The Careers Advisory Service welcomes your feedback and suggestions for ways of improving our facilities and services
The Careers Advisory Service offers advice in good faith on the basis of the best information available to it.
Clients of our service must take responsibility for their own decisions based on such advice.
The Careers Advisory Service, Trinity College Dublin takes no responsibility for the vacancies, competitions, postgraduate courses or funding advertised on behalf of third parties. Please contact individual organisations directly for more information or to apply.
While the Careers Advisory Services endeavours to ensure that the organisations that we advertise on behalf of are legitimate, all candidates have a responsibility to conduct their own background checks before they enter into any contractual arrangements.
Unpaid work experience - If you are thinking of taking up any form of unpaid work experience, it is important to carefully consider how this opportunity will further your personal and/or professional goals and to carry out any necessary financial planning in advance to ensure that you can afford to take this up.
Working overseas - If you are thinking about working overseas we would recommend you check the travel advice about the country or region on the Department of Foreign Affairs website.
Internship Agreement - Vacancies that require a “Convention de Stage” or a “Convenio de Colaboración” can only be signed by Trinity if the full term of the internship takes place within the period when the student is an enrolled student of the College. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you require, and are eligible for, an internship agreement.