International Students

International Students

Support for International Students from the Careers and Employability Team

Your Careers and Employability Service

Welcome to the University of Kent. We are the Careers and Employability service, our purpose is to support students on their career journey. We are here to provide impartial advice which will help you in your professional development and search for employment. 

Careers Advice

As a service we are here to provide you with impartial careers advice that can help you find future employment. An adviser will not recommend one route to you over another. We are here to help you explore options objectively. 

Students can bring roles to us they are applying for and get 1-2-1 feedback on applications. This can help you succeed within the recruitment process. 

Although we do not actively seek roles for you, we can provide guidance on where to search for roles and how to gain the skills you may need for your chosen career path. Our advisers are all trained experts and are equipped to give you advice you can action to succeed. 

Career Resources

Your careers service is here to support you in looking for employment. We do not actively seek roles for you but there are several platforms we provide which can help you with your search. This includes GoinGlobal and Student Circus. 


120 country and city guides giving you insight into working, studying, and living across the globe. 

Student Circus 

A tool to help international students find Jobs in the UK and in Home countries. 

Welcome to the UK!

It's great you have chosen to study at Kent and we look forward to supporting your career journey. 

The areas of support listed below will allow you to make the most of the Careers and Employability Service at Kent whilst you are studying here. 

Please note: We are not permitted to provide advice on visas or immigration rules. The Kent Union Student Advice Centre at Canterbury and the GK Unions Student Advice Centre at Medway can advise students on visas and immigration matters.