Careers and Employability empowers UAL students and graduates to make a living doing what they love.
We offer practical events, mentoring, funding, advice and temporary work to support UAL students and graduates with their freelance work, creative practice, business or career.
- One-to-one advice
- Job opportunities and paid internships
- Student-led initiatives
- Opportunities to showcase and exhibit work
Support is free and accessible to all of our students and graduates (up to 5 years after graduation).
You can email us with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Starting a Creative Business: International Graduate Insights
On Monday 8 November, Careers and Employability hosted a talk as part of Global Enterprise Week. Starting a Creative Business: International Graduate Insights was one of the first events. It featured three UAL graduates from the Creative Business
not just a shop presents: Creative companies with a conscience
On Tuesday 9 November, Careers and Employability hosted an online event - ‘not just a shop presents: Creative companies with a conscience’. The event featured University of the Arts alumni and was part of Global Enterprise Week. The speakers,
Change for Good: Using Values to generate ideas for Social Enterprise
What is a social enterprise? On Friday 12 November, Careers and Employability organised an online workshop facilitated by Enterprise and Events Manager Vicky Fabbri and the Deputy Head, Tessa Read. The session aimed to provide the opportunity for an
Client Focus: TJ's experience with Built by Us
Built By Us is an award-winning built environment team. We caught up with TJ to find out more about his experience with Built By Us and how Arts Temps has helped develop his international career.