Graduate CV Examples

If you are in your last year of University and are looking for a Graduate position then you need to make sure your CV reflects all the hard work that you have done over the past 3 years (or longer depending on the course) and shows how you would like to put the information you have learnt into practice.

Start by listing all the important parts of your degree and what you will take away with you hopefully into your career and think about how you think you will use these skills and outline what you still need to learn.

Visit the Graduate CV page to know more and excel in your career!

Remember about your own personal qualities and that of what you have learnt at university, such as, time keeping, working to deadlines, working in a group/team etc, all things that you take for granted but are key factors to an employer.

Related: Graduate Cover Letter

Related: Graduate Cover Letter

Below is an example CV that you can tailor to your own course and experiences but gives you an idea as a guide.

Graduate CV Example


Name Surname
Mobile No/Email


I am a hard working and responsible graduate, waiting for a predicted grade of (if you know) in (what subject). I have worked very hard over the past 3/4/5 years to ensure that I learn as much as I could in my career subject choice.

I am very determined and enthusiastic, I believe that I have good time management skills and I am able to work to very tight deadlines when needed. I am organized and enjoy working on my own initiative as well as in a team environment.

I am self motivated and keen to progress in my career. I am willing to learn, train in any area that will be of benefit to my career and my employer.


Date to Date or To Date – JOB TITLE – Where?

In my role as (what job title) – list 2/3 things that you did in this role. My responsibilities include: (this can include part time university jobs, work experience, gap or working year at university etc). What did you do in your work experience or last job?

  • Any customer service skills
  • Any office and computer skills – doing what, detail here
  • Any telephone communication skills
  • More specialized skills – Marketing, engineering, business etc all depending on your degree.


University, College, School – For all include titles/subjects and qualifications.


Computer skills – MS Office, Excel??? Anything relevant, industry specific packages?
Any specific training related to your course that is relevant to this role?


What do you like to do outside of work?


Available on request

Good luck.

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