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Whether you've a firm career goal in mind or don't know where to start, this section can help you decide what path is right for you and what steps you need to take next.

A career doesn't just have to mean a job. Other options might include self-employment, volunteering and further study.

Graduate help and advice

Our graduates are shaping the world, achieving things they never imagined - they share their top tips on how to get ahead in the industry and succeed in your chosen career.

Choosing your career

This section contains many useful links to help you identify your strengths, motivations and interests so you can get an idea about what type of jobs may suit you.
Choosing your career >>

Work experience

Undertaking work experience is a great way to find out more about employers, jobs and different careers - while improving your employability.
Work experience and internships >>

Self employed

Self-employment suits self-motivated and well organised students and graduates who value autonomy over their own work.
Setting up your own business/freelancing >>


There are many reasons why people volunteer. Whatever skills and experience you have, there is something that you can do.
Volunteering >>

Further study

The advantages of undertaking postgraduate study are many but must be weighed against practical considerations, including cost.
Further study >>

Careers consultant

We continue to offer 1-to-1 appointments with careers consultants for up to three years after you graduate.
Careers consultant >>