Supporting equality and diversity

Equality

The Careers Service is here to support you with your career planning and is fully committed to ensuring that you are all treated equally.

Come and talk to us

If you feel you need support with career planning, for whatever reason, come and speak to a careers adviser, who will offer impartial, confidential advice. You can make an appointment on Career Connect via MUSE, or contact us on 0114 222 0910.

We can see you in the Careers Service or communicate with you via email, telephone, SKYPE or FaceTime.

You can talk to us if you:

  • are worried that you will face discrimination when applying for a job or course
  • suspect you've already suffered discrimination when seeking employment or admission to a course
  • are unsure of your options due to a previous criminal conviction or police caution

Any information that you provide will be treated in the strictest confidence.

Recent graduates

If you graduated within the last three years, you can register on Career Connect to arrange an appointment.

First Generation+ students

Widening Participation

Discover your future

Our 'Discover' website for widening participation students gives you advice about planning your future steps. You can also opt in to receive our regular email bulletin.

Our talks and appointments

We offer 20 minute sessions highlighting the support we offer and how you can make the most of your time at UoS and beyond. We also offer individual appointments to help you with your career plans. Use Career Connect via MUSE to book.

Work Experience Bursaries

First Generation+ students on a full University bursary can apply for money to support vacation work placements. 


The equality issues section of our Information resources, provides links to useful supportive websites.

Targetjobs - Equality and diversity

Targetjobs has developed a series of materials to support equality and diversity.