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I have forgotten my password and am unable to change it without entering my previous password.

  1. Log out from the website completely and close all browser tabs which have loaded
  2. Open up a new browser tab and request a new password:
    • Visit
    • Click on the ‘Sign in’ link in the top right corner
    • Click on the ‘Request new password’ tab
    • Enter the email address you used to register on the website
    • Click on the ‘E-mail new password’ button
  3. Check your inbox and find the password reset email from (it may take a few minutes)
    • Make sure you check all inbox tabs if you are using Gmail
    • If you still can’t find it, check your ‘Spam’ or ‘Junk’ folder
  4. Copy and paste the password reset link from the email in the address bar of your browser and hit enter (use the browser from step 1 to avoid your default browser saved authentication)
  5. Click on the ‘Log in’ button (please note this can only be used once)
  6. Type in your new password in the ‘Password field’
  7. Confirm your new password by typing it again in the ‘Confirm password’ field
  8. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on the ‘Save changes’ button
  9. The page will reload and you can now continue using the website as normal. Use the new password to login in the future

I would like to delete my account.

Please send your last email from TARGETjobs to, we will be able to remove your account. Please allow 1-2 working days for this change to take effect.

I don't remember registering.

There are many ways through which we register people. If you haven’t signed up via our website or at a careers fair or freshers’ fair, it may be that you are signed up after completing some research through trendence, or it could be through one of our carefully-selected partners. Rest assured that we never acquire data without the users’ consent.

I would like to advertise a job on your website.

Please call 01491 826 262 and ask to speak to a member of the sales team.

I would like to invite you to an event.

Please call 01491 828 925 and speak to a member of the marketing team.

We are looking for sponsorship for our event/society.

Please call 01491 828 925 and speak to a member of the marketing team.

Can you check my CV?

While we cannot give feedback on individual CVs, we have a lot of advice on how to write a great CV and covering letter here: Applications and CVs.

Can you send me some publications?

We distribute all of our publications to university careers services and also at careers fairs. If you are unable to obtain a copy this way, you will find all of our publications available for download online: Careers products.

What happens if I get a 2.?

Please click on the link below for more information on job searching when you have a 2.:2, including a list of companies (by sector) who employ graduates with a 2.2 or less: How to job hunt if you get a 2.2 when you graduate.

Can you help me get a part-time job?

While we sometimes advertise ad hoc work, our main offerings for students are internships and placements. That said, we have a lot of useful advice, which can help with your CV and help prepare you for any interviews you are offered: Careers advice.

If you would like to receive emails with job alerts for internships and placements, as well as occasional ad hoc shifts, please register via this link: Register.

I didn't study in the UK, can I still register?

In terms of Institution, there is an option to select ‘Other’ if yours does not appear in the list. Please rest assured that this is mainly for our reference, so will not determine the job alerts you receive from us.

Do you provide working visas?

Please see the link below for further information on visas for working within the UK: Visas and permits for international students.

I want to work abroad, can you help me?

If you are interested in working abroad, please check out our advice on the page below. We also have advice on working within specific countries, which may be of interest to you. Working abroad.

Can you give me a job at GTI?

We advertise our own jobs on our website and, depending on which sectors you have said you are interested in, you will receive the relevant ones. In order to receive emails with targeted job alerts, please register via this link: Register.

You can also find out more about Group GTI here: Group GTI hub.

Your advice content is labelled as being ‘supported by’ an organisation. What does this mean?

The aim of TARGETjobs’ advice content in general is to provide objective and impartial information and guidance in order to help students and graduates make the best decisions about their future. If our content features a ‘supported by’ label, it describes editorially independent and objective content, written and edited by the TARGETjobs content team, with which the organisation would like to be associated and has provided some funding in order to be so. Any external contributors featuring in the article are independent from the supporter organisation and contributions are in line with our non-advertorial policy.

Your advice content is labelled as an ‘advertising feature’. What does this mean?

While the aim of TARGETjobs’ advice content remains in general to provide objective and impartial information and guidance, if the content is labelled as an ‘advertising feature’ it is content that has been written and edited in close collaboration with the organisation featured, who has funded the piece of content; it is advertising. The content will have been written by TARGETjobs’ content team, but the organisation will have had input into the messaging, provided knowledge and contributors, and approved the content.

How do I cite content from TARGETjobs?

We sometimes receive enquiries from students who wish to cite content from the TARGETjobs website in their academic work.

We’re delighted to provide authoritative and useful information. If you would like to cite content from TARGETjobs, please check your university or academic institution’s citation guidelines carefully.

Where no date is displayed on the webpage you wish to cite, it is standard to include the phrase [no date] or [nd] in the reference. You may also be expected to include the date that you accessed the material.

Where content is produced by an organisation such as GTI Media, the publisher of TARGETjobs, it is usual to treat the organisation as a corporate author and include the name of the organisation rather than an individual author.

Our teaching advice section includes some content which is provided through a content partnership with AGCAS, the Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services, and you will see this clearly stated on the relevant articles. On these articles, you’ll find the author’s name at the end of the article along with the ACGAS logo.

You can find out more about the copyright of content on TARGETjobs and other GTI Media websites from our terms and conditions of use for students.