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Careers and Employability

Khalil Madovi, CSM. Photo Alys Tomlinson

Careers and Employability empowers UAL students and graduates to make a living doing what they love and strives to support those underrepresented in the creative industries.

We believe that everyone should be able to achieve their creative ambitions, regardless of their background or circumstance. Working collaboratively with UAL courses, we enhance students’ employability and creative attributes through experiential learning and access to industry.

Careers and Employability is committed to teaching, learning and assessment that enhances and recognises our students' employability, individuality and entrepreneurship. We bridge disciplines and promote cross-college collaboration in order to contribute toward a vision for enterprise and employability across the University.

The curriculum is designed to develop the career aspirations, professional awareness and entrepreneurship of our students and graduates; both for the creative and cultural sector and beyond.

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Supporting the curriculum

Programmes and resources to support you to develop and embed enterprise and employability learning in the curriculum.

Student having a CV check at Chelsea College
CV Checks at Chelsea College of Arts. Photo by Damian Griffiths.

Key careers and employability contacts

Find the staff who support enterprise and employability across the Colleges.

Students in a workshop
Student workshop during Graduate Futures Week 2018. Photo by Damian Griffiths.

Programmes that support your students

Read about the range of services that Careers and Employability provides for UAL students and graduates.

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Creative Attributes Framework

Help your students to develop the wide-ranging qualities, experience and behaviours needed to prepare them for the future.