Careers week - technology

Tech-Enhanced Support

We use the latest technology to help our students prepare for the future world of work.

The world of work is changing and we get students hands-on with the latest tech to develop digital skills.

Our approach

We give students the opportunity to try the latest digital tools and technologies. In the Career Studio, students can research industries in Augmented Reality (AR), practice video interviews with elements of Artificial Intelligence (AI) built-in, and take part in virtual work-based experiences.

The first-hand experience of new and emerging technologies gives our students the edge in the increasingly competitive world of graduate recruitment.

AI in recruitment

Our Career Coaches support students throughout the recruitment process. Students get ahead of the competition by practicing virtual interviews and receiving advice and support pre and post-interview. Watch our Coaches in action in this short video.

For more information or to take a practice interview please visit https://go.shortlister.com/marketplace/uniofliverpool 

Immersive technology

You can visit the Career Studio to try our immersive virtual experience. We use VR to bring employers to you, with bespoke virtual office tours and a day-in-the-life of a graduate experiences. We also provide virtual practice scenarios through the #BeFearless app. You can enter different environments, from meeting an employer at a career fair to networking over dinner and even 1:1 in a virtual interview!

The VR we use is immersive and experiential, and getting comfortable with new tech is something we actively encourage our students to do.

Employability platform and app

Handshake is our new employability platform, connecting talent with opportunity.

Join Handshake

We have partnered with Handshake to bring you the best opportunities. Join today and build your profile for access to the University of Liverpool community.

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