Our aim is to support you in preparing for a world of exciting opportunities when you graduate.
We'll ensure that you can confidently step into the next chapter of your career journey, able to fully evidence your true value and worth to future employers.
We offer tailored support, advice and guidance, working with you to identify your aspirations, your strengths and potential, your lived experiences, talents and passions.
We do this with a menu of co-curricular and work-related activities that develop and nurture the new skills for your future.
While you are studying at MDX, and even after graduating, you are entitled to:
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We recommend booking an appointment if you'd like to discuss your career plans and options in more detail, if you are actively looking for work experience or a placement, internship, or graduate job.
We can give you suggestions on where to look for opportunities in your industry and support with preparing for interviews or assessment centres, including arranging mock interviews to help you practice.
You don't need to always make an appointment to speak to us. We're also available over phone or email.
Get in touch with us for feedback on your application documents, including CVs, cover letters, application forms or similar. We can provide suggestions to help you make improvements and stand out from other applicants.
Get in touch
Tel: 020 8411 6161
We're available Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm
MDXworks.com is our exclusive online career centre.
You can easily sign-up to access thousands of job opportunities, as well as personalised careers and employability resources including CV and Cover Letter templates, tips on interview preparation and networking, how to improve your presence online and much more!
Based on your preferences, you will see relevant events and opportunities through MDXworks and wider.
MDXworks hosts regular pop-up webinars with our employer partners and Faculty Employability Advisers covering a wide range of topics.
We also run two annual careers fairs, including Gradstock festival (autumn term) and CareerConnect (spring term).
You might want to choose to work during your studies to earn a bit of extra money or to gain some work experience.
In either case, you need make sure you know your rights from understanding the legal aspects of being a worker to ensuring you can read your payslip, and where to go to help and support in the work place.
Wherever you are in your career journey, we encourage you to read this information to understand and know your working rights.