The College has recently developed a Careers Programme Framework to provide support to students throughout the course of their degree in terms of finding, preparing for and securing a future career. The programme offers parallel streams for first year students, middle year students and finalists, as well as running a number of talks and workshops open to all.
Where do I start?
First Year Students
Guidance, support and upcoming careers events for first year undergraduates, postgraduates and Visiting Students.
Middle Year Students
Guidance, support and upcoming careers events for undergraduates and postgraduates in the middle year(s) of their degree.
See a breakdown of the resources, talks, workshops and events on offer from the Careers Service.
Once in place, forthcoming careers event details and registration links will be available on the above year-by-year pages and below.
The Hall’s Hilary Term events commence on Thursday 27 January with a ‘finding internships and other work experience’ talk given by University Careers Services advisor, Dr Fiona Whitehouse.
Thursday 27 January at 16:00 – finding internships and other work experience – Doctorow Suite
The Careers Service offers comprehensive guidance covering all sectors and occupations.