Paid work lasting 6-10 weeks combined with a work-based learning award.
Paid jobs for at least 6 months for those 24 and under.
Unpaid, quality work experience relating to your career goals.
Free training programme and work experience designed to help recent graduates kick start your career.
Comprehensive job search facility dedicated to the Welsh graduate recruitment market.
Training course designed to help you to become a successful freelancer.
A government-backed scheme which has helped almost 6,500 graduates in their search for graduate employment has celebrated ...
I graduated from Lancaster University in the summer of 2012 with a Management and Entrepreneurship degree. Although I had ...
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To take part in GO Wales services you must have an address in Wales and either be studying at a higher education institution, or be a graduate wishing to develop your career in Wales.
If you are currently a student, you must be a citizen of an EU or EEA country (or Switzerland). Graduates who are not citizens of an EU or EEA country should go to the further information page to check eligibility.
Each of our services has its own eligibility requirements. To see these in full please go to the further information page.