Explore your Options
This section will help you to make a start with your career planning and explore the various options open to you. Some students and recent graduates have a clear idea of their next step after University, others do not. Even if you have studied a subject that links to a particular career, you will still have a range of options to choose from. Here are some suggestions to help you explore your options.
Use this as your starting point if you feel a bit clueless and confused. Take some time to think about yourself, your skills and personal qualities, what you might enjoy and what you have to offer.
Find out about careers
The links below will help you to explore different careers and how to get into them.
Search for your department and read the case studies from recent graduates who describe their career path and provide a realistic insight into the world of work.
Exploring careers will help you to research further the careers that interest you, assess their suitability and understand the different entry routes.
Try e-Mentoring and link up to graduates working in a particular career area.
Careers in law is of interest to law and non-law students who wish to pursue a career in law.
You may have a passion for a particular subject and wish to study it further or you may find that the job that you are interested in requires a vocational qualification. This section describes the different types of postgraduate study, courses available and funding options.
Ever thought about starting your own business or working for yourself? If so there are a range of resources and activities available to support you.
If you want to take a bit of time out, this section will help you to prepare and make the most of it.