Not everyone wants to enter the world of work after leaving university, and if you need advice and guidance on other options, such as further study, self-employment or gap years then the Career Development Centre has the expertise and information to help.
In addition to 1:1 guidance there are opportunities to attend workshops and events, meet employers, use the extensive information resource and search out volunteering, internship, part time and graduate vacancies.
It is never too early to start thinking about, and planning for, your future. There are a world of opportunities and options available, and making informed decisions around career direction is something you will need to do throughout your working life. In a competitive labour market it is sensible to establish a clear career plan to work towards. Using your time at university to gain experience in sectors you might be interested in, to build skills, confidence and networks will give you an advantage when you graduate.
The specialist support and knowledge in choosing the right direction, and what you need to do to achieve it is available in the Career Development Centre.
You can also keep up to speed with the latest news on events, vacancies and information by looking at the Career Development Centre information on Succeeds or by following them on social media.