Graduate Recruitment Consultancy

Free, on-campus graduate recruitment service run by University staff

What is the Graduate Recruitment Consultancy?

The Graduate Recruitment Consultancy is a free, on-campus graduate recruitment service available only to final-year students and graduates from the University of Portsmouth.

Based in the Careers and Employability Service, we work with over 3,000 employers from a range of industries in Hampshire and the surrounding areas.

Our consultants will work with you to:

  • identify industries and areas of interest
  • find graduate jobs that match your skillset
  • tailor your CV and applications to roles
  • submit applications on your behalf
  • support you with interview preparation


How to register

To access our support, you will need to complete an online registration form and upload your CV.

Once you have registered, one of our consultants will be in touch to find out more about your interests and the type of work you are looking for.


Our Graduate Recruitment Consultants

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Jane Howe

Student and Graduate Opportunities Manager

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James Courtneidge

Recruitment Consultant

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Lorna McDougall

Recruitment Consultant


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