The Destination of Leavers in Higher Education (DLHE) report showed that since completing their courses in 2016, 95% of University of Suffolk graduates have gone on to employment or further study, highlighting the success that the University has in delivering courses with employment in mind.
At the University of Suffolk, the commitment to careers and employability across the curriculum is an important characteristic of all courses, whether vocational or non-vocational, and there are lots of different ways in which our students work in partnership with professionals to apply their learning and develop their skills. This is why we welcome employers, businesses and organisations to discuss how collaborative opportunities can be mutually beneficial.
The University of Suffolk Careers and Employability service provides students with the information, advice and guidance that they need before, during and after their time at the University. The service supports students and recent graduates to make the most of opportunities and help them take steps towards realising their goals.
In the video below you can watch two University of Suffolk students discussing the importance of being an employable graduate and the opportunities that the University has given to them: