Part-time work can be a fantastic way to ’earn while you learn’, helping to support you through your studies. It also provides invaluable opportunities to learn and develop new skills, enhance your CV and greatly increase your graduate employment prospects in what is a competitive jobs market.
Unitemps at Middlesex University is part of the University’s MDXworks Employment Hub based on-campus in CG07, College Building. Unitemps provides you with an ideal place to look for paid flexible work both within the University and in the local community.
A part-time job will not only help you support yourself financially, but it will also enhance your CV and employment prospects, showing future employers that you are dedicated and hard-working. For international students who would like to work during term time, the team at Unitemps are familiar with visa restrictions and can advise you on suitable opportunities.
When you register for Unitemps at Middlesex you will receive regular updates and notifications on new opportunities, skills development events and workshops.
Register now at www.unitemps.com
Tel: 020 8411 5151
Employment Rights Guide - whether you are working for Unitemps or externally, you can find advice and support in our Middlesex students employment rights guide
Graduates who have had no previous work experience at all are unlikely to be successful during the selection process for their graduate programmes.
High Fliers: The Graduate Market in 2019
To support students in gaining valuable work experience and skills, we offer a range of rewarding, flexible and enjoyable part-time work opportunities both on and off-campus. All of our part-time jobs can easily be fitted around your studies and holidays.
Roles we will be recruiting for include:
For international students* wanting to work during term time, the Unitemps team is familiar with visa restrictions and can advise you on suitable opportunities.
*International Students: please note: If you do not comply with the conditions of your visa, then the University is legally required to report you to the Home Office under Immigration rules.