Talk to someone who's been there and done that. Talk to someone who's been there and done that.

There's a time in everyone's life when we need to talk to someone who's been there and done that.

In the current climate the UEA Mentoring Programme is offering you the opportunity to speak to someone who has been in your position and can help with those first tricky steps leading up to graduation, and beyond.

A Mentor can demystify the process, build confidence and allow you to gain an understanding of how best to focus your efforts in terms of career planning.

We are currently registering the interest of students on the Mentoring Programme for 2014/15. The programme is open to current undergraduate and postgraduate students. Support  is also available for current students looking to set up their own business and for up to six months after graduation.

** Graduated this summer? Sign up for one-off Insider Insights during June, July and August with the UEA Mentoring Programme, to gain insight from employers and UEA graduates in a field or sector that interests you. Email for further information. **

Current students, please note that there isn't a deadline date for applications for the one-to-one Mentoring relationships pathway. We would encourage you to apply as soon as you can so that these six month relationships can take place before the Assessment period starts.

If you think you could benefit from student mentoring, please read on for further information about the programme, where you can also register your interest.

If you are unsure if this is the programme for you and would like to talk it over, please do get in touch with Kerensa on 01603 597637 or

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Can you help students with those tricky first steps into graduate employment?

We are actively recruiting Mentors for this academic year.

Find out more about being a student mentor.