Part-time Work

The Advice Team is a professional service always here to help you resolve your problems.

As well as providing extra cash while you study, paid work paid work experience will also contribute towards your CV and make you more attractive to future employers



Take precautions whilst looking for jobs online, to avoid falling victim to scammers. Figures say that the most defrauded job-seekers were between the ages of 18 and 25 when job hunting online. Here are some top tips to avoid being scammed.

If you're an international student you need to make sure you've got permission to work.



The University Careers+ service is not just about graduate jobs. Their online jobs portal also has part-time and voluntary positions. Careers+ can also help you with the following:

  • Career options and planning 
  • Job search
  • Work experience, placements and internships
  • CV help


Jobs on campus

If you want the convenience of working part-time for the university while you study try OpportUNIty, the Student Jobs on Campus Scheme.

Jobs with the BCU Student Recruitment Team such as Ambassador roles can be found here.



BCUSU employ our students in a variety of roles. See our current vacancies.


Other job sites

There are lots of job sites to choose from but some of the most popular are:



CV Library




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