Accessibility statement

Student and alumni groups

postgrads outside Berrick Saul building

Some careers information is only relevant to specific groups of students. However, this should be used in conjunction with information on the rest of the Careers and Placements website.

Our careers consultants provide professional, impartial and confidential careers advice specific to your situation.  Our York Futures Scholarship programme is designed to enable all students to take full advantage of the many personal and professional development opportunities available to them, and has supported many students identifying with some of the groups listed below.

Service use eligibility

Only current students and graduates of the University have full access to our services. Exceptions to this include graduate access to appointments at busy periods, when priority will be given to current students. If you are currently studying at another university, you should use its careers service.

Graduates of other institutions have limited access for up to three years after graduation (first/undergraduate degree). Appointment availability is subject to demand from current students, who will receive priority.

Access is unavailable to University staff and members of the public, unless they meet the above criteria (ie are graduates of York or a recent graduate of another university).