The University’s Careers consultants can offer expert guidance and support in the following areas:
- Job Application Process
- Cover Letters
- Interview Practice and Preparation
- Your LinkedIn Profile
Book an appointment via CareersLink for one-to-one support or have an informal chat with a member of the Careers team via their online web chat between 4pm – 12pm, SGT (9am – 5pm, UK Time).
Web Chat Link: https://www.careers.manchester.ac.uk/services/talktous/
Attend one of the University’s many online or face-to-face workshops supported by the Centre to build your employability skills and receive valuable feedback from our Careers consultants.
Website Link: https://mbs-csm.symplicity.com/students/
Mobile App: Download “Careers by Symplicity”
Once you have received a notification that you are able to assess the Careers Platform, please use your student ID number as your username and AMBS1234 as your password.
You can then update your password via ‘My Account’.
With many transitioning to remote working in recent times, the University has been partnering with careers portal as well as regularly updating our own online resources to ensure that up-to-date information is always available for those who need it.
Website Link: https://www.mba-exchange.com/
Access MBA-Exchange to:
- Identify the right career opportunities
- Gain access to the only global job board dedicated to MBA students and alumni
- Filter your search based on desired location(s), job area(s) of interest
- Read insightful articles and contributions for MBAs and more.
Contact us for exclusive insider access to MBA-Exchange.
The Alliance Manchester Business School has partnered with Passport Career to help you navigate employment opportunities globally. On this site, you may find extensive resources, guidance, strategies, webinars and more tools to help you advance your career.
Get in touch with us to gain access to the full suite of resources available on Passport Career.
The University of Manchester Careers Service
The Careers Service also has many e-resources that are relevant to students and alumni in the region. Some notable topics include:
- Online Training Resources to Boost Your Employability
- What is LinkedIn and How to Use it
- Writing a CV/Resume
- Getting Ready for Your Video Interview
You may also have a read of the Careers Service blog which contains a wealth of information on career planning or check out our extensive international alumni networks to connect with other international students and alumni working around the world.
Email us to find out more.