The Careers & Employability Service needs your feedback to continue to give you excellent careers support. We are taking part in the Trendence survey, one of the UK’s largest student surveys about careers aspirations. Trendence UK is providing our service with careers reports which will tell us how satisfied you are with your careers support and the university experience. As well as which employers you aspire to work for and which events you find the most effective.
This year, in particular, it is crucial you provide your feedback on how you would like to access careers information. Take the survey, and you will be giving us valuable feedback on how we can tailor our services to best suit you.
In return for your help, Trendence is giving away…
- a £100 Amazon gift card (given away every week – 14 to give away)
- a pair of Apple AirPods (two given away)
- a £500 gift card! Choose from options such as ASOS, Uber, Argos, Amazon, John Lewis, GAME, JD Sports and M&S (two given away)
Tell us what you think of your university course, which employers you like, and how you’re feeling about your future career. Trendence UK will continue to use the results to put together research reports to help universities and employers across the UK, so they know how to support your career journey.
It only takes 15 minutes (and you can take it on your mobile!)
Take the survey now: http://sgiz.eu/s3/careerservice
Would you like to know more about Trendence? Here’s some extra information:
The Trendence Graduate study is the UK’s most comprehensive piece of research into students’ views on graduate careers and recruitment: over 74,000 UK students took part last year. Trendence also powers The UK 300, so ranking your favourite employers is a great way to influence their status in the publication.
Trendence is an excellent tool for helping students to think about graduate careers: the questions require you to rank employers in a variety of ways, helping you to think laterally about your career options and why you like, or don’t like, certain companies.