Mentoring

Mentoring is where there is a longer term relationship between a more experienced person (in employment) and a student, to help the latter develop in their understanding of the world of work.

A mentoring relationship is a supportive and confidential and can be offered to a whole student group, or through a more selective process. The level of commitment expected from the mentor can vary widely, for example the number of times they will meet the mentee (if at all), the duration and the scope of the relationship.

‌‌‌The Network is the University of Glasgow's  exclusive online ‌professional networking site for alumni and students.

Our Alumni are an excellent source of mentors, are in 180 countries around the globe with every sector and industry covered. The shared experience can help current students to step on the career ladder through to established alumni wishing to network with peers.‌

 Join The Network to:

  • search by skills, expertise, company and location 
  • send messages to other users
  • network and/or find mentors
  • access a range of resources
  • receive newsletters with up to date information

Alumni - if you are interesting in being a Mentor or are just willing to be contacted by students you can sign up via The Network

Students - are also free to join up

If you are not an Alumni but are interested in Mentoring - please contact the Work-related Learning Opportunities Coordinator