About Us

About targetjobs

targetjobs (previously TARGETjobs) is the most used graduate jobs website, according to independent High Fliers research, and has been for the last nine years. However, we are not just a graduate jobs website: we are a leading careers platform in the UK for students and graduates. For more than a decade, we’ve been empowering them to make better decisions about their future after university, supporting them on a journey of self-discovery through every stage of their career thinking. We provide:

  • an unrivalled range of graduate scheme , graduate job , internship and work experience vacancies across 22 sectors and counting, alongside postgraduate study opportunities with key education providers.

  • comprehensive, impartial careers advice , taking students through each stage of the job-hunting journey, from deciding what they want to do to making successful applications, impressing at interview and juggling multiple job offers. We offer advice for careers in specific sectors and for to the recruitment processes at big-name employers.

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targetjobs’ partnerships: how we create our advice

The aim of targetjobs’ advice content is to provide objective and impartial information and guidance – it is editorially independent, except where content is labelled as an advertising feature.

As part of this objective, we commission recruiters and industry practitioners (graduate and senior employees) to provide us with their insights. We also work in partnership with other organisations that provide impartial content for students. Currently, these include:

  • The Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services (AGCAS): AGCAS members have written or sourced our teaching content and targetjobs has edited it

  • Student Minds, a student-focused mental health charity

  • MyPlus, an organisation focused on supporting students and graduates with disabilities.

At targetjobs, there is a huge network of careers experts, content creators and learning architects all working together to give students and graduates the best chance of career success. In turn, we are part of and supported by the wider Group GTI network.

About Group GTI, its history, products and services

Group GTI is a leading player in the world of early careers recruitment, with more than three decades of experience in connecting and supporting students, employers and universities. More than 30 years ago, two friends at university were frustrated that they couldn’t find the sector-specific careers advice they were seeking. They decided to create their own in the form of a printed journal and GTI (or Graduates to Industry) was born.

Since then, GTI has far outgrown its publishing roots. We now embody the future of Career Tech, enabling students, employers and careers advisers to achieve their ambitions. We do this through:

  • targetjobs and gradireland, our careers advice and jobs platforms in the UK and Ireland

  • targetconnect, our tech platform for university careers services and student support services

  • our application tracking systems (application form tech) for employers

  • Recruiting Solutions, our recruitment process outsourcing business, which provides employers with end-to-end recruitment support from candidate attraction to onboarding.

  • Cibyl, our student market research consultancy, which helps employers, universities and professional bodies understand the needs and motivations of students and recent graduates.

  • Intern Visa, supporting UK employers to secure work permission for international students

  • With more than 2,000 employer partners, Group GTI is proud to help organisations attract new talent and help students and graduates make informed career decisions.

Group GTI’s mission and vision

GTI’s mission statement: Supporting students with self-discovery, career guidance, skills and finding roles. Helping employers reach and hire. Enabling universities and colleges to deliver world-class careers and student services.

GTI’s values

Driven by purpose

We are student first. We champion all young people at the start of their career journey. We work to be trusted by those that support and hire them including universities, colleges, and employers.

Shine bright

We celebrate excellence within our teams, students, clients, and partners.

Big ambition

We aim high, are action oriented and push ourselves.


We listen, we’re interested and we’re humble. We support and respect each other.

Be the future

We’re innovative, brave and think of new things while delivering well today.

GTI’s equality, diversity, and inclusion policy

GTI is committed to encouraging equality, diversity and inclusion among our team and eliminating unlawful discrimination. The aim is for our team to be truly representative of all sections of society and our customers, and for each person to feel respected and able to give their best.

In providing its services, GTI is also against unlawful discrimination of its customers and the public.

GTI has made a number of commitments towards this aim in its equality, diversity and inclusion policy, which will be published in full shortly. These include:

  1. Encourage inclusion and diversity in the workplace.

  1. Create a working environment free of bullying, harassment, victimisation and unlawful discrimination, promoting dignity and respect for all.

  1. Take seriously complaints of bullying, harassment, victimisation and unlawful discrimination.

  1. Make opportunities for training, development and progress available to all staff, who will be helped and encouraged to develop their full potential.

  1. Make decisions concerning staff based on merit.

  1. Review employment practices and procedures when necessary to ensure fairness.

  1. Monitor the composition of the workforce, with regards to factors such as age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion/belief, and disability, with the aim of improving equality, diversity and inclusion, and in meeting the aims and commitments set out in the equality, diversity and inclusion policy.

Environmental policy

We are committed to minimising the impact of GTI’s business operations on the environment through continual improvement of sustainable practices and by exercising the appropriate control over our activities. GTI has made a number of commitments towards this aim in its environmental policy which will be published shortly. These include:

  1. Continue to improve our environmental performance and incorporate best practice into our business operations.

  1. Minimise waste by evaluating operations and ensuring they are as efficient as possible, incorporating reduction, re-use, and recycling as appropriate.

  1. Continue to measure and reduce our carbon emissions to meet our published targets.

  1. Continue to show our environmental commitment through the partnering and support of The Sustainable Recruitment Alliance.

  1. Actively promote recycling both internally and externally.

  1. Reduce our consumption of resources and improve the effective use of those resources.

  1. Comply with all relevant environmental legislation as well as other environmental requirements that relate to GTI.

  1. Use an accredited programme to offset the greenhouse gas emissions generated by our activities.

GTI’s environmental policy also outlines actions the company plans on taking to make good on these commitments. These include reducing waste, energy consumption and unnecessary business travel while also promoting environmental practices internally.

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