Careers and employability
In the latest available survey, 95% of our graduates were in employment or further study six months after graduation (DLHE 2016/17).
From the public to the private sector, we enable careers in an impressively wide range of fields. Our graduates use their newly-acquired skills in a broad spectrum of jobs, particularly in the media, education and health sectors. While teaching, language-related professions, publishing and public relations are especially popular, graduate destinations, the business and commercial sectors are also well represented.
Focused career support
We offer information, advice and guidance to our students at every stage, delivering a tailored range of careers-related events throughout the year.
Whatever your career ambitions, we can help you to start your journey with our range of focused activities.
Careers and Employability support includes:
- one-to-one sessions by appointment
- CV, application form and interview workshops
- career planning sessions including career options for your Humanities degree
- LinkedIn masterclass
- professional networking events
- professional guest speakers from a wide range of sectors (e.g. publishing, heritage, charity sector)
- work experience placements & advice
- enterprise activities
- current labour market information.
Fostering employability skills
New from 2018 entry, our employability module is designed to foster employability skills that are transferable to a range of professional and graduate careers.
Co-devised and run with Careers and Employability Service, this optional Year Two undergraduate module is tailored to the skills and opportunities your degree is designed to equip you with, and introduces the basics of career building and features a work placement.
Students have the flexibility to arrange a placement of real interest at a time that suits, subject to School approval. Placements or similar training or experiential placement are a minimum of 35 hours.
You can find the Careers and Employability service on Park Place.
The careers adviser for the School is Kirsty Osman. You can book an appointment with Kirsty through your Careers Account.
You can also access a range of interactive learning resources via Your Career Journey online.
Careers and Employability