Find a Job
For whatever type of job opportunity you’re looking for, we have plenty of ways to search and apply. From jobs and internships to voluntary work and placements, based locally or internationally, all databases are free to search and use and are updated regularly. They are a great place to find part-time or full-time work whether it's temporary or permanent you're after, there's a whole range of vacancies from a variety of sectors and employers.
Find your ideal role…
Our dedicated online job site can help you find work whether you’re an undergraduate, graduate or PhD student. Run by our parent body The Careers Group, University of London and updated daily, search from thousands of roles and apply for them directly.
You’ll find many vacancies from employers looking specifically for UCL students and graduates.
Introducing you to employers
Designed to put you directly in touch with small to medium sized organisations, we’ve set up a shortlisting service connecting UCL students and graduates with organisations in a range of industries, including with UCL alumni.
We will actively source temporary, part-time, full-time, internship and permanent opportunities for potential UCL candidates and present applications to employers.
All you need to do upload your CV and a cover letter to be automatically considered for any of the jobs or internships we receive and if you are interested, you can apply for any of these opportunities straight away. The more information you give us about what you’re looking for and what your skills are, the more likely you are to be shortlisted and have your CV put forward.
If you are looking for work to fit around your studies, you can find a job through the UCLU Jobshop which is suited to current students looking for temporary, part-time and seasonal work. You’ll be able to directly apply for roles based on campus or with local employers around London.
Internships can be vital to gaining relevant experience in your chosen career and The Careers Group, University of London has placed over 400 students and graduates in quality paid positions with a range of employers from a range of industries including IT, Engineering and Marketing. You’ll be able to develop technical and professional employability skills and with support and advice available throughout your internship, the scheme has a high potential for permanent employment either with your hosting organisation or elsewhere.
All interns are paid equivalent to the National Minimum Wage and are exempt from paying tax and National Insurance making it a viable option for graduates and students from all backgrounds.
Browse projects through UCLU’s dedicated volunteering service and make a real difference! As a volunteer you’ll pick up diverse skills for your CV and make friends all while giving back to the local community.
You can contribute as much or as little time as you like with a variety of long-term commitments and one-off events on offer. Working with fellow UCL students, there are plenty of personal and professional benefits to getting involved.
A professional recruitment agency run by our parent body The Careers Group, University of London, The Temp Agency works to find students and graduates both temporary to permanent positions with a highly specialised and personalised service. Jobs are being added daily, so you might be working within UoL, UCL or national and international employers.
If you're looking to work at UCL, whether academic or otherwise, visit the UCL Human Resources page where you can view and apply for current vacancies as well as sign-up for email alerts to be updated on new opportunities as soon as they're advertised.
Our staff and Career Professionals from across The Careers Group, University of London
have provided reviews and descriptions of a wide range of job sites and online directories of individual recruiters or recruitment agencies on our online careers resource library - Careers Tagged.
Use search tags such as "job site", "directory", "professional association", "recruitment agency" or tags for any industry areas you are interested in, e.g. "accountancy", "consultancy", "healthcare", "media", "politics", "teaching" etc. to get listings of resources which include current vacancies or will tell you where to find them.
Get regular and customised JobAlert emails and be one of the first to hear about new job vacancies, careers events and fairs, employer information days and much more.
There are plenty of offline services we
provide to help you find suitable vacancies such as hard copy employer directories and sector guides to a wide range of recruitment events such as Fairs and Presentations plus one-to-one support and advice on job hunting. Further details can be found in the Help With... Finding a Job section of our website.
Although many of the job sites above will focus on vacancies based in the UK, if you are looking to pursue a career abroad, our Specialist Support pages on Working Abroad will highlight additional support available for those looking to work globally.
and our parent body The Careers Group, University of London make every effort
to ensure all information on our websites, job sites, emails and publications are
up-to-date and accurate.
However, as we can not verify all information posted, including vacancies, we strongly recommend that you check fully before making any application. Applications are made at your own risk.
Please visit The Careers Group website and read the Code of Practice for jobseekers.