, then how can they convince others at, let’s say, a networking event or at an interview for that all important job. I want to help students discover what the MBA can do for them in the UK but also in more buoyant job markets abroad. They need to learn how to create their own luck from the word go.”
Recent Brunel graduates can also get help from the dedicated Careers Consultants for up to two years after graduation though it’s best to get in touch with them sooner rather than later to maximise the help they can give you.
Meeting your Careers Consultant
If you are looking for careers advice and guidance there are two ways that you can talk individually with a Careers Consultant.
Designed for short discussions, 15 minute appointments on a one-to-one basis are available daily, and you can book a time on the day that you would like to see a Consultant. Longer appointments are for more in depth discussions and are booked in advance with the Careers Consultant who is responsible for your course. If you can let them know what you would like to discuss,