Oxford Brookes University Careers

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Top employers seek out our graduates and Alumni

The school has a dedicated Careers and Work Experience team who offer advice, inform students of employment opportunities and assist with preparation for employment.

One of the most distinctive characteristics of the Oxford School of Hospitality Management is our strong relationships with hospitality, events and tourism organisations. Top employers seek out our graduates and our alumni have successful careers.

The school has a dedicated Careers and Work Experience team. They offer advice, inform students of employment opportunities and assist with preparation for employment.

The work experience module is compulsory for undergraduates and advised for postgraduates who want to develop industry experience. It is a great opportunity to put what you have learnt into practice.

There are many networking opportunities on and off campus. Here you will meet professionals and leading figures in the hospitality industry.

When you start to apply for graduate jobs, you will have access to many employers and support with your search and applications.

Due to some of our course content, many of our students and graduates show interest in pursuing entrepreneurial careers.

Careers

To find out more about our services for students, please visit our how we can help section.

Our services are available to:

  • All full-time and part-time Oxford Brookes undergraduate and postgraduate students;
  • Oxford Brookes graduates for up to three years following graduation.

Statement of service

Our Statement of Service for Students and Graduates (PDF) is up to date and details the service you can expect as a student or graduate using Oxford Brookes Careers.

Careers adheres to the Code of Practice on Guidance of the Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services, which defines the professional principles for careers services in higher education.

We also operate in accordance with the precepts of the UK Quality Code for Higher Education – Chapter B4: Enabling Student Development and Achievement (updated in March 2013).

Any agreement entered into by Careers with any organisation for the purpose of obtaining additional services or resources will not affect the impartiality of Careers.

In line with the various codes of practice under which we operate, all members of staff are trained appropriately for their job and undertake regular further training to update their professional knowledge and skills.