On our Career Tools page there are a range of useful tools to support you for a successful career. Check out these resources, to gain useful tips and advice to help you stand out!
Practice a video interview with Interview 360, there are specific interview questions for different subject areas created by Careers+.
You can choose from AI Interviews based on your CV (when you do CV360), Auto generated and you can also create your own.
Get instant feedback and advice on how you performed.
Practice a video interview with Interview 360 here.
The CV360 tool can help you build your CV from scratch, select a template or score your current CV to get instant feedback.
Did you know that when you send your CV to an employer, chances are it will be viewed by a machine called an Applicant Tracking System (ATS). This is your chance to refine and develop your CV using all of the feedback from CV360 so that you can start to showcase a CV to be proud of.
Upload your CV on to CV360 here.
Work step-by-step through each section, with advice at every stage & download an interview-winning CV.
Build your CV now!
Check out our CV builder here.
Cover Letter Builder
Create your cover letter quickly and easily with the Cover Letter Builder. You will also learn more about cover letters, find a selection of examples and gain useful tips and advice.
Start your Cover Letter here.
Assessment Centre Tool
This comprehensive tool explains everything you need to know about assessment centres, the activities you may be assessed on and how to perform.
Have a look at the Assessment Centre Tool here.
Jobs and Opportunities
A range of job searching tools and online platforms to search for placements, internships, part-time jobs, graduate-level jobs and other opportunities on our Careers+ website.
Visit careersplus.bcu.ac.uk to find out more and to book an appointment.
Explore Careers+ Jobs and Opportunities here.
Whether you are beginning your career, have many years of experience or are unsure of your career direction, reflecting on your motivations, preferences, values and working style can be useful when considering your current role and desired career path.
Try out a Career Assessment here.
Need some ideas for your future? Career Pathways can help you discover what you could do and how you could get there.
Discover Career Pathways here.
View our Careers Tools page here.