Careers Centre

Careers Centre

The Careers Centre at the University of St Andrews works with students and graduates to help them make decisions about their careers and improve their employability. Staff at the Careers Centre build strong relationships with employers in order to increase the number and quality of internships, job vacancies and employer events for St Andrews students.

Services provided by the Careers Centre

The Careers Centre offers support to students in four main areas:

  • Advice regarding potential career paths and personal development, available in person, via the Careers Centre website, on social media and through email.
  • Listings and advertisements for graduate roles, part-time jobs and internships.
  • Events led by both careers advisers and external employers, held in St Andrews and further afield.
  • Resources to ensure that St Andrews students stand out, including an alumni network, information regarding specific and growing career paths, and a range of books, journals and case studies.

Working with the Careers Centre

Employers looking to recruit St Andrews students and graduates have a range of ways to connect with the student body in partnership with the Careers Centre. These include:

  • Advertising vacancies for graduate jobs or internships free of charge online.
  • Connecting with students to raise the awareness of your organisation and meet recruitment targets.
  • Organising recruitment events in St Andrews, including attendance at careers fairs, workshops and presentations.
  • For employers who are unable to visit St Andrews, virtual events to engage with students.
  • The St Andrews internship programme, where employers, alumni, parents and other friends of the University can submit specific or exclusive internships to St Andrews students.
  • Three annual careers fairs: the Law Fair, the Management and Finance careers fair and the Science and Technology careers fair.
  • Support for international employers, including information on how the St Andrews degree classification compares to other systems.
  • Targeted communications and networking events for specific groups of students.
  • Support in accessing and connecting with St Andrews alumni around the world.

For more information about working with the University of St Andrews Careers Centre, please contact Pamela Small, employer liaison coordinator, on, or by calling +44 (0)1334 46 2688. More information can also be found on the employers section of the Careers Centre website.


Pamela Small, employee liaison coordinator

Phone: +44 (0)1334 46 2688