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Careers-fair in St Marys University College

Careers Service

‘Get the information that is right for you’

Welcome to our careers portal


A careers service for all College students is provided by the Employability and Placement Officer, Michelle Di Lucia.

The dedicated service has four strands and in addition, careers-related information  is provided through some courses in the respective degree programmes, especially in Liberal Arts.

The BA (Hons) Liberal Arts degree programme is unique at St Mary’s as it does not have a career specific focus. It provides students with the opportunity to be competitive in the labour market in a wide range of graduate jobs through an emphasis on employability skills.

Careers advice and guidance for student teachers is provided in the form of training for job applications.


Student using laptop during a careers meeting

The Service

The four strands of the dedicated careers service combine to support students to get the information that is right for them.

1. Individual consultations at the Careers Resource Centre (located in Student Services) can be arranged by booking an appointment.
Please email Michelle ( to arrange a time.
2. Group presentations on career options and their skill requirements, including inputs from external speakers.
3. Careers Fairs which connect students to a wide range of postgraduate study providers and employers including some from abroad.
4. Information on careers provided by organisations in an audio-visual format. Click on any of the cards below to find out more information.


BA student liaising with Careers Officer


Click on any of the cards to view their information / presentations.

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Supporting Learning – ECT Getting Started

Videos on this platform for ECTs embarking on induction

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Education Authority

Links to getting started on induction as an ECT

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Teach Around the Globe with Anzuk

Are you looking for travel and teaching opportunities


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Northern Schools Trust

We are a charitable trust that works to transform the lives of children and young people through education.


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Engage Education

Welcome to the fastest-growing database of teaching, SEND, support and leadership positions for teachers and education professionals. Click below to view our latest information document


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Listen to members of the Outwood Family talk about why you should choose to work at Outwood!


NASUWT Student Hub

We are also offering a free professional development opportunity for all current final year students.  The half day seminar includes; Understanding Induction/EPD1/EPD2 – delivered by Maxine Judge from the EA

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NASUWT – Why Student Teachers Should Join

As a student, you get FREE membership of the NASUWT, the teachers’ union, throughout your training and it comes with a host of other benefits.

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St. James's Catholic Primary School, Twickenham

Our school motto is ‘Put out into the deep’ and this is evident in everything we do. We are highly ambitious and strive to be the best.

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Aquinas Education

Hundreds of live jobs in education across the UK

We are recruiting for teachers, TA’s, Senior Leaders and every type of job in education.

You can search in your own area with just one click.

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Comhairle na Gaelscolaíochta

Comhairle na Gaelscolaíochta was set up in 2000 by the Department of Education with the following aims:

  1. To promote, facilitate and encourage Irish-medium Education and Irish-medium schools;         
  2. To do this in a planned, educationally efficient and cost-effective way.
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Council for Catholic Maintained Schools (CCMS) is the advocate for the Catholic Maintained schools sector in Northern Ireland

Newton Group for Recruitment

Newton Schools pride ourselves on being ‘an international
community of learners striving for excellence and celebrating
success’. This is evident from the huge variety of nationalities
within the staff community and families in our schools.