Contact us

Contact us

For all enquiries and comments, please email esharp@gla.ac.uk.

To submit an article to us, please see our submission guidelines for full details.

As an electronic journal with a widespread editorial board, we are best contacted via email. If necessary, our postal address is:

    eSharp
    College of Arts
    6 University Gardens
    Glasgow
    G12 8QH

If you are a postgraduate at the University of Glasgow and would like to know more about eSharp or would like to know how to get involved, please email esharp@gla.ac.uk with your details and one of the current team will be in touch with you. We are always delighted to welcome new members to our Editorial Board.

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Arts Employability

 

Arts Employability

Improving the employability of the staff and contributors of eSharp is a key aim of eSharp and the University.  At the University of Glasgow there are a number of faculty specific employability sites where students from each faculty can gain help and tips.  These sites are linked beneath.

LBSS Employability Site.