Advertising vacancies and opportunities

Employers can advertise their opportunities to University of Birmingham students and graduates through Careers Network.

Advertise your graduate and internship opportunities

You can register your organisation Careers Connect and advertise graduate vacancies, placements, and internships by uploading these to our online vacancies and opportunities board, free of charge.

The process is simple and user-friendly. We have a handy Careers Connect user-guide (PDF - 823KB) and a Top Tips on advertising vacancies (PDF - 1.45KB) guide.

Once your organisation has been approved, you will have direct access to update your profile, upload and edit your opportunities at your own convenience.

To further promote your opportunities you can use our e-bulletin service and social media.

Part-time jobs, casual work and volunteering opportunities

For part-time jobs, casual work (up to 16 hours per week) and volunteering opportunities for students, you can advertise through the University’s Guild of Students: Jobs, Skills and Volunteering.

Part-time and casual work: Contact and 0121 415 8960 or visit the Guild of Student’s website for more information.

Volunteering: Contact or visit the Guild of Student’s website for more information.

Vacancy advertising terms and conditions

You must agree to our vacancy advertising terms (PDF - 132KB) before uploading your opportunities. All submissions are first approved by the Employer Relations Team to ensure these terms have been met. We reserve the right to refuse opportunities that are deemed unacceptable for our students.

Careers Connect key definitions

There are lots of terms used in Careers Connect to define our students or opportunities. Some of the key terms are defined below:

  • Graduate – a student who has undertaken a bachelor’s degree (e.g. BA, BSc, BEd)
  • Post Graduate – a student who has undertaken a masters or further study on top of their bachelor’s degree (e.g. MA, MSc, PGCE)
  • Internship – a temporary paid position where a student works as part of your business, both fulfilling a business need and gaining skills through training
  • Placement – a temporary position of up to one year, which forms part of a student’s degree (also known as a year in industry or sandwich year)
  • Volunteering – an unpaid role where students provide a service for a charity or not-for-profit business
  • Work Experience – an unpaid opportunity for students to gain experience of an industry, perhaps through job shadowing. The opportunity should not fulfil a business need

Please contact the Employer Relations Team on, +44 (0)121 415 9026 for further information on advertising graduate vacancies.

For further information on Internships, placements and work experience vacancies, please contact