How We Help You Advance Your Career - Oxbridge Academy

How We Help You Advance Your Career


At Oxbridge Academy, we don’t only help you gain the knowledge and skills that you need to enter the working environment – we also offer you assistance when it comes to finding a job and gaining practical work experience:

You can submit your CV to our partner, Johnson Recruitment Agency

Once you have submitted your CV, Johnson Recruitment Agency will try to match your CV with the vacancies on their database, and will notify you if a suitable position is, or becomes, available. They will also recommend you to an employer if your CV matches the requirements of that employer.
You can submit your CV by going to:


You can learn about job interview techniques by reading through the relevant section in your Success Study Guide.

When you register with Oxbridge Academy, one of the first books you receive is your Success Study Guide. In this Guide, you will find valuable tips and advice on topics such as how to excel in your studies; how to maintain a healthy, balanced lifestyle; and how to approach the job application and job interview processes.

You can contact us for assistance with writing a CV.

Our partner, Johnson Recruitment Agency, offers good rates to Oxbridge Academy students who require assistance with writing professional CVs. To find out more about this service, please give us a call on 021 1100 200, or send an e-mail to

You can sign up for Work Integrated Learning (WIL) or Workplace Based Learning (WBL) opportunities.

If you are looking for an opportunity to gain practical work experience, you can sign up on the Department of Higher Education and Training’s website, and your profile will be matched with a suitable opportunity being offered by an employer in your field of study.

You can sign up for this free service by clicking on the following link:

(Please note that the opportunities you receive through this service are likely to be unpaid opportunities that are merely aimed at helping you to gain valuable work experience that will help you get started with your career.)

You can access career tips by visiting our blog and our online library.

We regularly share useful career tips on our blog and in our Online Library. Click on the following links to find out more:

Online Library:

And if you need any further assistance in getting started with your career, you are always welcome to give our Student Support staff a call on 021 1100 200, or to send an e-mail to